Accounting: How Can A Company Recover From Less Than Predicted Quarterly Earnings?

Jun 11th, 2013 | By

Presenting an end-of-quarter earnings report can be a thankless task if all the lines are trending down. Having a few ideas on recovering from lower-than-expected quarterly earnings can help keep things in perspective when you’re facing a table of worried executives. A look at collection strategies, expenses, and your company’s most profitable customer base can
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How to Manage Debt While Growing Your Business

Nov 13th, 2012 | By

Managing your business can take most of your time, however, if you have a ton of debt, it can divert your focus. Instead of finding and implementing solutions to grow your business, you are constantly worrying about where you are financially. To achieve a healthy balance of paying down your debt while focusing on the
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Pros and Cons of Outsourcing Your Accounting Needs

Oct 10th, 2012 | By

Whether you deal in plastics manufacturing, sheet metal fabrication or commercial cleaning, your B2B company has to find a way to manage its books. For some businesses, this means an in-house accountant or accounting department, depending on the company size. For others, it means finding a qualified bookkeeping service to which it can outsource its
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Why B2Bs Should Accept Credit Cards

Sep 18th, 2012 | By

Are you running a company that works with other businesses and are not yet accepting credit cards? If so, you are prematurely cutting out a significant portion of your market before even getting started. In today’s Internet-based world, electronic payment through online accounts and credit cards is essentially the norm du jour. The idea of
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