How Bookkeeping Can Lower the Cost of Running Your Business

Owning a business and operating a business are not the same thing. Sure, your name may be on the business registration form, and you may be the one to whom employees report, however, your business cannot succeed without effective bookkeeping know-how. Even if you have plentiful capital at your disposal or if you have hundreds of customers, this holds true. It’s especially true if you aim to handle the financial aspects of your business on your own.

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Alejandro Tavera
Bookkeeping 101 - All You Need to Know About Inventory Transactions

When it comes to checking inventory, it is crucial that you be as accurate as possible with all the details. The slightest misinformation could lead to a loss of profits, on top of additional fees that you may be charged for when it comes time to file for taxes. Therefore, keeping track of your inventory transaction should always be your priority. In this article, we’ll talk about how you can use bookkeeping techniques to minimize errors and failures when it comes to inventory transactions.

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Alejandro Tavera
Totally Booked - Choosing Between Single and Double-Entry Bookkeeping For Your Business

Bookkeeping is one of the most important parts of every business. A good bookkeeping system is necessary to help keep track of financial transactions and other important financial documents, all of which are essential to the survival of your business. Even if finance is not your strong suit, you still must make certain decisions in order to set up a good accounting system for your company.

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Alejandro Tavera
Why Your Business Needs Profit & Loss Statements

Reaching your revenue goal for the period may feel like an achievement, but is it enough to indicate that your business is doing well? The answer is no. You still need to work out the profit and loss of the business in order to see if there’s anything you should be worried about. Before you take any action, it is important that you truly understand what a profit and loss (P&L) statement is, and how to analyze it.

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Alejandro Tavera
4 Things To Consider When Hiring A QuickBooks ProAdvisor

If you’ve just launched a new startup, chances are that your method of tracking your financial accounts is a spreadsheet document with a basic accounting template on it. However, as the business grows and you begin to expand to e-commerce and other channels, the rapid movement of money from one account into another will be too much for a simple spreadsheet to track. You will need a more advanced system to record payments, orders, and other business-related things. This is what QuickBooks allows you to do.

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Alejandro Tavera
Deciding Between Bookkeepers or Accountants

When it comes to the financial upkeep of your business, the lines can be a little blurred when you need to decide between an accountant or a bookkeeper. Since either of them will use cloud accounting software, the one that you choose will depend on what your needs are.

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Alejandro Tavera