Four Common Mistakes Made When Integrating Bookkeeping With Online Banking Services

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Are you trying to organize your finances? One of the easiest ways to organize your finances is to integrate your bookkeeping software directly with your online bank accounts. This pulls all of your transactions into an easy-to-manage system. But there are still some hurdles when consolidating your data like this, including some mistakes which could throw your registry off.  1. Failing to Code Your Checks and Transactions Not only do you need to track the amount of money you've spent, but you also need to code it properly so you know what you spent it on.

6 June 2016

Financial Problems Before The Wedding? Get On Track Before You Walk Down The Aisle

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If you are getting married and you already know that you and your potential spouse aren't great with money and have debt, it may be wise to hire the services of an accountant. Even if the two of you don't have a lot of money to spend, making the investment may change your lives and greatly benefit your life after marriage. There are many couples that stress and fight about money in their marriage, because their financial decisions no longer affect just themselves after they walk down the aisle.

18 August 2015

4 Common Newbie Mistakes When Using Accounting Software

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Are you about to start using accounting software to manage your business? Many small business owners and self-employed individuals do their own bookkeeping so that they can hand off accurate general ledger reporting to their certified public accountant at the end of the year or quarterly. But the process isn't without its challenges; bookkeeping software can be a bit difficult to get acclimated to, especially without training. Here are a few of the most common mistakes

15 July 2015

Why You Should Hire An Accountant

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If you've done taxes for yourself or your business, then you know just how incredibly complicated and frustrating the process can be. Thankfully, there are professionals who can help streamline any of your financial needs, for a fee. Here is an introduction to the world of certified public accountants and an argument for why you should hire one: What is a certified public accountant? A certified public accountant is any accountant who meets specific qualifications, including the passing of a standardized exam known as the Uniform Certified Public Accountant Examination, This means that you can trust a CPA to be a competent accountant.

1 April 2015

Need More Customers? Look Into Hiring A Marketing Consultant

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If you're launching a new business, or simply want to revitalize an existing business that has gone a bit stale, you might be wondering about the most cost-effective ways of promoting your products and services. In today's technology-centric world, it can be difficult to keep up with changes in search engine optimization, laws governing targeted mailings and other types of solicitation, and other key issues in the marketing field. Read on to learn more about how a marketing consultant may be able to bring in a steady stream of reliable, paying customers.

27 March 2015

Answers To Commonly Asked Questions About Taxes

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With tax season in full play now, many people have questions about how taxes work. Taxes can be very confusing, which is why so many people choose to hire professional services. This is a wise choice, and can help you save money and ensure that you avoid the extra headache of taxes. For those who may not understand taxes as well, here are a couple answers to commonly asked questions.

23 March 2015

4 Ways You Can Reduce Your Chances of Being Audited

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Are you worried about the possibility of being audited? Many people are; the process of auditing can feel very invasive and take a long time, not to mention the additional cost that it often involves. Though the process by which an IRS triggers an audit can be somewhat mysterious, there are ways that you can reduce your chances of being audited. 1. Always Hire a Professional Accountant More and more people today are trying to do their own taxes.

11 March 2015