Posts Tagged ‘small business owner’

Customers Are Doing Their Homework

As a small business owner I’m sure you spend quite a bit of time pondering your customers’ purchase-research and buying habits.  After all, knowing what makes your phone ring and what factors play a role in making the sell are worth their weight in gold. As a professional service provider, ProLedge is continuously evaluating our digital assets, processes and employee-client relationships to make sure we’re providing exceptional bookkeeping services.  We want to share some recent findings with our fellow professional services organizations (i.e accounting, marketing, legal, consulting, construction, architectural and tech firms). Hinge Marketing conducted a study of over 1,000 […]

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New Year. Better Books.

Happy New Year! As you dive back into the grind, we encourage you to avoid “business as usual”.  It’s a new year and an opportunity to do things better and with efficiency.  At ProLedge, our business is built around providing timely, efficient and quality bookkeeping services. If you’re considering outsourcing your accounting needs, give us a call for a free consultation – after you read what some of our clients have to say about us. It has been great working with ProLedge. Their service is timely and their quality of work is great. The people are very friendly and customer […]

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Develop Good Bookkeeping Habits in the New Year

It’s not easy growing a small business, so pat yourself on the back as you wrap up 2013 and reflect on your business’ successes.  Of course, 2014 is only days away and as a dynamic small business owner it’s important for you to examine and fine-tune your daily operations to make sure you’re delivering your products and services in the best possible way. Keeping good books is one of the most important “behind the scenes” operations you can hone.  ProLedge would like to encourage you to start the year off with these good bookkeeping habits: Record your receipts and invoices […]

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DEADLINES.

DEADLINE.  It’s a loaded word with an ominous connotation.  In the world of bookkeeping, the only thing that can make the word any more threatening is to throw “IRS” in front of it. Another critical IRS deadline is fast approaching for those that requested a 6-month extension and many small business owners continue to wait until the last minute to get their books in order to file taxes by the October 15 deadline. This habit of procrastinating is equally demanding and stressful for not only the business owner, but also the company’s bookkeeper. Save this government link for important tax […]

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Client Involvement for Balanced Books and Peace of Mind

We recently discussed knowing when it’s time to turn over your bookkeeping services to an in-house or outsourced bookkeeping expert and the ways to keep costs low and processes efficient.  It’s now important to discuss what your role as a small business owner should be in the same light – after all, keeping costs down and processes efficient is a two-way street. As a small business owner you’ve likely outsourced your bookkeeping for one of the following reasons: You’re too busy. You need QuickBooks help. You don’t know enough about accounting. You’re a start-up that can’t afford mistakes as you […]

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