From the monthly archives:

October 2011

Single and multi-location business owners alike face challenges when bringing about uniformity and integration to their accounting, economic, and business operations info. Often times, the brick and mortar address – where products are sold and payment is exchanged – is separate from the back office location where the accountting software and company reporting occur. Under the best scheme one […]

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Okay, as a small business owner you’ve decided to become more responsible with maintaining your books and records… where do you start? Expert organizer Michelle Carley offers a tip sheet – BANK ACCOUNT STATEMENTS request a statement with a month-end cut-off date saves time when reconciling records with the bank statement every month fewer checks you […]

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In about 90 days everyone in the world will share something in common: We will all say good bye to 2011 and bring in the 2012 New Year. For many if not most, that means a party, and (new) unfulfilled New Year’s resolutions. This is seldom something most people need to plan and prepare for. […]

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According to Charlie Russell, writing at Sleeter Group’s QuickBooks and Beyond, it appears that Intuit QuickBooks has a renewed focus on helping the Accounting Professionals and ProAdvisors with the release of Quickbooks 2012. Russell takes a look at several new features and improvements that will be helpful. Most of these recent elements are found only […]

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During the course of your company’s life, things do not stay the same. For example, in the beginning phases of your business, you may have opted to keep matters simple with an partnership or sole proprietorship.  But as your business and expectations grow, you might need to change your company’s structure – what may have […]

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