Welcome to Vanderbilt
We are Monterey County's most innovative accounting and consulting firm, serving Carmel, Monterey, Salinas, and the greater Monterey Peninsula. Our team specializes in what matters to you most: value. We prepare returns and financials, sure, but we also provide guidance, and can keep your company's accounting system in top-notch order. We work hard so you can breathe easily. Our expertise is in individual tax, consulting and business services.
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We're located at 200 Clock Tower Place (Suite B-100) in Carmel near the Barnyard shopping center. Stop by, grab a cup of coffee, and say hello!
What We're Reading
August 1, 2016
7 WAYS TO SAY NO WITHOUT MAKING PEOPLE MAD
Rejecting other people’s ideas at work can create resentment and eventually damage your reputation with your colleagues. This post looks at constructive ways to move forward when you don’t believe a particular course of action will work.
July 5, 2016
3 REASONS EVERY WEEKEND SHOULD BE A LONG WEEKEND
Three-day weekends are what summer is all about. We need those extra hours for traveling farther, grilling longer and taking in more sunsets. But did you know that the time-honored tradition is also good for your health? Here’s your cheat sheet for convincing your boss to extend the goodness of the three-day weekend all year long.
June 6, 2016
THE ARGUMENT FOR SHARING PASSWORDS WITH A LOVED ONE
In the UK’s Saturday Guardian, Adam Golightly writes an anonymous column (“Widower of the Parish”) recounting his challenges each week as a new widower and father to two children, since his wife Helen died in early April. This week, he faced another apparently small, but in experience huge, problem. The one of passwords.
October 1, 2015
SOCIAL MEDIA: BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU ‘LIKE’
You’ve probably seen that posting a disclaimer on your Facebook page protecting your copyright does no good, yet did you know liking things has legal ramifications?
May 8, 2015
FROM PASSION TO PROFIT:
HOW TO MAKE MONEY DOING
WHAT YOU LOVE
These people used technology to turn their passions into careers. Here’s what they learned along the way.
NOVEMBER 23, 2014
SOMETIMES BEING WRONG CAN BE MORE VALUABLE THAN BEING RIGHT
This post by Greg Satell at DigitalTonto turns the stigma of failure into a positive and provides some historical facts as to how success and failure are very much intertwined.