Bookkeeping is an essential component of an e-commerce business. With an online store, your business’ products will be available 24/7/365 to a wide array of customers. With the internet, you can cast a wide net, reaching a large audience and fulfilling drop-ship orders while you maintain a small physical footprint. While setting up a website […]
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Real estate is a unique industry. There is plenty of opportunity for growth that depends on how well you manage the array of transactions that go through your business. Organization is critical in making the most of your bookkeeping and maximizing your profits, regardless of the size of your operation. Here are a few of […]
Nonprofits have a difficult role to fill. They improve conditions for people, animals and communities, all while running an organization that tends to resemble a commercial business. That means, like profit-making companies, they must adapt to changes in the industry, too. 5 Nonprofit Trends in 2020 As nonprofit organizations adapt to the changing landscape of […]
Meeting with your boss for the first time in a new job can be nerve-wracking. When your boss is a group of people with unique backgrounds, agendas and expectations, the meeting becomes even more complicated. As an executive, you likely feel the delicate balance between understanding how to manage a board of directors meeting while also […]
If you’re in the construction industry, you understand how important it is to be reliable. Your clients hold you accountable for your work. Solid construction begins with the foundation of a sound, financially stable business. So when it comes to bookkeeping for construction companies, every detail counts. Accounting can be a challenge for construction companies due […]
On June 3, Congress passed another Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) forgiveness Act that gives much-needed relief to many small businesses that were not able to take complete advantage of the relief intent of the original bill. The new PPP bill does the following: Extends the period from 8 to 24 weeks during which the borrower […]
In simple terms, your company’s working capital is the money you have available for day-to-day operations. Your working capital factors in accounts payable, accounts receivable, cash, inventory and other short-term accounts to measure the liquidity and overall health of your business. In accounting, working capital is one of the basic indicators of the financial state […]
The Intercountry Adoption Accreditation and Maintenance Entity, or IAAME is an organization designed to accredit, approve, monitor, and provide oversight of intercountry adoption services provided by adoption service providers, in order to protect the most vulnerable among us: the orphan. The staff of IAAME has widespread knowledge and experience in providing welfare services for children, […]
On May 15th, the U.S. Department of the Treasury issued a press release that the Small Business Administration, in consultation with the Department of the Treasury, released the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) Loan Forgiveness Application along with detailed instructions and clarifications around the loan forgiveness process. Read about the updated loan forgiveness program created by […]
The marketing and advertising industry is one of the fastest-growing sectors in the world. But with this growth comes a new set of challenges — especially when it comes to financial reporting. Accounting for ad agencies doesn’t have to be complicated. You can simplify your advertising agency’s financial management and accounting with the strategic use of financial […]
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