Tag Archives: Vicki Borror

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

If You Have Filed Your Taxes, Good Job!! If You Haven’t, Here are Some Last Minute Tips!

Are You Claiming All of Your Tax-Deductible Business Expenses for 2015? Haven’t completed your 2015 taxes yet? You’re cutting it close. Don’t short-change yourself on business expenses, though. If you’ve been in business for several years, you have a pretty … 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

Hiring Your First Employee? 5 Tax-Related Steps

Be prepared for a mountain of paperwork, much of it related to income taxes. Adding your first employee to your small business comes with good and bad news. The good, of course, is that you’re succeeding so well that you … read more

Corporate and Community Learning at Lewis and Clark

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 be at the N.O. Nelson Campus in Edwardsville.  … read more

Corporate Classes Offered at Lewis & Clark Community College

Ready to use QuickBooks the way it was meant to be used? Register with LCCC Register now for Professional Development classes at Lewis and Clark Community College.  This fall Vicki Borror is teaching classes covering Basic QuickBooks, Using QuickBooks and … 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

How to Create a Business Budget

If you use it, a well-planned budget can be a powerful business tool.  Used with a working business plan and QuickBooks software, a budget will help you make well informed choices for your business. Create Monthly and Yearly Projections A … read more

Testimonial from Kelly

I wasn’t using QuickBooks to it’s fullest extent and needed those quick, fast tips… Vicki explains it so that you can really understand it.. I would definitely recommend going to MORE than one of her classes.