Tag Archives: books

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

QuickBooks Classes at Lewis and Clark

Coming soon Vicki Borror will be teaching a few classes at Lewis and Clark Community College.  She will be offering three QuickBooks’ classes through the Corporate and Community Learning program.  The classes will be at the N.O. Nelson Campus in … read more

Get Organized for Tax Time

Whether you’re a small business owner or a self-employed contractor itemizing deductions, it’s that dreaded time of year again, tax time.  Are you running around collecting receipts and bank statements, wondering how you got yourself into this mess again this … read more

Avoid a Problematice Audit with Complete and Accurate Books

While Tax law does not require businesses to maintain books and records in any particular way.  It does require them to keep accurate and complete set of books.  Businesses are also required to keep supporting evidence for those records (i.e. … read more

Avoiding Common Bookkeeping Mistakes

From sole proprietors to major corporations, bookkeeping is a significant part of any business.  While it is typically not one of the more exciting jobs, bookkeeping is at the heart of a company’s success, and errors can cost the company … read more