Monthly Archives: November 2013

Can Intuit Merchant Services Boost Your Bottom Line or Save You Time?

By now, you probably have a pretty clear idea of what your company’s goals for 2014 are. “Make more money” is likely one of them. There are plenty of ways to go about that, but if you’re not yet accepting credit and debit card payments, maybe it’s time to re-think that. And if you are not using the Intuit Merchant Services, this is a good time of year to at least look to see if you could benefit. Continue reading

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Six Best Practice Account Payable Tips for a Smoother Cash Flow

Watching the cash balance is one of the most frequent activities of a small business owner. Besides making sure you have enough cash for payroll and bills, there is another huge opportunity you can benefit from: lowering the cost of processing your bills. It can be expensive and time-consuming to process bills and handle the paperwork involved. We’ll take a look at a few of the many ways you can streamline your accounts payable processing costs in this article. Continue reading

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Save Time with These Payroll Products

Payroll is one of those aspects of business that many are reluctant to change, but it’s worth evaluating from time to time and this is a good time of year to do it. If you decide to make a change, you have time to be up and running with your new payroll system by the first of the year (or sooner if you want). Continue reading

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Tracking Small Business Vitals in QuickBooks

In our other article, we discussed metrics that are indicators of your business’ financial health. So here are some suggestions that might help you get to those vitals quickly using QuickBooks. Continue reading

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