Are You or Your Clients Running Your Small Business? You wouldn’t be running your small business if it weren’t for your clients. Yet, sometimes we almost forget that we are ultimately in business to make a profit. In large companies, a balance must be maintained between serving clients and serving the shareholders.  In running your small business, [...]

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  QuickBooks Sales Orders: Why? When? How? There aren’t that many different types of forms to keep straight in QuickBooks, but you likely don’t use all of them. You probably use invoices and purchase orders frequently, and may fill out the occasional sales receipt or credit memo or estimate. But what about QuickBooks Sales Orders? [...]

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If you live in a region of the country that suffers through winter, you know that March signals the beginning of spring cleaning. Peachtree’s interface is so clean and understandable that you don’t really have to clean it up, but a little tweaking can make your daily accounting tasks easier and faster. Savvy Shortcuts Peachtree [...]

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Do You Allocate Time For Training Your Bookkeeper? When most small businesses get their first accounting software application or switch from one system to another the one mistake I see them make is to not allow enough time to train the bookkeeper on how to use the software effectively. In a lot of cases they [...]

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Are You Sending Monthly Customer Statements? How do you let customers know they owe you money? Probably by sending invoices. And how’s that working for you? If your customers are all conscientious and pay on time, maybe that’s all you need to do. But perhaps you need to consider doing at least part of your [...]

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