Monthly Archives: February 2014

News for You

While much of what I learned and saw at the Intuit conference I’m not able to share yet due to my NDA (Non-disclosure Agreement) with Intuit, there is still plenty I can share. Continue reading

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How Safe Are Your Checks?

Although online banking is becoming more prevalent, traditional checks are still common for businesses. We mail them, carry them around with us, pay employees by check, and we assume the banks will help us in case of check problems. Continue reading

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QuickBooks Tools to Help You Forecast Cash Flow

Cash Flow is a concern with almost all businesses. While many think, “if only I were making more…”, remember that bigger businesses have cash flow issues too – they just have more zeroes in the numbers. Continue reading

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How to Avoid Seasonal Bumps in Your Cash Flow

Many businesses operate with seasonal peaks and valleys. Retail stores just completed their busy holiday season. Landscapers are at their slowest time of year (unless they live where there’s lots of snow). Construction contractors are busy when the weather is good. Accountants are very busy from January through April, but also experience a quarterly peak in July and October. Continue reading

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