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    eCommerce Businesses Can Relieve the Amazon Headache

    Feeling overwhelmed – yet grateful  for all those Amazon transactions? We have clients that spend hours and hours reconciling their Amazon orders, fees, inventory and payments manually in QuickBooks. We also see eCommerce businesses hiring someone solely dedicated to manually connecting Amazon transactions with QuickBooks.

    1099-K Tips for Reconciling eCommerce Payments

    We are seeing 1099-K audits for 2-4 years ago that are extremely time consuming. If you are accepting credit cards and receive a 1099-K from your merchant service provider (PSE), here is some helpful advice.

    Webgility's Unify - Save Time, Streamline Orders & More!

    As an eCommerce business, you know how complex the back-end coordination can be: this effort is the root of all your operations. Trying to tie all of your ordering processes and connect them to an efficient inventory management system is a big enough task. Then having to connect all this to invoicing and bookkeeping in your accounting software is another challenge.

    The 11 Biggest Mistakes eCommerce Businesses Make & How to Avoid Them

    eCommerce sales are predicted to reach nearly $500 billion by 2018 in the U.S., according to Forrester Research. We at BudgetEase are also seeing an increased need for bookkeeping assistance from eCommerce businesses due to the high volume of transactions and limitations on interfacing between software programs.

    eCommerce Start-up Fuels Gamers While Navigating Inventory Controls & Shipping Costs to Drive Profit Margins

    Twin brothers Max & Zach Zitney founded JerkyXP in 2013 out of a passion for competitive online gaming and providing socially safe snacks. With just $1,200, the brothers launched a beef jerky business out of their college dorm.

    4 Must-Dos When Starting an eCommerce Business

    This is part one in our blog series "Transitioning to eCommerce: A Bookkeeper's Perspective." Read part two here.

    You have a great idea for an eCommerce business. Our eCommerce clients are doing amazingly well.  Here are 4 things we see to guarantee smooth sailing when starting an eCommerce business:

    Transitioning to eCommerce: A Bookkeeper's Perspective (Part 2)

    Are you considering taking your business online?  An established distributor who now is moving into the eCommerce realm called me. She was concerned that QuickBooks Desktop would not be able to meet the needs of her WordPress website based eCommerce business. She is representing 11 manufacturers and never takes possession of the inventory. Customer orders will be for products from multiple companies. She wanted to know how she will process orders without purchasing an expensive program.