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Tips for Using QuickBooks To Manage Personal Finances

Tips for Using QuickBooks To Manage Personal Finances

Tips for Using QuickBooks To Manage Personal Finances Without question, QuickBooks is one of the best tools for managing your company finances. Companies of all sizes use this business accounting software because of its simplicity, ease of use, and affordability. However, as a business owner, you might not have yet considered using QuickBooks as a

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Helping Small Businesses Achieve their Dreams

Helping Small Businesses Achieve their Dreams

Helping Small Businesses Achieve their Dreams Minneapolis based Owl Bookkeeping and CFO Services provides a reliability, consistency, and expertise that has helped hundreds of businesses grow beyond their wildest dreams. Our bookkeeping, controller and CFO services provide your business with a dedicated, experienced team working to ensure all financial information is handled both accurately and

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Owl Bookkeeping And CFO Services Capital Expenditures

Capital Expenditures

Capital Expenditures Necessary Expenses to Keep Your Business Going Capital expenditures (or CapEx if you are being all in the know) are expenses necessary to keep your business rolling. Some capital expenditures do not have a clear and quantifiable ROI, but they are still important. This list includes furniture, office equipment, computers, and pens (since

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Driving Cash Flow Through Sales General Administrative Expenses

Driving Cash Flow Through Sales, General & Administrative Expenses

Driving Cash Flow Through Sales, General & Administrative Expenses Sales, General, and Administrative Expenses (SG&A) is a long-winded way of saying “overhead.” We have compiled some essential rules of thumb when it comes to using SG&A as a cash flow driver. Rule #1: Cut carefully The easiest cuts are usually the ones that have the

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Expenses SGA vs COGS

Expenses: SG&A vs COGS

Expenses: SG&A vs COGS What Is SG&A? SG&A stands for Selling, General & Administrative Expense. SG&A is reported on a business’s income statement and reflects the sum of all selling expenses (both direct and indirect).  Just what the acronym stands for, it’s the tracking of these three expenses, essentially a summary of all the expenses

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