Sitting in Montana looking at weekend temps in the triple digits I felt it was appropriate to write this post. Thankfully over the next two weeks I will be surrounded by cold water; first at the in-laws lake cabin and then on a five day river trip on the legendary Smith river. Early July is a time to kick back for the holidays and stay cool. However, the dog days of summer is also a great time for a bookkeeping tune up (I know fun huh?). The year is half over and it's a good time to see where you are at financially, make key decisions and business pivots, and finish the year strong. Here is what I recommend for a mid-summer bookkeeping tune up.