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Mobile Apps To Help Your Business Accounts

Posted by on Jul 13, 2016 in Blog

Mobile Apps To Help Your Business Accounts

Your business accounts can be easily facilitated and often improved with the regular use of a range of different mobile apps. The benefits of having access to your records on your phone are obvious, and being able to check in from anywhere is the new normal. If you are just dipping your toe in, it is worth having a few ideas about what is around, so you can choose what will be most useful for you, out of what is available. Reckon One is a good starter out of the gate, as it allows users to keep track of billable time, as well as provide invoices directly to clients from a mobile location. There are also tools to record payments received and bills becoming due, with regular bank reconciliation also an option. All these functions could be useful to a range of growing businesses, consultants or professionals. Quick Books is a favourite of those who like to be able to access data through a host of connected devices. This allows people on the go to be able to conduct business in a fluid fashion. Users can connect with clients, offer quotes, accept jobs, and supply invoices in a seamless...

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How To Save Money By Breaking Your Bad Bookkeeping Habits

Posted by on Mar 27, 2013 in Blog

How To Save Money By Breaking Your Bad Bookkeeping Habits

As a small business owner you are always on the lookout for ways to save money. Saving money can help most of us to avoid unnecessary debt and extra costs such as interest charges. What many people do not realise is that bad bookkeeping habits can be very costly and drastically reduce the funds that you have available for savings. If you practice bad bookkeeping habits for very long, you may even lose your financial security and possibly your business. The following are some bad bookkeeping habits that you absolutely must break if you wish to obtain financial independence and security. Plan Ahead Have a plan to do your books and keep up with your accounts on a regular and timely basis. The old saying “those who fail to plan, plan to fail” is very true when it comes to bookkeeping. If you put off your accounts too long you will find yourself rushing to compile your records at the last minute. Being rushed leads to costly mistakes and errors that should have been easily avoided. If It Isn’t Broke, Don’t Break It You know, it’s not up to you to single-handedly keep the major software developers in business....

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