“Don’t fear failure, fear being in the exact same place next year as you are today” (Unknown) This is a quote that really encapsulates everything we want to remember throughout the entire year. We are a firm that focuses on growth in ourselves, and especially in our clients. We know from experience that it isn’t [...]
If you've ever wondered why you need QuickBooks Online Accounting, you should check out the advantages of the QB Marketplace. The advantages to using QuickBooks online are many, including mobile functionality, which could let you be able to do such things as capture receipts on a smartphone, an affordable price, being able to share [...]
You know that QuickBooks saves a lot of time. But have you explored how it does so by memorizing transactions? Your accounting work involves a lot of repetition. You send invoices. Pay bills. Create purchase orders. Generate payroll checks and submit payroll taxes. Some of the time, you only fill out those transaction forms once. [...]
If you are planning to open a new business, there are a number of tax and accounting issues you need to be aware of. The following are some of the more commonly encountered issues a new business owner needs to cope with. 1. Entity Selection – First, you must decide what type of business entity you are going to establish. The type of business entity will determine which tax form you have to file. The most common types of businesses are the sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation, S corporation and limited liability company. This office can assist you in making that determination and setting up the chosen entity. Depending on the type of entity you choose, you may also need the services of an attorney to complete legal documents required to establish the business.
Are you sick of being dazzled by your CPA and just want straight talk that you can understand? Do you want to work with a CPA that you like and enjoy working with? Do you feel frustrated by having to wait weeks or even months to get your taxes done? Would you like personalized attention? [...]
Savvy business owners use a Certified Public Accountant to help with their taxes, knowing that training and experience can help to dramatically boost tax savings. But a good CPA is more than just a tax advisor—he or she is a business expert who can help with a range of financial and business development concerns. If you're interested in learning more about the types of assistance a CPA can offer, consider these tips: • Budgets and Business Planning: Whether you’ve just launched a new business or own an existing corporation, seeking the advice of an experienced CPA can be very helpful in establishing realistic budgets and benchmarks for your business. A strategic plan can make the difference between success and failure in today's marketplace; a CPA can help you set business goals, establish checkpoints to measure progress, and take measures to encourage growth within your company.
Believe it or not, the New Year is just around the corner, leaving many business owners scrambling to create a business plan for 2010. A sound budget is one of the cornerstones of any enterprise, large or small, and taking the time to plan ahead makes all the difference in crafting a realistic plan that will help your business grow stronger and more profitable. If you’re a small business owner tasked with budgeting your resources for next year, keep the following tips in mind: Budget conservatively: It can be difficult to accurately predict income or expenses, so err on the side of caution. Assume that costs will be higher than anticipated and that income may be lower, and then craft a budget tailored to those pessimistic figures. You'll be prepared for the worst, and if business in 2010 is as good as (or better than) you hope, it will come as a happy surprise.
Hint: It’s not just people who own their own businesses or work in accounting. QuickBooks is by far the most popular accounting software among small- to medium-sized businesses, sole proprietors, work-at-home moms, and anyone who wants to keep track of their own billing, invoicing, and finances. Although there are plenty of competitors out there, none come close to rivaling the stability and features of QuickBooks. It hooks in seamlessly to other applications, is compatible with virtually all computer systems, and has a simple, user-friendly interface. Although it’s easy to get up and running with QuickBooks, you could just be scratching the surface of what it has to offer. Some basic training will help you uncover hidden features and capabilities, taking you beyond the basics to get the most out of your software. QuickBooks training can serve as a significant benefit for administrative assistants, office managers, secretaries, virtual assistants, financial services professionals, independent entrepreneurs, and anyone who works with budgets.