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17, February
2012

What Your Accounts Receivable Balance is Telling You

Author : Bill Gerber
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Top accounting software can do a lot, but it can’t be clever. That part is entirely up to you, as well as the people that you choose to surround yourself with. Yes, daily accounting software programs are necessary to operate a business and to ensure that all of your ducks are in a row by month’s end. But what you do with the information that software spits back at you is what’s truly critical to your company’s survival and well-being.

23, January
2012

Improving Your Cash Flow Without the Help of a CPA

Author : Bill Gerber
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You don’t need a certified public accountant on speed dial to tell you certain things. A business accountant is a great.

1, December
2011

Financial Accounting Software: Choosing the Best Accounting System for Your Business

Author : Bill Gerber
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There are many accounting systems out there, and they vary in their capabilities, ease-of-use, scalability and security.

25, November
2011

Establishing Accounting Policies can Help You Run Your Business Better

If you currently have a part-time bookkeeper, or have been through a string of bad full-time bookkeepers, it may be.

24, November
2011

Accounting Needs Change as Your Business Grows

Author : Bill Gerber
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Did you begin your company as a sole proprietorship or a micro-business? When you first started your company, if you.

1, March
2011

Five Ways Financial Accounting Services Can Help with Project Expansion

Author : Bill Gerber
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Topics: improving sales

Are you considering expanding your company or taking on a project that is different in scope? Maybe you’re considering.

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