How Good Bookkeeping Means Smooth Sailing for Small Business

For most businesses, the 2014 books are closed and the tax season is over. As we race up to the halfway point in this year, it’s the perfect time to review your accounting practices to make sure your business will be able to sail successfully through 2015.  

A recent Forbes article discussed how proper accounting provides a solid foundation for every business. Achieving goals, like higher profits, or expansion, comes more easily with a proper accounting system in place. Growing your business is a bit like expanding a house: You wouldn’t renovate your home on a crumbling foundation, and you don’t want to do that with your business. Good accounting practices serve as the basis for financial performance and reaching your business goals.  

Analyzing your company’s financials can be quite time consuming, which is why more and more businesses are outsourcing these needs to a professional bookkeeper. Not only does this free up time to run your business, but it ensures that bookkeeping gets the expert focus it needs.

By taking time now to be sure your small business has the proper bookkeeping processes, it will be easier to track – and reach – your financial goals. An added benefit is knowing you can count on a more streamlined tax season next spring. Our Bookkeepers Plus outsourced bookkeeping and accounting solutions help you get out from under the tasks and let you get back to what you do best—running your business! Contact me today to learn more.

Tony Solgard, President of Bookkeepers Plus

Tony Solgard, President of Bookkeepers Plus

Tony Solgard, a QuickBooks Certified ProAdvisor, is president of Bookkeepers Plus, located in Cape Coral and Bonita Springs, Florida. His professional bookkeeping services support businesses across Southwest Florida and nationwide. With the Bookkeepers Plus blog, Tony helps business owners understand the ins and outs of bookkeeping, explains why accounting details are important to their success, and shares his experienced advice to help them do it right. Tony also provides tips to maximize your use of QuickBooks.

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