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  • Building Cash Reserves
    on Mar 26, 2011 in Accounting
    Building a financial cushion for your business is never easy. Experts say that businesses should have anywhere from six to nine months worth of income safely stored away in the bank. If you're a business grossing $250,000 per month, the mere thought...
  • Quasar software
    on Mar 26, 2011 in Accounting
    Accounting has become more and more complex as have the businesses that use accounting functions. Fortunately, there are several excellent software packages that can help you manage this important function. Quasar is one such package.All versions of...
  • Depreciation
    on Mar 25, 2011 in Accounting
    Depreciation is a term we hear about frequently, but don't really understand. It's an essential component of accounting however. Depreciation is an expense that's recorded at the same time and in the same period as other accounts. Long-term operating...
  • Investing and financing
    on Mar 25, 2011 in Accounting
    Another portion of the statement of cash flows reports the investment that the company took during the reporting year. New investments are signs of growing or upgrading the production and distribution facilities and capacity of the business. Disposin...
  • Depreciation reporting
    on Mar 25, 2011 in Accounting
    In an accountant's reporting systems, depreciation of a business's fixed assets such as its buildings, equipment, computers, etc. is not recorded as a cash outlay. When an accountant measures profit on the accrual basis of accounting, he or she count...
  • Balance sheet
    on Mar 24, 2011 in Accounting
    A balance sheet is a quick picture of the financial condition of a business at a specific period in time. The activities of a business fall into two separate groups that are reported by an accountant. They are profit-making activities, which includes...
  • Revenue and receivables
    on Mar 24, 2011 in Accounting
    In most businesses, what drives the balance sheet are sales and expenses. In other words, they cause the assets and liabilities in a business. One of the more complicated accounting items are the accounts receivable. As a hypothetical situation, imag...
  • Inventory and expenses
    on Mar 24, 2011 in Accounting
    Inventory is usually the largest current asset of a business that sells products. If the inventory account is greater at the end of the period than at the start of the reporting period, the amount the business actually paid in cash for that inventory...
  • Assets and Liabilities
    on Mar 23, 2011 in Accounting
    Making a profit in a business is derived from several different areas. It can get a little complicated because just as in our personal lives, business is run on credit as well. Many businesses sell their products to their customers on credit. Account...
  • Making a Profit
    on Mar 23, 2011 in Accounting
    Accountants are responsible for preparing three primary types of financial statements for a business. The income statement reports the profit-making activities of the business and the bottom-line profit or loss for a specified period. The balance she...
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