Collins & Ganley is committed to helping you achieve financial success within your technology services firm. Our skilled professionals have years of experience in providing tax, accounting, and payroll services to IT professionals. Our trained staff understands the challenges your industry faces, such as NEXUS issues and revenue recognition related to bundling hardware/software and longstanding license contracts—which makes us the right choice to fill the role of your trusted advisor.
We provide personal service throughout the year that is responsive to your needs and delivered collaboratively. Because solid financial reporting is critical to a well-run business, we supply you with comprehensive monthly financials along with insightful feedback—breaking down complex data into practical terms to aid you in making informed decisions. Through careful planning, analysis, and our experience with best practices for SaaS, hardware, software and cloud computing technology firms, we can personalize a financial plan that keeps you on track to fiscal stability and long-term prosperity.
BOSS is the answer to your back office headaches. Our cloud-based solution enables you to hand complex accounting tasks over to us. We work the numbers while providing you 24/7 access to your data—and all at a fixed, affordable monthly fee.
When you are super busy running a business, it can be easy to let customer appreciation slide to the bottom of your long to-do list. The problem is, if you don’t show your customers love on a regular basis, they’re going to feel neglected, which can put their continued loyalty at risk.
With the occurrence of cybercrimes affecting businesses increasing daily, many companies are looking for outside expertise to help them mitigate their risks. If your company has never engaged a cybersecurity professional before, you may be unsure of what to look for. The IRS suggests businesses use the following four steps when evaluating and selecting a cybersecurity...
Even if you are not a New Year’s resolution maker, it’s likely that at some point in your life you’ll want to adopt healthier or more productive habits. When you do want to make a change for the better, consider trying the following tips from lifehack.org to increase your chances of making your new good habits stick: