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5 Quick Accounting Tips for Your Businesses

Accounting for your business is just as important as the services you perform and the products you provide. Without ample accounting sense, it won’t matter how great your company may seem; it will inevitably suffer in the long term.

Here are some quick tips for accounting practices for your business—big or small.

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Automate What You Can

Data entry can be a time consuming process that may take away from other important tasks your employees are performing. Rather than adding another task to their plate, automate your expense reports within an application like Quickbooks to ensure they’re done in a timely fashion.

The other benefit of working with automated reports is you can greatly reduce the probability of human error. Even the best employees make mistakes now and then, and though computers aren’t perfect either, they’re certainly better with numbers.

Invoices, transactions, and other forms of data can also be integrated seamlessly into Quickbooks. For example, if you use a Square to take payments, they will automatically upload all of your transaction data on a daily basis so you can spend more time not uploading those transactions.

Stay on Top of Your Accounting

Even with automated reporting, you’ll still need to check in with your accounts as your business continues to operate. In fact, you should check in with your accounts at least once a week to ensure you’re abreast of what is happening. Staying in the know with your business is essential for making informed decisions about the future of your company.

Call on a Professional

Sometimes matters are better left to the professionals. This can certainly be true of accounting. After all, good accounting is about more than just staring at the bottom line. You need to know about tax laws and nuances, which can be overwhelming to the uninformed. Though you may feel like you’re saving a dollar, a proper accountant can save you that dollar and then some when tax time comes around.

Check in with Your Workforce

When you’re on top of the world, it can be difficult to remember the little people on the ground. Your workforce knows your business intimately. They may have insights on how you can save money. Not only that, but keep track of their wages, overtime, and benefits.

Track Down Outstanding Invoices

It happens to the best of us. Invoices get sent out and then life happens. It’s easy to forget about an invoice here or there when you aren’t keeping track of them. However, this can be a major problem for your company because every invoice that isn’t being paid is money you aren’t receiving. Businesses need money to function properly, so make sure you’re getting paid.

CFO Source Can Help You with Accounting

If you need help with any aspect of accounting, CFO Source can help you. We have the experience to handle tax season, outstanding accounts, and any other financial complications you can throw at us.

Give us a call at 443-487-7733 to learn more about how we can help you.

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"We struggled for several years with high turnover in our bookkeeper position, which resulted in missed billings and duplicate payments. Craig Kershaw was able to locate a high caliber person who quickly took over the accounting and is now helping to expand the business into new markets. I no longer worry about whether my accounting is being done properly."

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