Bookkeeping only gets easier as technology does, as more and more relevant software is released. Many accounting departments hire under qualified accountants and bookkeepers. Software like this has revolutionized how bookkeeping is done in our modern world. Instead, why not hire an accountant or a specialist in this particular software? Maybe it’s time to look into hiring a QuickBooks Consultant. Here are some tips that might mean that you need one more than you think.Read More
There’s a difference between owning a successful business and actually running one. Even if you have huge amounts of capital and plenty of regular customers, your business won’t thrive if you don’t have effective bookkeeping skills if you intend to run the financial side of things by yourself.Read More
Not to sound greedy, but money is everything when it comes to business. Big or small, entrepreneur or corporation, money keeps the wheels turning, the doors open, and the lights on. Cash is king! That’s why managing it may be the single most important thing you have to do. Accurate accounts payable and receivable is essential to the success of any business.
But, you can’t just live in the present. Money going out and coming in is great, but what about the future? What do you expect to pay in the next year, and how do you plan to get it back?Read More
Small business owners do everything under the sun to keep their business rolling along. I’ve seen one business owner who’s also the company’s social media coordinator, accountant, human resources department, and sales representative while still attending high level meetings.
I’ve seen it, and I’ve lived it. Starting my own business three years ago, I was, and in many ways still am, a one woman band. It’s the toughest, most rewarding thing I’ve ever experienced.Read More
There’s still a ton of pushback in the accounting space when it comes to change.
With cloud accounting and online services leading the way, and legacy firms taking on roles and responsibilities far from punching numbers, it’s hard to see how anyone could be offline.
But surprisingly, a lot of accountants, bookkeepers, and even firms are.
I have some experience with this. My first introduction to bookkeeping and accounting wasn’t online, but with QuickBooks desktop.Read More
One of the biggest questions I come across when meeting new or potential clients is:
Why, with all the new and improved bookkeeping software on the market, would I pay to outsource my finances? Besides, who better to trust with my money than myself?
In some cases they’re right. But, the truth is, the majority of people, whether they own a business or not, would benefit from a bookkeeper.Read More