I am going to start off by saying that income taxes do not go smoothly without the help of good bookkeeping practices in place.
It wasn’t until I was desperately seeking a change in my life that I turned to blogging. One thing I quickly learned is that blogging isn’t enough when you need to make money.
The excitement of starting a business doesn’t always allow us to put our best effort forward. Maybe we just don’t attract the people we are trying to sell to. It can be easy to sabotage ourselves.
I have been a small business owner for nine years. Being a small business owner did not come easy and I still hustle daily. The first business I started nine years ago showed me the ropes.
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.
Starting two separate businesses has taught me I am only human, and I need to stay motivated. Regardless, of the fact that I know my attempts will amount to something I still need motivation just like everyone else.
A semi-annual bookkeeping review determines if your business is doing better or worse than the previous year. If your bookkeeping records are up to date, you can compare previous year profits with current year profits.
A new business owner may not feel the need to outsource bookkeeping. Many business owners I’ve encountered believe they should not be paying their hard earned money to a bookkeeper.
Business owners and entrepreneurs outsource bookkeeping or employ an in house bookkeeper to keep their finances and paperwork in order all year. Here are my tips to help you to prepare for income tax season so you can achieve a smooth season year after year.
Bookkeeping tasks can be too simple for some and overwhelming for others. These 10 simple bookkeeping tips will help you smoothly complete your bookkeeping responsibilities and build your 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.
All week I’ve been thinking about small business tools for owners like me. During the last eight years, I have started two businesses.