Monthly Archives: April 2013

Giving QuickBooks a Spring Cleaning

Spring is a good time to clean up and slim down QuickBooks and its data.
It’s spring and nicer weather and signs of new life seem to make people want to spruce up their surroundings. Continue reading

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Seven Strategies to Put the Spring into Your Sales

Spring is here and that’s the perfect time to try something new in your business to make things fresh. Here are seven ideas to try in your business; pick the one that’s most likely to put the spring in your sales. Continue reading

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Five Ways to Protect your Money

As entrepreneurs, we work hard for our money, and the last thing we need is to have it disappear due to fraud, hackers, or identity theft. Some people have called 2013 the year of the hacker, which is worrisome. But you’re far more likely to experience risks with disgruntled or financially desperate employees and contractors. And small businesses have a higher risk because it’s harder to segregate financial duties. Mistakes happen, too, and when they do it can be costly to get them corrected. Continue reading

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Profitability by Type of Customer

When evaluating what’s working well in your business and what’s not, one of the aspects I like to view is what Types of customers are most profitable for me. If I can narrow down the types of customers that are profitable, I can streamline my workflow, simplify my marketing, become known in those industries, and increase my bottom line. Continue reading

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