Whatever type of business plan you're writing, there are a few key financial items that you should definitely include. Here's what they are, why they're important, and how you should create them.
Managing income and expenses accurately is an important aspect of running a business successfully. Unfortunately, many small businesses make accounting mistakes without even realizing the impact those mistakes can have on their long-term viability.
Paying an accounting professional can have benefits that far outweigh the added costs—but what happens if your accountant makes a mistake? If your accountant made a costly error and is unwilling to set things right, you should understand your legal rights and options.
Never forget: Profits are not cash. Brush up on the crucial difference between cash and profits with this guide by Palo Alto Software founder Tim Berry.
Cash is the single most important resource in any business—and also one that is frequently misunderstood. Here's what you really need to know about cash flow.
Not hiring an accountant can often be an expensive mistake. A good accountant can provide expert advice and information, help you to grow your business, prevent your from running afoul of the IRS, and save you thousands of dollars in taxes.
If you’re a freelancer or independent contractor, chances are you’re familiar with how time-consuming the invoicing process can be. If you want to get paid, invoicing is not something you can set aside. The real question is, how can you do it faster? And, how can you do it more affordably, without having to turn to...
One of the most important aspects of running a business is managing payroll—from the minute your first employee (even you!) starts working, you need a payroll system. But small businesses often lack the adequate resources, time, and money to handle payroll in-house. You need to spend all your time doing what you do best and...