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    Client Spotlight Interview: Scorpacciata Pasta Co.

    We are pleased to introduce you to Peter Rueter, owner of Scorpacciata Pasta, LLC. and a BudgetEase customer since January 2020. If you are looking for authentic, handmade pasta or pizza look no further! Scorpacciata’s delicious meals are often a topic of conversation within the (virtual) office! Their attention to detail and passion for excellence is apparent in everything they offer.

    Our Favorite E-commerce Tool: Webgility

    Operating an e-commerce business means dealing with a lot of moving parts and invariably bookkeeping problems. The problem we see most often is organizing information stored in a number of different places, then consolidating it in one place to create useful data used to make insightful business decisions.

    Restructure QuickBooks to Get Better Reporting for Your Nonprofit

    We work with many nonprofits and understand the hurdles they face trying to grow their organization while effectively managing finances, including financial planning and reporting. Here are just two examples of how BudgetEase has helped nonprofits through its bookkeeping expertise.

    Top 10 QuickBooks Mistakes We See Most Often

    Whether using QuickBooks, QuickBooks Online, or a QuickBooks app, people make mistakes all the time. Listed below are the most common mistakes to watch out for. 

    Here are the top 10 QuickBooks mistakes we see most often:

    How to Make Your Small Business Profitable

    Every business owner is concerned with being profitable, particularly in this pandemic. Profit is not just the money you put in the bank. You need to cover the costs associated with being in business (rent, payroll, taxes, supplies, etc.). The amount left over is your profit margin. While there is no magic formula for making your small business profitable, there are several things you can do to increase your profit margin.

    How to Plan for Upcoming Expenses as a Small Business Owner

    One of the toughest aspects of being a business owner is planning for upcoming expenses when you are not in the habit of forecasting revenue and expenses. You may want to hire another employee, purchase new equipment, or expand the location of your business. Many of these expenses are necessary in order to grow your business, but how do you know if, or when, you can afford them?

    Client Spotlight Interview: Maid Brite

    Please meet Mary Jo Dean, owner of Maid Brite, and a BudgetEase customer since February 2016.  We have first hand experience with Maid Brite’s talented staff because we use their cleaning service and are always thrilled with the quality and thoroughness of their work. Mary Jo’s procedures and care for her team have been a winning combination to grow her business.

    10 Small Business Bookkeeping Tips for New Businesses

    When you finally decide to take the leap and hang your own shingle, you want to be sure you're doing everything the right way out of the gate. Your bookkeeping is one of those functions that starting out with best practices is going to save you a lot of headaches later on. Here are 10 tips to keep your books in order.

    5 Bookkeeping Mistakes to Avoid

    Our clients are amazing. Every day we applaud their tenacity, dedication and drive. We hear it all: the successes, the families they support, the struggles and the ugly! Sometimes the simplest decisions and the seemingly smart “shortcuts” aren’t the right answer.

    What Services Does BudgetEase Provide? [Video]

    Our very own George Dise shares all of the great services we offer at BudgetEase in our new video. Have a look:

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