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    There May Be Additional COVID-19 Economic Relief in Sight

    As COVID-19 rages on, there are additional relief packages being considered in the Senate. Among them are The Health, Economic Assistance, Liability Protection and Schools (“HEALS”) Act and the “HEROES ACT,” short for the Health and Economic Recovery Omnibus Emergency Solutions Act.

    Easy Does It -- Bookkeeping Catch-up One Month at a Time

    We are approaching the time of the year when small businesses look at their books and realize they are behind, and in some cases, really behind. The knee-jerk reaction is to start adding and reconciling transactions all at once. Best practice indicates otherwise. We recommend you take a step back and do one month at a time.

    The Second Step to Starting a Small Business or Startup

    The first step to starting a small business or startup can be found here.

    As a bookkeeper, I am sharing some insights to maintain sound financial records. These are steps to put you on strong financial footing. Having a product or service that is demanded, building the right team, and finding customers are all very important – possibly more important is...

    The First Step to Starting a Small Business or Startup

    Step 1: Set up a Business Checking Account

    You have a wonderful idea for a new business. You have tested your idea and it is going to work. You have even roughed out a budget and the idea is financially viable.

    New business owners forget one crucial step – setting up a checking account for their business. Even if you do not yet have an Employer Identification Number (EIN) you can set up a separate account under your Social Security number. 

    Setting up an eCommerce Business: Start with the End in Mind

    There are many moving parts in an eCommerce business. As if monitoring sales on several different platforms isn’t confusing enough, add managing inventory, taxes, payroll, and marketing. All of this can be overwhelming if you don’t have processes in place to manage your eCommerce business.

    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?

    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.

    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:

    How Vacations Make YOU Profitable

    It is known that most Americans leave several days of vacation on the table each year, but what about the business owners? We rarely break away from our beloved business for evenings and weekends, let alone a few weekdays. Pride and passion drive our vision, mission and ideally a strong bottom line. And this year, with normal vacations being cancelled and many people operating out of their homes full-time, it may be more important than ever to just give your mind a little space.

    Here are few reasons why you should give yourself permission to vacation:

    Bookkeeping for Small Businesses Tip: How to Save Money

    For small businesses, every penny needs to be put to use in the smartest way possible. Here are a couple of tips to help you make those critical dollars stretch.

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