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Accounting, Accounting Software, Client Write-Up Software, QuickBooks Alternative
Dec 17, 2019

End of Year Accounting Best Practices

Are Your Books Ready for 2019 Close? Everyone knows that hindsight is 20/20, but right now we need to be approaching the year (and decade!) 2020 with some serious foresight. Like the academic calendar, or the NFL calendar, the accounting year doesn’t really begin in January and end in December. That’s because of taxes, of […]
Accounting, Accounting Software, Cloud Software
Nov 28, 2019

Avoid Being Charged for Accounting Software you Don’t use

Questions to Ask About Your Accounting Software An excellent recent report from Big Four accounting giant Deloitte’s Center for Consumer Insight analyzes the decision-making process of consumers in today’s marketplace. “In many ways the consumer of today is like the consumer of yesterday,” the report concludes, “they are a creature of the pressures they are […]
Accounting, Accounting Software, QuickBooks Alternative
Nov 19, 2019

Understanding Online Accounting Software Tiers

How Much Software Do I Need? Head to the pricing page for any popular business software, including our own online accounting software, and you’re likely to find a number of different options. While these offerings vary in price and feature set, they usually offer the same essential product. In other words, one user’s experience on […]
Accounting, Accounting Software, Business Software
Oct 16, 2019

The Top 3 Reasons Why Small Business Owners Need Accounting Software

The amount of software solutions available to small business owners is enough to make anyone’s head spin. From all-encompassing services that purport to do a little of everything to niche options that perform the most specific of functions, there’s not a segment of the spectrum that isn’t covered. CRM, ERP, word processing, graphic design, marketing, […]
Accounting
Aug 27, 2019

What’s Constraining Your Success?

In his 1984 book The Goal, Eliyahu M. Goldratt introduces a management concept called the theory of constraints (TOC). TOC was first developed within the framework of manufacturing but has since been applied to all types of businesses.