Posts Tagged ‘QuickBooks help’

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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QuickBooks Money Saving Tip

During these hot summer months the idea of turning off the computer, silencing the cell phone and escaping to somewhere cooler or tropical sounds appealing.  But, we live in an automated world, reachable 24/7 virtually anywhere.  As a small business owner on holiday, do you find that you’re never really “off work”? Sometimes us bookkeepers gaze out the window and remember a simpler time; reminiscing about what it truly meant to be off the grid.  *sigh*  It was the good ol’ days.   But then we turn our attention back to the business at hand and realize the beauty of automation […]

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Two Sets of Eyes – Looking Out For Your Business

Two Sets of Eyes – Looking Out For Your Business

ProLedge proudly offers professional and affordable bookkeeping services and Quickbooks help to small businesses across Texas with offices in Austin, Dallas, Houston and San Antonio.  We understand the importance and difficulty in finding a competent set of eyes to successfully manage Quickbooks.  So, at ProLedge, we decided to give our clients two sets of eyes, you know, for peace of mind. We structure our client bookkeeping support system with an Account Manager and a Staff Bookkeeper.  This double-check system keeps things from slipping through the cracks.  Your books are primarily worked on by the Staff Bookkeeper to keep your cost […]

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MVP Spotlight: Worry-Free Bookkeeping

MVP Spotlight: Worry-Free Bookkeeping

Carol Ezell joined the ProLedge family less than two years ago.  With over 20 years of accounting experience, Carol is a strong weapon in the ProLedge arsenal providing confident experience, sincerity and know-how to our client base.  We asked Carol to share some of her knowledge of the business and spotlight what makes ProLedge a unique and effective bookkeeping solution for the small business community. Q: Give a brief description of the day-to-day responsibilities of an Account Manager at ProLedge. A: As an Account Manager I am responsible for all aspects of the client relationship.  I am available to serve […]

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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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Saving bookkeeping costs. Tip #2: Identify your proper level of involvement

By Patrick Bonnaure, ProLedge founder. If you want to outsource your bookkeeping function, don’t fall into the temptation of delegating the whole thing to your bookkeeper and turn it into a black box. That’s the best way to let bookkeeping services costs creep up. It has nothing to do with your bookkeeper taking advantage of you. It’s just that bookkeeping services can’t be performed efficiently without some form of proactive involvement form the business owner. Small business owners decide to outsource their bookkeeping for many different reasons ranging from “I’m too busy to manage the books” to “I need QuickBooks […]

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QuickBooks Online vs Hosted QuickBooks

By Patrick Bonnaure, ProLedge founder. You may have heard of SAAS. It stands for Software as a Service. It’s essentially any application that you use that is hosted remotely and that you use through a web browser. There are thousands of SAAS applications out there and most likely, you already use many of them, such as Gmail, Salesforce.com, etc… Bookkeeping applications have been moving to SAAS very quickly over the past few years, mainly for medium and large size companies. For medium size companies and for small businesses with sophisticated needs, there are great choices out there, including Intacct and […]

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