Tag Archives: Financial statement

Leverage Bookkeeping To Work On Your Business, Not In Your Business

Today the typical business executive is overwhelmed with the demands to maintain accurate accounting records and produce timely financial reporting. Your time spent on entering, reviewing and publishing financial data is time lost for working ON the business. Would you … Continue reading

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Impress Your Lender With Organized Financial Reporting

Bookkeeping and accounting services exist for the sole purpose of working with financial records. Business executives and owners can leverage their expertise to promote a better business life. The great thing about organized financial records and professional financial statements is … Continue reading

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Financial Statement Portraits: Are You Over Exposed?

What do photography and business financial statements have in common?  Each captures an image; landscapes for digital artists and financial landscapes for business executives. Financial statements are either snapshots or time lapsed accounting images. The balance sheet captures a moment … Continue reading

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Four Essential Accounting Principles For Executives

Many business executives have a hole in their basic accounting education. Either they forgot what they learned in b-school or never got formal accounting training. A business leader that doesn’t know what they don’t know is in a dangerous position. … Continue reading

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How to Clean Up Your Financial Records and Polish Your Business

MF Global misplaced $600 million.  How did that happen? The business world runs on numbers. But not all businesspeople are great at collecting, storing, retrieving and publishing their financial figures. Each executive must decide what is best for their business. … Continue reading

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