It is estimated that organizations lost 5% of their annual revenues to fraud. Do YOU have the controls in place to protect YOUR business?
Your start-up business may be one great idea, but neglecting the business finances will destroy your dream. Read more for ten solid reasons to hire a key position from the start.
No one started a business because they love to keep papers around. But did you know that if you cannot show proof that your business incurred a legitimate expense AND that the business paid it, you can lose that deduction? Read more about a simple change you can make to your bookkeeping process that pays off BIG!
Your employees are costly. If you are still using manual time cards, they are costing you much more than you realize. This week's post talks about 5 of the most costly aspects of manual time keeping, and what you can do to get those costs down.
Why is networking so darn hard? After learning a few tricks, and putting them into practice, I learned it really wasn't. For small business owners who are not comfortable with networking, but realize that this is a large part of our success, this post is for you.
Today’s post covers general business risks associated with commingling funds, meaning that business funds are directed for personal use, or vice versa. The consequences can be costly to both the business AND the owner.
Being a virtual bookkeeper, working in the cloud is my norm; I love this cost- and time-saving option for small businesses. This quick read is meant as an introduction for those small business owners who are looking to free up their time and resources to pursue more value-added activities.
For a small business, cash flow is key to ongoing activities. But if you aren't taking a few minutes each month to reconcile your business records to your bank statements, you may find you have bigger issues than just double paying vendors. Today's post talks to why and how to reconcile your business statements each month.
Today's post is about a key business process too often overlooked, that when used properly gives you control over where all of your hard-earned money goes. I'm talking about a budget.
If you use your personal car for business - and I'm willing to bet you do - travel associated with every day business activities are often eligible as mileage deduction on your taxes. Take a little time to read, and save big!