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8 Ways to Get Your Invoicing Done Quickly

Those of you providing snow services, I know how you scramble to get those invoices out the door so you can get the cash coming in!  And for those of you who will start getting really busy soon, it’s important … Continue reading

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8 Ways to Get Your Invoicing Done Quickly

Those of you providing snow services, I know how you scramble to get those invoices out the door so you can get the cash coming in!  And for those of you who will start getting really busy soon, it’s important … Continue reading

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QuickBooks Desktop vs. QuickBooks Online

If you’re in a desktop version of QuickBooks (Pro/Premier/Enterprise) you may be wondering if it would be better to move to QuickBooks Online (QBO) so you have remote access and because 3rd party products are saying Desktop QuickBooks (QBDT) is … Continue reading

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8 Ways to Get Your Invoicing Done Quickly

Those of you providing snow services, know how you scramble to get those invoices out the door so you can get the cash coming in. And for those of you who will start getting really busy soon, it’s important not … Continue reading

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8 Ways to Get Your Invoicing Done Quickly

Getting invoices done quickly not only helps bring the cash in from your customers faster, but improves productivity and can reduce overhead. While 15 minutes a day doesn’t seem like much, if you work 48 weeks a year (52 minus 2 weeks’ vacation and 10 holidays), 15 minutes a day is 60 hours a year. Just think what you or an employee can do with that extra time. Additional billable work, another sales call, or clocking out sooner. Financially, it’s $600/year for an employee making $10/hour , $1500 at $25/hour, $6000 for someone at $100/hour! Continue reading

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