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February 3, 2020 by Randa Kriss

For business owners, time really is money. This being said, while you shouldn’t cut corners when it comes to running your business, you should take advantage of every cost-cutting and time-saving opportunity available. Therefore, when it comes to business accounting, you can save both money and time by investing in software that automates many of your processes. This, in turn, frees up you or your staff to work on higher-level projects, rather than focusing on the complicated, time-consuming (and yet, essential) paperwork often involved with accounting. Here are a few of the ways accounting software can help your business reach new levels of efficiency. … Read More »

Finance

September 16, 2019

The process of running a profitable business is a challenge and it is always important that you make the effort to run a successful enterprise which provides value to the community and also allows you to support your lifestyle. Managing money for a business is a different kettle of fish to personal finances and this is something most entrepreneurs find out the hard way. This is also why we are here to give you some much needed help in the accounting department and to allow you to utilise free tools and Accounting Firms to make more money for your enterprise this year. … Read More »

Finance

August 14, 2019

A tax audit, as the name suggests, is an audit by the IRS to double-check your numbers. Typically, it is just to ensure that your return does not have any discrepancies. But the sheer idea of the involvement of the IRS can give you jitters. However, you need not fear if you are telling the truth. A tax audit does not always mean that something is wrong. It could even be caused due to manual errors. On the other hand, it can have serious implications for those who are cheating the authorities. Before understanding how to deal with the situation, you need to know why it arose in the first place. Here are some reasons why the IRS could audit you. … Read More »

Business

July 23, 2019

In every micro business, entrepreneurs will learn the sometimes harsh lesson, you have to spend money to make money. The success of your endeavors doesn’t just rely on your profit to loss margin, but your sales to cost margin as well. Yes, the two are linked together financially, but you must realize that one is large scale and the other is micro scale. You could make a profit for one month but in that same month you decided to purchase stock of another business to invest elsewhere. That would mean, you would incur a smaller profit or even break even. Sales and costs refers to product inventory. How much did you pay to have your products made and how much did you make from selling them? This is the meat and potatoes of any business. Here’s how you can keep track of what you’re doing. … Read More »

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