<img height="1" width="1" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=1168427849921758&amp;ev=PageView &amp;noscript=1">

Salt Lake City Bookkeeping Blog

My Business Racked Up Personal Credit Card Debt. Now What?

Posted by Austin Walker on Mar 15, 2016 8:30:00 AM

So you used a personal credit card to pay for business expenses. Whether a one-time event or an ongoing practice, if you charge business purchases to your personal credit card, you’ll have a bit of monetary housekeeping to do.

Read More

Topics: Personal Finances, business, credit card debt

Estate Plan - Do I Need One?

Posted by Joe Mazur on Dec 13, 2013 7:00:00 AM

Craig Cooper is a leading financial and wealth advisor with The Cambridge Financial Center. He specializes in business planning, estate plans, retirement planning, and wealth accumulation.  Here is the first of a series of articles Craig has written for us at Salt Lake Bookkeeping that relates to individual and small business owners.

Read More

Topics: Financial Advice, Personal Finances, Trust Plans, Estate Planning

Personal Bookkeeping - Is It Worth It?

Posted by Joe Mazur on Oct 21, 2013 7:00:00 AM

A recent report put a dollar amount on the costs for American households that use cash instead of electronic forms of cash.  Turns out it's expensive to rely on cash and not plan ahead instead of using debit or credit cards.  Sure, this report on American payments habits paints some broad strokes, but the bottom line is that it costs almost $1,800 a year per household to use cash, which translates to $200 billion for the entire country.  After reading about this, I immediately thought about how personal bookkeeping could help a percentage of these households and hopefully save them some of that $1,800 that is being wasted.

Read More

Topics: Personal Bookkeeping, QuickBooks, Outsource Bookkeeping, Bookkeeping Procedures, Personal Finances