I’ve been a small business owner for nine years. Being a small business owner did not come easy and I still hustle daily.
Bookkeepers keep track of revenue and expenses. It doesn’t matter what type of company you have or what industry you are in, a bookkeeper will help you maintain a day-to-day breakdown of your business.
August is one of those months that brings around remembrance of school years past. August means more than half the year is gone and before long the holidays will be upon us.
For those of you who read my blog regularly know that I encourage businesses to hire a virtual bookkeeper. Outsourced bookkeeping offers free time to business owners, access to financial reports for growth, up-to-date record keeping for budgeting, and profitability.
Semi-annual bookkeeping concerns slow down during the summer months. Every year I see a drop in business owners and entrepreneurs interested in their bookkeeping and accounting during the summer months.
A new business owner may not feel the need to outsource bookkeeping. Many business owners I’ve encountered believe that should not be paying earned money to a bookkeeper. However, they soon realize bookkeeping is a serious role.
If you’ve visited my site before you know that I help businesses achieve free time by taking care of their bookkeeping.
We are one month away from the income tax deadline. Many individuals and companies have gathered their information to use during this time of the year. Some find this time of the year to be stressful while others sail right by.
Are you looking for a trusted and reliable virtual bookkeeper who cares about you and your business?
Bookkeeping tips can be too simple for some or overwhelming for others. I have listed 10 tips that are pertinent information when starting a new business.
There are 3 Actions to Take While Starting a Business. Record the use of personal funds for business expenses, keep receipts for all of your expenses, and pick a bookkeeping method.
In every industry, you learn what months or seasons are your busiest and which are your slowest. For instance, working with my husband in the automotive business we know that business picks up during income tax season and begins to slow down when the weather gets cooler, and children go back to school.