Examining Expenses From Different Perspectives In Quickbooks

Examining Expenses From Different Perspectives In Quickbooks

It’s nearing the time of year when you start to review your numbers and plan
for next year. While your actual numbers differ from year to year, looking at percent of income
or expense or comparing which department or division did better (or worse) can be a good first
start. Percentages can help you budget for next year. Here are some examples in QuickBooks
to get the wheels turning.

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Four Areas Where Spending More Pays Off

Four Areas Where Spending More Pays Off

It’s generally a good idea to keep overhead costs low so that your business profits will be higher. This is especially true with items that are fairly standardized, such as utilities and rent. But there are times when increasing expenses pays yields nice dividends like investments. Here are four areas to consider so you can reap the rewards

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QuickBooks Enterprise Continues to Scale to Meet Customer Needs

QuickBooks Enterprise Continues to Scale to Meet Customer Needs

Intuit continues to add to and improve their Platinum and Diamond subscription products. The Diamond product is the Platinum version with additional products bundled for savings (the Diamond Package); TSheets, Assisted Payroll, and SalesForce CRM and can scale up to 40 users. So, here’s the rundown on the new and improved features of Platinum and Diamond Enterprise.

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Are there Riches in Niches?

Are there Riches in Niches?

In the beginning, we all take whatever business we can get. But after a while, you can start to identify who you like working with, the types of work you do, where you’re more profitable, your ideal customer, ideal division, ideal service… Many worry that if they niche, they will lose out on business because they won’t reach as many people. But actually it’s often just the opposite. When you take the time to niche, you’ll find that it simplifies your business and increases your profitability. Here’s why:

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