While you may not be able to pay your credit card in full each month, there is one easy way to avoid an unnecessary late fee.
Have you ever gulped when you’ve seen the balance on your credit card? I think we’ve all been there, especially when we’re trying to hit the minimum spend on a new travel rewards card. Luckily, Debitize has your back!
Did you know there is a report that can help to easily reconcile the PayPal account in QuickBooks Online?
Recently, I’ve been reading . Its articles take a straightforward approach to managing finances. It’s not an investing guide and isn’t focused on the latest buzzwords of the personal-finance sector. Instead,...
If you’re a small business owner, chances are you care about most about the following three details when it comes to bookkeeping, accounting and filing taxes:
“You have to amend last year’s tax return,” I said to a new bookkeeping client. It was early May and I was going through our Deep Dive 25 checklist for a new client. During this audit, I discovered that the current bookkeeper never did December.
One of the most common things we’ve heard from small business owners is that they aren’t sure how things are with the bookkeeping. There are some who believe everything is fine…and there are others who have a nagging sense that things aren’t quite right.
Business owners who outsource their bookkeeping and accounting need to grant their accountant access to QuickBooks Online. This post explains how to do it.
Some time ago, I posted in a Facebook group for virtual assistants that I was looking to hire for a small project that had a quick turnaround. I had also been considering hiring an executive assistant, so in the back of mind, I was simultaneously reviewing submissions to see if I could find someone who may be a good fit as a long-term assistant.
These suggestions can help increase your odds of being considered for a project, help you retain existing clients and become a professional worth referring.