Ep 154: Marilyn Parham of The Bottom Line

Marilyn ParhamMarilyn Parham is a CPA and founder of The Bottom Line Accounting firm. In service for more than 18 years and going strong, at The Bottom Line they believe every online business entrepreneur should have a CPA in their corner as they start, grow, and build their dreams.

With a variety of ways to partner up, they help their clients protect, strengthen, and grow their business – and their Bottom Line!

They are ready to change the conversation on how entrepreneurs view accountants and online business accounting, by bringing you real-world services and expert business accounting support. CPA accounting + bookkeeping is for every online business owner on any budget.

Inside This Episode

  • Motivational Quote

"Do to others as you want them to do to you." - BizChix.com

  • Must Read Book

Good To Great by Jim Collins - BizChix.com

  • Productivity Tool/Tip
    • Project Maintenance
      • Teamwork – the most powerful & yet simple way to manage your projects & team
    • Accounting
      • Xero – cloud-based accounting software
      • ReceiptBank – app for capturing, storing and pushing your business receipts/invoices into your accounting system
      • Hubdoc – app that you set up to pull all your statements automatically into one central storage
  • Connect with Marilyn

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  1. Shannon

    Thank you so much for Episode #154 with Marilyn Parham. I am a Professional Accountant in Canada and I am about 2 weeks away from launching my own online accounting firm. Listening to it really got me fired up and I will definitely listen to it again. It was great to hear Marilyn’s recommended resources and processes and how she slowly built up her firm.

    Thanks Again!

  2. Great episode! Some great tips and I love the business model. I continue to be amazed by the various business models out there.

    One concern I’ve always had with mileage apps that recorded off the GPS mileage was whether it satisfied the IRS logging requirements. (IRS documentation can be found here – http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p463.pdf) which seem to imply a starting and ending odometer reading.

    Thanks again!

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