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Salt Lake City Bookkeeping Blog

5 Things About Outsourced Bookkeeping Your Boss Wants To Know

Posted by Joe Mazur on Apr 18, 2014 7:18:00 AM

At times, the term bookkeeping takes on a vague meaning the makes it seem easier than it really is.  This couldn't be more true for the small business owner that doesn't fully understand what outsourced bookkeeping is all about.  If you are an office manager or administrative assistant you might get work put on you from your boss that "should just take a few minutes" or "shouldn't be too hard to figure out."  The reality is that your boss may not have the right small business mindset and doesn't realize that some bookkeeping tasks can be complicated and time consuming.  If this is the case then maybe you should approach your boss or small business owner and tell them some pointers about outsourced bookkeeping.  It could make your life easier and possibly lead to more revenue for the business, it's a win-win situation for everyone.

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Topics: Bookkeeping Services, Outsource Bookkeeping, Business Financial Troubles, Part Time Bookkeeper

Are You Walking Your Business To The Edge Of Fiscal Cliff

Posted by Matt Roberge on Dec 28, 2012 7:58:00 AM

Today's post is a guest post from Yu-Fen Chang-Pett who is a business financial coach, certified money coach and the founder of Money Wisdom Empowerment.

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Topics: Business Ideas, Business Budgeting, Business Financial Troubles, Small Business, Entrepreneurship, Fiscal cliff

Financial Troubles: Cut Expenses Or Increase Sales?

Posted by Matt Roberge on Dec 3, 2012 6:51:00 AM

When a business starts having financial troubles it seems that everyone’s first instinct is to cut expenses. I tend to disagree with this mindset. The reason I disagree is I would be more concerned with increasing revenues than I would be with cutting expenses. I feel that a business should always be operating under expenses that are paid attention to and controlled. If a business is not operating under a budget then it is a business that is already out of control. Those businesses that put a budget in place and stick to it have no choice when faced with financial issues; they must increase sales or go out of business.

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Topics: Cash Flow Management, Bookkeeping Business, Financial Forecasting, Business Budgeting, Sales Advice, Business Financial Troubles, Sales, Business Sales