As great as it would be if all customers were honest customers and paid what they owe every time, every once in awhile, you’re bound to run into a bad egg or two. Writing off bad business debts may require changing your business accounting up quite a bit, but in the end, you will likely find it highly useful for balancing income and loss.
The auto dealership industry is already a competitive and confusing market to begin with, so it’s even more frustrating when you miss out on hard-earned money you’ve worked for.
Tax season is upon us! It’s the time of year us mere mortals are tasked with decoding the alphabet soup that is IRS tax forms. There is the potential that things can sound even more confusing once you are no longer filing just a standard tax form.
Not so long ago, independent contracting was a much more fringe form of employment, oftentimes reserved for seasonal and freelance work.
When running a small business, you come across a lot of jargon being tossed around. You may hear words like “profit” and “profitability” and mistake them to mean the same thing.
The focus of Internal Audits (IA) is to diagnose the needs for compliance, risk management, and governance as it pertains to a companies purpose. IA has shifted from a team designed to provide assurance to a strategy group meant to meet the ever-changing landscape of business and technology.
Running a restaurant is a big deal. From menu planning to customer service to ensuring your employees are well paid and happy, living life in the restauranteur lane can be stressful. Add accounting and monthly sales figures into the mix, and you’ve got a recipe for a meltdown.
Small business owners—especially those just starting out—have a habit of ignoring detailed accounting, in many cases running the finances of the business in much the same way that they manage their personal checkbook.