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Create A Digital Bookkeeping System In QuickBooks

Posted by Matt Roberge on May 9, 2014 7:00:00 AM

Creating a digital bookkeeping system right from the beginning is a step that we highly recommend.  Paper is becoming irrelevant and reducing it in your work place can increase efficiency.  Below are a few reasons that you may want to create a digital bookkeeping system in QuickBooks. 

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Topics: Bookkeeping Services, Accounts Receivable, Bookkeeping Help, Small Business Bookkeeping, Cash Flow, Digital Bookkeeping

Utilizing Bookkeeping For General Contractors

Posted by Joe Mazur on Apr 17, 2013 6:51:00 AM

General contracting can be a tricky business to be in.  You sometimes have to roll with the punches the economy throws at you.  Utilizing bookkeeping for general contractors can lead to great success and help prepare during lean cash flow months.  There are a few crucial steps that should be put in place
in order to make sure the bookkeeping system is being used to its maximum capacity.  General contracting job size can vary greatly and, as most contractors know, job costing is the backbone to being successful.  Anything from building a deck for a small residential house all the way to building a large car dealership needs to be tracked with a great amount of attention to detail.  

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Topics: Bookkeeping Salt Lake City, Bookkeeping Services, Cash Flow, General Contracting Bookkeeping

Mobile Credit Card Processing To Increase Cash Flow

Posted by Alex Viau on Feb 15, 2013 5:00:00 AM

We deal with a lot of small businesses on a regular basis and the question of credit card processing often comes up. There are a plethora of options out there for you to choose from and decide on which best works for your
 business. It can be a very involved process requiring a lot of shopping around to multiple vendors. Most of the big name credit card processors will generally require a Profit & Loss for the year to guarantee you the best rates that they can offer your business. But what if your business is mobile? Perhaps you might just be paying too much for your credit card processing? Maybe you have cash flow issues because you wait for checks from your customers. Even if you currently have a credit card merchant you may not fully understand the pricing structure and you could be operating at close to 6% charges on some transactions. Thankfully, you always have options.

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Topics: credit card companies, credit card processing, mobile processing, merchant processing, Cash Flow