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July 8th, 2018
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Daily/Weekly Bookkeeping Checklist

Daily/Weekly Bookkeeping Checklist

Do you know what your accountant or bookkeeper does every day? What he or she does weekly and monthly? Yes, your bookkeeper should be keeping your books, but do you know if they’re actually spending the time you pay them for doing tasks accountants and bookkeepers do? If not, read on for an accounting and bookkeeping checklist, part of our month-long series on best practices.

Do you know what your accountant or bookkeeper does every day? What he or she does weekly and monthly? Yes, your bookkeeper should be keeping your books, but do you know if they’re actually spending the time you pay them for doing tasks accountants and bookkeepers do? If not, read on for an accounting and bookkeeping checklist, part of our month-long series on best practices.

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July 1st, 2018
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Cash and Accrual Accounting: Best Bookkeeping Practices

Cash and Accrual Accounting: Best Bookkeeping Practices

Can you believe half the year is already over? This week marks the halfway point of 2018. I want to use the rest of this year to teach you the best bookkeeping practices we use at Brigade Bookkeeping that your bookkeeper or accountant should be sharing with you. Let’s start accrual versus cash accounting.

Can you believe half the year is already over? This week marks the halfway point of 2018. I want to use the rest of this year to teach you the best bookkeeping practices we use at Brigade Bookkeeping that your bookkeeper or accountant should be sharing with you. Let’s start accrual versus cash accounting.

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June 11th, 2018
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Hiring When Choices Are Limited

Hiring When Choices Are Limited

Are you a small business owner who is having a hard time hiring new employees? Well, you’re not alone. The U.S. economy is on an upswing and the unemployment rate (in May 2018) is at its lowest since 2000 at 3.8 percent. That’s a great thing, but for a small business owner, it may mean there are not enough qualified candidates to fill your open positions.

Are you a small business owner who is having a hard time hiring new employees? Well, you’re not alone. The U.S. economy is on an upswing and the unemployment rate (in May 2018) is at its lowest since 2000 at 3.8 percent. That’s a great thing, but for a small business owner, it may mean there are not enough qualified candidates to fill your open positions.