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Accounting
June 8, 2016
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Preparing a Balance Sheet: The Basics You Need to Know

  Often called a “snapshot,” a balance sheet offers a picture of your business finances at a given point in time. Balance sheets take into account assets, liabilities and equity to show whether or not your company is trending toward growth. Along with other financial records, this tool can aid you in making better decisions[…]

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May 24, 2016
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5 Simple Accounting Steps to Control Small Business Finances

It’s not unusual to fall behind with financial tasks in the midst of the hectic pace of running a small business. Not keeping perfect books doesn’t make you a bad business owner, but it can create problems when trying to complete tax forms or plan for future expenses. Regain control of your financial records with[…]

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Things To Do for Your Business After Tax Season

Now that the smoke has cleared from the flurry of tax season, it’s time to take stock of your business and do a little financial cleanup. Any improvements you can make in the way you approach accounting this year will take a lot of the stress out of next year’s filing process. Here are five[…]

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April 26, 2016
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When is a Line of Credit the Best Choice for Your Business?

All businesses are subject to fluctuations in the market. Although you can make predictions and projections based on past performance, there’s no way to be sure that you’ll always have the money that you need. A business line of credit can cover expenses when cash flow unexpectedly drops off and you find yourself low on[…]

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January 12, 2016
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4 Ways to Create a Great Financial Outlook for 2016

The start of a new year is the perfect time to review your finances and make changes to improve your financial outlook in 2016. These basic steps can help you visualize how to do better with saving, spending and long-term planning. 1. Deal With Debt Credit card payments can take a big chunk out of your[…]

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