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7 Tips for Keeping Your Small Business Accounting Organized

 

The lifeblood of any business whether small or large is financial integrity. Therefore, the efficient management of your small business accounting can help establish your success.

Keeping your accounting and finances in order should be an achievable goal. You’ll not only save time but also money. Bear in mind that organizing your accounting takes effort and time. Furthermore, you require a solid plan. Nevertheless, these invaluable tips will help you maintain efficiency.

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Could Your Books Withstand A Tax Audit?

Tax audits can be time-consuming, taxing, and possibly expensive. Small business proprietors who might be navigating complex tax policies for the first time or who work in businesses such as restaurants where errors are easy to make are particularly likely to draw unnecessary attention for the IRS.

An audit doesn’t need to be a painful, endless, and invasive process if you follow these tips.

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Year End Accounting Resource Center

This page contains a multitude of year end accounting resources we have gathered from the web and produced internally for our clients. Use the navigation links below to scroll through the page to find the resources you need. If you would like a personalized consultation from one of our small business / QuickBooks accounting experts, please feel free to call (888) 232-4758 anytime, or request a year end review to get started.
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Tech Tuesday Recap: Payment Reminders in QuickBooks® 2020

Our recent Technology Tuesday on the new QuickBooks features for version 2020 highlighted multiple features. We did a deep dive, not too long ago, on a key feature: Find a Company File option in the “No Company Open” window. Another key feature – Customer Payment Reminders – aids your business’ accounts receivable workflows in QuickBooks.

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Tech Tuesday Recap: Best Practices to Maximize Cash Flow

Today’s Technology Tuesday insights have been percolating for a few hours. The presentation took us on roads toward jewels of financial insight. Some were principles long held in business, while others got to minute details around inventory and personnel management; the latter two made a teammate chuckle – while reminiscing of a college lecture on the equilibrium between “hiring/firing”. While this is an important business aspect, there were others meriting equal attention. Let’s journey, a little, shall we?

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Tech Tuesday Recap: Cloud Hosting DIY

We had the privilege of our Director of IT, Chad, sharing pithy tips and practices for you to resolve encounters on your own – when working in our hosting environment, or others.

Such are handy when time is not a luxury; and you need to get work done immediately. Speaking from experience as a support representative, clients call in to tackle items preventing them from finishing their work at inopportune times.

Additionally, waiting to get in touch with a representative is a factor intensifying the experience. As Chad suggested however, contact us for anything more complex than what he presented. Without any further ado, here are cloud hosting tips to resolve common issues in little to no time!

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UDAS for QuickBooks® Desktop Cheat Sheet – Data

Each stage in UDAS (User | Data | Application | System) has many steps.

For example, uncovering your QuickBooks User as the root cause can boil down to the individual QuickBooks User, or the Windows user profile. The number of steps often are directly proportional to your computing infrastructure’s complexity.

Data is no different. The steps to determine root cause aren’t as ambiguous Let’s dive in, shall we?

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