Lesson from a Snowstorm

On Friday night, out here in Burlington, we had a bit of snow. Not a lot of snow, by any stretch of the imagination, but more than everyone was expecting, and really the first one of the 2012 winter season. My daughter’s school bus was running several hours late because of the weather and all […]

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QuickBooks Tips and Tricks: Setting Up Your Chart of Accounts

One of the most important things in working with QuickBooks or any type other type of accounting software is using the right set of accounts to track your financial information. The following information relates to QuickBooks Premier Accounting Software, but the guidelines really can apply to any accounting software program, whether it is Simply Accounting […]

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Bookkeepers Anonymous – “Hi my name is John. I am a business owner, and I still do my own bookkeeping.”

As business owners, we are constantly pulled in a multitude of directions. We are salespeople, human resource managers, IT professionals, bookkeepers, janitors and marketing managers. Almost a year ago, Steve and I hired a business coach, Dan Holstein, of ActionCoach Business Coaching. To be honest it was a tough decision. With more than 40 years […]

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