Posts Tagged ‘Accounts payable’

Bookkeeper Breakdown: What Does Your Growing Business Need?

As a growing small business owner, you might find the bookkeeping portion of running your business becoming more and more important… and complicated.  You know it’s time to bring in a professional, but you aren’t sure which direction to turn. You could hire a full-time bookkeeper.  And pay them a full-time salary with benefits to sit in your office everyday, get the work done, and then chat it up in the break room, IM with cohorts and play Candy Crush Saga on Facebook when there’s nothing left to do.  You could definitely do that.  Or, you could consider remote bookkeeping […]

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Accounts Payable Best Practices: How Can Your Bookkeeper Help?

In very small businesses, accounts payable (paying bills) can be fully managed by the business owner. Once the company grows, you need to get help for that. If you decide to bring in a bookkeeper, what components of the accounts payable process does it make sense to delegate to the bookkeper and how do you go about it?

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Accounts Payable Best Practices: When to Cut Corners

QuickBooks has a very robust Accounts Payable built-in application, however, depending on the needs and size of the small business, this feature might be overkill or insufficient. When does it make sense to use the QuickBooks built-in feature for Accounts Payable and what are the alternatives?

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