Category Archives: About Bookkeeping

Do I Really Need to Save all My Paper Receipts?

The electronic era we live in has it’s good sides and it’s bad–but this time, I can report happily, that you can put 3/4 of your filing cabinets on Craig’s List and use the proceeds to invest in a good-quality … More…

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The Bookkeeper: Who’s “IT”?

I recently spoke in front of a group of entrepreneurs and investors (NBEIA) on the topic of who should do the bookkeeping for their businesses.  I thought I’d share it with all my readers by posting a link to my … More…

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When to Hire a Bookkeeper or Accountant

When QuickBooks takes you only so far, it’s time to bring in a financial pro. Entrepreneurs thrive on a DIY mentality: Do everything you can yourself and don’t pay for anything new until you have absolutely have to. It’s especially … More…

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QuickBooks Training Seminars are On the Calendar!

For everyone who has been begging, we have finally put our One-Hour QuickBooks Training Seminars for Business Owners on the calendar for everyone to feast on! We here at Your Bookeeper are in the business of doing bookkeeping for small businesses, … More…

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Bookkeeper Madness

Bookkeeper Madness Does Your Bookkeeper Really Know What They Are Doing? There’s no faster way to kill a business than to mishandle its finances. That’s why it’s surprising how often small business owners hand their books over to a bookkeeper … More…

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Should Your Bookkeeper be a Technophile?

For some, the task of finding good bookkeeper services to handle their daily business needs can be on a par with finding the holy grail. It’s a never-ending quest that rarely results in complete satisfaction. The big problem always seems to be … More…

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What is a P&L Statement (and why do you care?)

What is a Profit and Loss Statement? (and why do you care?) You get income. That’s good. You have expenses. That’s life. The object of the game is that your income is greater than your expenses. You already knew that. … More…

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