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Learn to do Your Own Accounting From Day One

The thought of doing your own bookkeeping is pretty daunting right? That’s the general consensus. Having your own business involves enough work as it is. Why not just leave the accounting bit to the professionals. Fair enough. If you never want to deal with tax offices and worry about learning financials so be it. But you would be surprised how easy it can be.

These days there are superb accounting package and courses. You can sort out your tax online. Even the small things like recording invoice amounts into an excel sheet can save you precious time and money with … Read more at 2009 Tax.

Common Bookkeeping Mistakes That Weigh Down On Business Profits

Bookkeeping serves as a foundation for sound financial decision making and planning and therefore it is essential that financial records are kept up-to-date. Some businesses procrastinate the mundane process of maintaining financial records because it involves a lot of time and effort. When this happens, it is better to find a bookkeeper so that you can get more time to concentrate on core business activities. Some common bookkeeping mistakes that can be avoided by paying more attention are as follows:

Inaccurate Record Keeping

Business managers can lose important receipts or ignore small expenses that seem insignificant to them and this … Read more at 2009 Tax.

How to Choose an Accountant

Due to the necessity for accurate book-keeping, many businesses outsource their accounting needs to a proven and successful chartered accountant.  Many businesses choose to employ an in-house accountant, which is also a successful strategy, depending on the size of the business. There are several key points to consider when choosing an accountant, four of which are detailed below.

Credentials: It is important that your chosen accountant is suitable educated in their field. They must be appropriately qualified to do the job you employ them for; you don’t want an accountant that is daunted by your books or intimidated by … Read more at 2009 Tax.

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