Monthly Archives: November 2018

Is It Time For a Change

Is it time to make a change with your bookkeeping and accounting products? As you get near the end of 2018, it’s a good time to evaluate whether or not you need to make some changes. Here are some questions to help you decide if you need to make some changes regarding the Intuit products: Continue reading

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Optimize Your Revenue Mix for More Profitability in 2019

Many small business owners focus on generating more revenue every year, and that’s a great objective. But not all income is created equally. If you have more than one type of division/service and/or service/product, then it’s worthwhile taking a closer look at the profitability of each. Continue reading

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Year-End Review and Planning

While you still have 2 more months to generate income (and expenses), you probably have a somewhat good idea of your year-end numbers. As you look back over your year, take the time to list what worked – and what didn’t. Here are a few recommendations to help you review 2017 so you can plan for 2018 Continue reading

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Determining Your Most Profitable Sales

It’s time to review your sales to see where you were most profitable in 2018 and see what changes, if any, you’ll make for 2019. When looking at profitability, there are a few different factors you can review using QuickBooks. So here are 5 areas to consider. Continue reading

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What’s In Your Top 20?

You’re probably familiar with the Pareto Principle, which states that 80% of your results come from 20% of your work. Have you ever stopped to look at the Top 20 in your business? You can identify the top 20% of your customers, types of customers, products/services, sales reps, expenses, etc. in QuickBooks. While it won’t always be an 80/20, you can still see what floats to the top and bottom. Take a look! Continue reading

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