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15, September
2017

4 Factors You Are Likely Overlooking In Calculating Your Sales Margins

If you calculate your sales margins by subtracting the cost of inventory from your retail sales amounts, you might feel that you have a handle on your true profitability. However, using a simple formula for determining whether a product is profitable for your company doesn't always reveal true profit margins. From factoring in advertising and marketing costs to understanding the human costs of service, you may very well be overlooking many factors when calculating your sales and profit margins. To make sure you have a full picture, consider the following:

6, September
2017

When Do You Need to Issue 1099s?

 

After failing to pay your taxes, failing to file the appropriate returns is the second easiest way to incur the.

22, May
2017

Depreciation: What Method to Choose and is None an Option?

Depreciation is one of the hardest accounting practices to get right, but avoiding calculating depreciation could.

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17, January
2017

Is Inventory About To Ruin Your Business?

Product quality and customer service won't matter if you can't get inventory in the right place at the right time..

11, October
2016

How to Set Up Class Tracking in QuickBooks

Want to go beyond standard account-based tracking in QuickBooks? Expanding into class tracking provides you with a.

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5, August
2016

Best Practices for Handling a Cash Flow Crisis

Many small businesses walk a tightrope between accounts receivable and accounts payable. It is a constant challenge.

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