There is a fundamental difference between business and personal finances when it comes to taxes. While the “average Joe” may not have to worry about taxes again until next year, “Joe the small-business owner” needs to start thinking about his next quarterly tax filing now. And for the rest, to start you off on the Continue Reading →
Time is money. In business, your time is a commodity, but it is not always treated as such. Studies prove that entrepreneurs who are more successful manage their time wiser than those who are less successful. Here are four tips to help you determine what your time-value is:
If you have at least one employee, you’re responsible for payroll taxes. The responsibility is great and the penalties for missteps make it essential that you do things right.
Don’t let your software hold you back! If you’re using QuickBooks® or PeachTree® for your accounting software, you’ll eventually get to a point where you will outgrow it. We’ve created a short quiz that should let you know whether or not you should consider upgrading or outsourcing your accounting.
Technology is constantly changing. Thousands of companies are using software applications to save time and money. But, how can you use some of these apps to streamline your business?
Quicken is a finance software on a computer whereas Mint is a personal finance provided online. Here is a side-by-side comparison of Quicken and Mint in a couple categories that can help you pick which financial tool would work best for you.
There’s no magic formula to increasing your QuickBooks® practice to get more clients, but there are guidelines to adding new ones and retaining the ones you already have.
Our next QuickBooks® Training Seminar will be: Not Yet Scheduled Subjects: Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Payroll and More! Upcoming Seminar Dates: Contact Us for Upcoming Dates
1. Conduct Mid-Year Reviews Summer is a great time to stop and reflect on your accomplishments. Both you and your employees can benefit from a getaway and self reflection. Take some time to conduct performance reviews, encourage your employees and clear your mind. The best business owners take time to review their progress.
1. Use paper & electronics for your bookkeeping. Keeping books on paper sounds like a hassle, we know! But trust us, it’s worth it. Electronic bookkeeping can go wrong in so many ways. The mess of unbalanced numbers doesn’t always make sense and if an emergency happens, your accounts go out with it. Keeping records Continue Reading →