Category Archives for Manage Your Books

How Do I Make my Business Ready to Sell?

While many business owners start with the dream of building a successful company and running it for years to come, selling it off offers quite a few advantages. These include the chance to retire early,

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Three Steps to Bring GAAP Accounting to Your Small Business

Rather than a clothing store, GAAP is an acronym that stands for Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. GAAP allows investors to more easily analyze financial statements without having to figure out

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How much will it Cost to clean up my QuickBooks?

QuickBooks is an excellent software program for small business accounting practices, however it does have one flaw; its efficacy is subject to the accuracy of the data input.  In computer terms, we call

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When I Have a Bookkeeper, Will I Still Have Access to My Books?

When your bookkeeping chores have become too onerous for you to handle alone, even with your QuickBooks software, the next logical step is to hire a bookkeeper.  Many business management professionals

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Things Every Small Business Needs to do in January – Week 2

Last week, we suggested a few accounting steps small business owners need to take so you stay on top of looming IRS and state tax deadlines. You can catch up by reading last week’s blog Things Every

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Things Every Small Business Needs to Do in January!

There are some serious accounting deadlines coming! We discuss these each year with our small business clients, and it always bears repeating. At the end of January, each business is responsible to deliver

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