Clever Accounting is an online accounting software that is ideal for startups and small businesses.
Some of the latest figures show that an estimated 4 in 10 people do not know their credit score. Additionally, many business owners are confused as to how to obtain and build business credit, and how their personal credit score affects their ability to access loans for their company. Whether you are your only employee, or you’ve
As can be seen with the demise of the mighty Enron, effective HR management is an integral part of any business. It’s about paying attention to detail and that means counting dollars and cents where it matters. For accountants, glaring mistakes are often noted on their client’s financials and nowhere is HR mismanagement more evident than
When we launch a startup or open a small business, it can feel like we have suddenly become a ‘jack of all trades’. From manufacturing our product of offering our services, right through to answering the phone, performing administrative duties, and even taking care of basic accountancy, no task is too small or too time-consuming. As
Your credit score can affect you in a number of ways and this can extend beyond your personal credit abilities. Many small businesses feature an interplay of personal finance and business finance. Did you know that a study by the NSBA found that 27% of US businesses were not able to secure their required funding?
Whether you’ve been knitting, painting, creating pottery or making jewelry, you may find that your hobby has become more than that, and you are starting to make money. The rise of websites such as Etsy, Artfire and other craft and hobby blogs, have made it easy to sell your products and wares online. Every small business
Open-source software (OSS) is a catalyst for growth and change in the IT industry, and one can’t overestimate its importance to the sector. Quoting Mike Olson, co-founder of Cloudera, “No dominant platform-level software infrastructure has emerged in the last ten years in closed-source, proprietary form.” Apart from independent OSS projects, an increasing number of companies,
More likely than not, you have recently found yourself barraged with headlines regarding the border adjustment tax (BAT), a portion of the Republican House Tax Reform Blueprint intended to overhaul the current U.S. corporate tax code. The proposal has emerged in response to common criticism that the current corporate tax rate of 35% and offshore
My Wall Street journey started with Bloomberg in 2009. Since then I’ve held positions in equity research at a sell-side shop, as a senior analyst at a hedge fund, and eventually, as the director of research for a startup building research automation tools. During that time, I have produced hundreds of reports, models and recommendations
Keeping up with your accounting is a necessary part of doing business. Even if you don’t do it all yourself, as a business owner it’s important to keep track of the company’s financial status. Below are five ways you can simplify your accounting so you’re always on top of it but it doesn’t take up
Six Ways Using Spreadsheets for Accounting Puts Your Business at Risk There are many small business owners and entrepreneurs out there who rely on spreadsheet programs for their accounting needs. Are you one of them? Since Excel and similar programs are included in almost all major productivity suites, it seems like a convenient solution. You