Category Archives: Budget

Part 2: Outsource Your Bookeeping–Time for the Experts

4 Common Bookkeeping Pains for Small Business Owners Business owners, especially of smaller organizations, have plenty on their plate – sales, marketing, networking, administration, accounting, etc. Managing everything can be overwhelming. Oftentimes, the bookkeeping processes are not properly handled because, … read more

Reasons You need to Outsource Your Bookkeeping

1. YOU’RE ACTING AS CEO & CBO (CHIEF BOOKKEEPING OFFICER). Unless you’ve inherited a fully staffed and successful business operation, it’s likely that, over the years, you have worn more than your fair share of hats in order to grow your … read more

QuickBooks Training at Lewis & Clark Community College

QuickBooks training at Lewis & Clark Community College This Spring Vicki Borror will be teaching classes at Lewis and Clark Community College. She will be offering three QuickBooks’ classes through the Corporate and Community Learning program. All three classes will … read more

All About Tax Returns

All About Past Due Tax Returns Taxpayers neglect to file returns for countless reasons. If you’re one of them, here’s what you need to know. Believe it or not, there are individuals who don’t file tax returns even though they’re … read more

Do You Need to File Form 1099s?

There are a number of situations where you’ll have to create and/or file Form 1099s. Are you affected? If you’ve been sending Form 1099s for years, you’re probably already working on them or have completed them. If you receive them … read more

The Importance of a Proper Foundation

In addition to the water that evaporates while curing, concrete is made up of 3 fundamental components: sand, rock and cement. When mixed together in the proper ratio, and allowed to ‘cure’ over time, concrete becomes the ‘foundation’ for almost … read more

2015 is a Payroll Leap Year!!

Did you know that there was a payroll leap year? If you pay weekly or biweekly, you may have an extra pay period in 2015-27 biweekly dates instead of 26 or 53 weekly dates instead of 52 depending on what … read more

What You Need to Know About Estimated Taxes

It’s not just self-employed individuals who are required by the IRS to pay estimated taxes. There are numerous advantages to being self-employed. The top benefit that most full-time, must-report-to-the-office employees envy the most is your ability to establish your own … read more

Managing Cash Flow (part 2)

Last time we talked about using Accounts Payable or vendor payments to help manage your cash flow by negotiating discount terms, delaying payment, and using credit cards. Now let’s talk about Accounts Receivable. Accounts Receivable is invoicing your clients or … read more

Managing Cash Flow

There are several ways to manage and control both of these functions and find some hidden cash (or hang on to your cash longer).  You need to create a systematic way to manage these and if you have others involved, … read more