Category Archives: Operations

Use QuickBooks’ Tools – and Common Sense Procedures – To Prevent Financial Fraud

You work hard for your money. Strong internal controls can keep it from disappearing unnecessarily. You trust your employees or you wouldn’t have hired them. That’s what everyone says as they watch a valued staff member being hauled off in … Continue reading

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Use QuickBooks to Increase Cash Flow

Well, the taxes are paid (hopefully) for the 2009 tax year, and you’re a third of the way into 2010. How’s your cash flow doing this year? If tax payments caught you short, you may be scrambling to build a … Continue reading

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I Made Money? Then Where Did the Cash Go?

By Steve Trojan, CPA One of the reasons we encourage clients to take advantage of our monthly bookkeeping or QuickBooks review plans is a question we frequently receive from many clients that see us only at tax time.  Invariably there are clients … Continue reading

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Why should you keep up on your bookkeeping?

We see many instances where a business owner hasn’t maintained their books in over a year.  Usually the result of this is an unexpected tax bill, the inability to understand their business from a financial point of view, and certainly … Continue reading

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New QuickBooks Support Options

We are proud to announce new, comprehensive options for our clients who use QuickBooks to keep their books and run their businesses. Over the past few years, we’ve noticed certain things that keep businesses from using their QuickBooks files in … Continue reading

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Do you have a way to measure your business’s performance?

Measuring the performance of your business is critical to running an efficient, thriving, and profitable business.  Without measurements you may be running your business, not on data and facts of your performance, but on opinions that frequently get distorted by … Continue reading

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