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Small Business & Bookkeeping – Time Tracking

Let me start with an apology. I am sorry I didn’t post last week. I want to jump right into it because with all the talk about COVID-19 and employers moving to a virtual working environment, this post is NECESSARY. By now employees are being clocked via badges issued so that when they scan it […]

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Small Business & Bookkeeping – HubDoc

For small businesses, automation is a MAJOR key to succeeding. When you have to do everything on your own, having some powerful tools in your tech stack (software and apps used to run your business) to alleviate a lot of the data entry can be LIFE CHANGING. One of the tools that should be in […]

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Small Business & Bookkeeping – Choosing Software

Switching from spreadsheets to accounting software is a big deal and you want to first and foremost ensure you are getting the software that fits your BUSINESS needs. With cloud accounting software becoming increasingly more popular, it gives you another option to consider when switching to a computerized accounting software. Let’s discuss the options available. […]

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Efficiency: ACH for Rent Payments

In part two of the Efficiency series, I am going to discuss rent payments; specifically the most efficient way to receive payments that can “kill two birds with one stone” for your rental business. First let’s discuss the most common ways rent is paid. Cash – This method is a bit antiquated but still acceptable. […]

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Schedule C & E: Using These Forms for the Setup of Your Accounting System

Depending upon your entity type and industry for your business, setting up the books for bookkeeping can be quite simple. For the purpose of this post I am going to discuss the two setups I am most familiar with. The first is based upon theĀ IRS Form Schedule C. Page one of the form handles the […]

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QuickBooks for Property Management: Owner/Tenant Workflow

Now that we have classes, tenants, and owners all set up, it is time to talk how these three things will flow together. The workflow for property management does not have to be daunting. The goal is to make it simple, easy to follow, and repeatable. Let’s dive right in! Step 1: Assessing Rent Charges […]

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QuickBooks for Property Management – Owners

As many of us know, there are several schools of thought on the best processes for any business when using QuickBooks. Property Management is no different. In this series you have learned about using classes and the best practices for setting up a class as well as how to set up your tenants. Like these […]

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QuickBooks for Property Management – Work Orders

Maintenance requests. YIKES! For most landlords and property managers this can be a MAJOR headache. Establishing a smooth, easy to follow process from the beginning can fulfill a request with ease! Once a maintenance request is received, the landlordĀ  or property manager completes a Work Order. There are many steps but like all things, repetition […]

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