April Bits & Pieces


Daniel Kraus is Director of Daniel Cares, LLC providing home care to the elderly and those needing assistance recovering from accidents and hospital stays.

Initially he ran the business and managed his employees from home.

  How SCORE helped : SCORE client from start-up to well-established. Co-counseling implemented.
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Accountants Versus Bookkeepers - What You Should Know


As a small business, managing your finances is no small task. Since  one  of the 

main  reasons businesses fail is due to poor cash flow  management, it's also 

why you need help.

Bookkeeping Basics: What Your Small Business Should Have in Place

What bookkeeping services should your business have? 

The easy answer: all of them.

Upcoming  Workshops 
Simple Steps For Starting Your Business - Session 1  

April 10, 2018 - 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. - Fairfield Library
For those who have an idea about starting a business but don't know where to start, or those with a new business struggling to grow, this free, five-part workshop series conducted by a team of professionals from SCORE's Fairfield chapter will provide a solid foundation for your business to grow and thrive.

Using QuickBooks Online

April 12, 2018 -  6:00 p.m.- 8:00 p.m. - Greenwich Library - Meeting Room 
This workshop will help you decide if QuickBooks Online is right for you, and which level to choose. Get the basics of QuickBooks Online.

Using Video to Market Your Business 

April 26, 2018 - 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. - Ferguson Library
In the ever-growing world of social media, video has become a huge tool in helping people and businesses connect with their audiences. Video can be a great way to gain brand awareness and convert viewers into clients. It all starts with knowing which types of videos can best suit you or your business.

In 2016 our chapter started 846 new businesses and created 705 non-owner jobs (independently verified).  We are very proud of our track record and accomplishments and welcome you to take advantage of our services at your convenience.  

We would also encourage you to volunteer with us and help continue the mission of being America's top small business advocates.  The leaders of our Chapter are committed to maintaining the highest standards and performing for our clients at the highest possible level.

 SCORE Fairfield County