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Quickbooks Tips: Setting Up Your Custom Preferences

QuickBooks is your best tool for organizing, managing, and analyzing your business’s finances. A big part of using this software effectively to manage these aspects of your business is choosing and implementing the right preferences in QuickBooks. Though this can be overwhelming when you’re just getting started, The CFO Source is a valuable business accounting resource in our […]

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Quickbooks Tips: Offsetting Payables Against Receivables

QuickBooks is the ideal solution for organizing, managing, and analyzing your business’s finances. Understanding how offset payables against receivables in business accounting can be overwhelming if you aren’t familiar with this software, but The CFO Source is a valuable resource that’s here to help. If your business has both payables and receivables due to and […]

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5 Year-End Accounting Tips for Your Small Business

As 2019 comes to a close, you may be looking ahead to 2020 but your small business can benefit by taking some time at the end of the year to take care of some simple accounting tasks. It’s important to go into the next year with a good understanding of where your small business stands. […]

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3 Commonly Asked Questions About QuickBooks

QuickBooks has been around for years and continues to be improved to make it better and better for business owners. This accounting software helps businesses in all different industries to more easily manage their sales, inventory, accounting, and more. We’ve answered the most common questions about QuickBooks, so read on to find out more. Q: […]

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How Can You Stay on Top of Your Business’s Finances?

Managing all of the aspects of your company can be overwhelming. Don’t let managing your company’s finances be a responsibility that gets pushed aside or neglected. Instead, follow these tips to make a typically time-consuming business task more efficient. Tips for Managing Your Business’s Finances Categorize Your Expenses – In order to better visualize and […]

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Getting Started with a CPA

What does a Certified Public Accountant do, exactly? How can you benefit from their services? Where can you find an expert CPA in Maryland? If you’ve ever been curious about any of these things, you’ve come to the right place! Let’s learn more about CPAs and what they can do for you. What is a […]

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Are You at Risk for Employee Fraud?

When we think of business fraud and corruption, we usually think of scandals at the top by large companies and big name people; Bernie Madoff and Enron come to mind. But in reality, small and mid-sized businesses are actually more susceptible to fraud, and the effects can be even more devastating. Of course you never […]

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Getting Help with Bank Funding

In most cases, getting funding from a bank for a small business start up is extremely difficult. Banks see too much risk when considering a start up and often refuse to loan the money as they don’t see any return on their investment. But it doesn’t have to be impossible. Let’s look at some ways […]

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