Awhile back I wrote about three key financial statements that all businesses should be using. The folks over at TaxJar have written a more in-depth explanation of how to use those reports to make better business decisions.
When choosing a bank, there are four “bare bones” items things to consider.
If you’re like me, you don’t really like using something like Mint or Quicken to track your personal finances. I feel this way because:
Before I switched my personal finances to QuickBooks Online, I setup a macro-enabled Excel spreadsheet to track my finances. I used macros and VBA code to ensure things like all expenditures were subtracted from my bank account balance. (In other words, I used those features to dummy-proof the spreadsheet.)
I took my original Excel spreadsheet, added some instructions, and made it available as a free download on my website. I hope at least some of my website visitors find it useful. (Technical support is not included.)
I took a couple of weeks off from my blog to overhaul my website, help another business with a special project, and begin onboarding Alabama Boston Terrier Rescue as a new pro bono client. Check out the cool video I created for my home page.
Now that I’m finished with those projects, I’ll have time for writing blog posts and promoting my business.