The Process of Thought

Frederick J. Sitzberger We are approaching the tax season. This is the happiest time of the year for us. We have the pleasure of experiencing the positive consequences of proper tax planning for our clients. As previously mentioned, we believe our banker is our best...

The Handcuff

Frederick J. Sitzberger Has it ever happened to you? The handcuff is a situation where someone else thinks they have you in the box unable to make any other decision but what they want. For instance, the employee says, “give me a raise or I will quit.” If...

The Firing

Frederick J. Sitzberger It is an uncomfortable situation when we, as business owners, have to let someone go. I have been let go a few times, once for economic and once for personality. Looking back, these were some of my best experiences and they can be for the...

Your Banker is Your Best Friend

Frederick J. Sitzberger Yes, as crazy as it might sound – especially now – your banker is your best friend, and understanding their tools helps us become more successful business people. The line-of-credit is a short term credit facility. It should be paid...

The Work Around

Frederick J. Sitzberger In a recent conversation with a client, we were talking about a particular problem that occurred in his business. The discussion evolved where the situation was normal in any business. Most problems, which are normal, should not be considered...

Your Company’s Support Team

We are a business accounting and advising firm that is highly focused on personal service. Our strengths are our people, our expertise and individual attention. At Sitzberger, Hau & Company S.C., we work as an extension of your company – your success is our...

Sitzberger Named Business Person of The Year

Frederick J. Sitzberger, CPA, CVA (BBA Accounting) received the Business Person of the Year award from the Brookfield Chamber of Commerce. Annually, a business person is recognized for their business growth, commitment to the community and leadership of civic...

The Core of Success

The accounting profession is changing rapidly. I use to wonder how we could ever compete against the larger firms who offer so much more than we do such as computer consulting, human resources, executive search, etc. We compete quite well. My thoughts always come back...