News and Articles About Bookkeeping
Without accurate and up-to-date numbers, your business can suffer. Here's how to upgrade your reporting.
GoDaddy reveals that half of small companies still do taxes by hand and offers advice on how to go digital.
Even if you have all of your ducks in a row, the IRS could hand select your return to be audited. Here are some reasons why.
This is the month get your 1099s out to your vendors. We break down what you need to know and do.
2014 looks like it's going to be a seller's market for small businesses, so here are five tips to help you know what you're worth.
The biggest culprit is an owner who's demanding more from his or her accountant team than those people are qualified to handle.
Getting a letter from the IRS can be a panic-inducing experience. Here's how to handle it and calm your nerves.
Don't let bookkeeping duties slide because they are a crucial part of running your business smoothly. Here are five ways to manage your books without draining your time.
Nearly half of entrepreneurs experience fraud at some point in their business's life. Here are four common types of fraud to watch out for and how to avoid them.
With this year's tax season happily in your rearview, now's the time to make your next tax time easier. Here are some tips.
Your accountant will love you if you follow these record-keeping basics. And auditors will have less cause for concern.
With the growth of virtual assistants, their expertise now runs the gamut -- from making vendor calls to sending out thank you cards to prospective clients. Here's how to make the most of virtual help.
This time of year may be about giving, but don't forget to devote plenty of time to getting your books in order. Here are a few often-missed year-end accounting tasks.
When you're first starting up, making a few accounting allies can help set you on the right track to have hassle-free financials.
Waiting until the end of the year to get your books in order can be a losing gamble. Consider knocking out those year-end anxieties now.
Establishing solid corporate and accounting strategies from the start is critical when launching a business. Consider this advice to get off on the right financial foot.
Accountant Mark Kohler shares tips for how to steer clear of this tax time no-no.
Some small businesses may need to declare added income on their 2011 returns. Here's what you need to know if do business on eBay or Etsy.
How much of your time is taken up with activities that don't create new products or services, drive more sales or find new customers? If the answer is a lot, here are some tasks to offload.
When QuickBooks takes you only so far, it's time to bring in a financial pro.
There's a fine line between business and pleasure when you're talking entertainment expenses. Learn what you can and can't deduct.
Inputting checks, managing bank accounts and creating reports don't have to be an intimidating process.
Follow these steps to find a professional to help navigate the maze of tax issues facing your startup.