Getting Started with QuickBooks for Business

January 3, 2019

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Keeping your business accounts in check is one of the most important parts of running your business. Your business’s finances are going to dictate everything from the way you pay your employees, to how your business makes money, and, in the end, how successful you will be. After all, without generating revenue, your company will behave more like a hobby than a true business. QuickBooks is a great tool for staying on top of your company’s finances, so we’re going to talk about getting started with it today for those of you who have never used it.

What is QuickBooks?

QuickBooks is a collection of software that is used to address a variety of accounting needs. You can pay bills, accept payment from customers, generate reports, prepare your taxes, manage your payroll, keep track of your inventory, and everything in between. Each and every one of these processes is essential to running a successful business and what may seem like small problems can lead to big disasters if small mistakes add up over time. Whether you’re operating a large company or you’re a business of one, knowing what your money is doing is essential.

Why Call a CPA for Help with QuickBooks?

Like all amazing items of technology, they’re only as useful as your understanding of them is strong. That is to say, if you don’t understand how to use the tool, it’s probably not going to be very useful. When it comes to getting the most out of a service like QuickBooks, you need to know that you understand how the software works so that you can actually use it. Otherwise, you’re going to create new problems to go along with your existing ones.

When you work with a CPA who knows QuickBooks, you’ll be getting more than just software setup help and more than accounting advice. You’ll be getting a comprehensive approach to your company’s finances and when we leave, you’ll have a strong foundation from which to grow.

Start Off With a Consult If You’re Not Sure

Before you commit to a new way of approaching your finances, we can work with you to answer your concerns and questions.. Consultations are a great way to see whether or not a service will work for you without committing to the entirety of the service. We will sit down with you and help you determine whether or not QuickBooks is right for you.

Ready to Make the Leap to QuickBooks?

If you think that making the switch to QuickBooks is right for your business, then contact us today. We can talk you through your options and even get you set up when you’re ready to take the plunge. Contact us today for more information and to set up an appointment to learn more.

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