Number Needs: Small Business Accounting Basics

One of the biggest mistakes I made when I started my first business was overlooking the importance of financial management. I had no idea how to do business accounting or even manage my inventory properly. At tax time, I was in way over my head. I spent a long time working with a business accountant to understand the basics and explore the details of the process so that I could manage my own books through the year. That's when I published this blog. I hope the information here will help others like me who don't have the financial edge but still want to run their own business.

Number Needs: Small Business Accounting Basics

How to Make Do With an Old, Uncomfortable Office Chair

15 February 2017
 Categories:
Business, Blog

If your office chair is giving you backaches because it is so uncomfortable, your best option really is to replace it. However, if this is not an option due to lack of funds or for some other reason, there are some ways to make your old, uncomfortable office chair a bit more tolerable. Here's a look. Put a pillow behind your lower back. One of the biggest flaws in older office chairs is their lack of lumbar support.
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Using A Storage Unit As An Office

12 September 2016
 Categories: , Blog

It's a common misconception that running a home-based business is simple. When you work from home, it can be really difficult to stay focused. After all, if your household chores are piling up and family members are interrupting you, it isn't easy to concentrate on your work. The good news is, it isn't hard to fix the problem, and you don't even need to lease office space to find a quiet place to work.
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Three Tips For Fire Extinguisher Safety In Your Small Business

23 August 2016
 Categories: Business, Blog

As a business owner, it is up to you to ensure that your business is well equipped with the proper equipment needed to put out a small fire quickly if one starts. While placing fire extinguishers around the business is a great place to start, there are other things you also need to do to ensure that your business is as safe as it can be at all times. The guide below walks you through a few tips to use when preparing your business for a potential fire.
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Has Your Elderly Parent Fallen And Needs Surgery But Lives Hours Away? Start The Move And Schedule The Help

10 August 2016
 Categories: Business, Blog

If your parent has taken a bad fall that leads to surgery, and you need to move them miles away from their home to where you live, you'll want to start getting the necessary components in motion as quickly as possible. After the fall, you may decide living on their own isn't the safest thing for your parent and that it's time to move them in with you permanently or into an assisted living center.
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Tips For Putting Your Custom Bottle Labels On Straight And Smooth

23 May 2016
 Categories: Business, Blog

If you're launching a new retail business, you understand the importance of branding. If you're selling anything packaged in glass bottles, part of that branding is your custom label design. While you might think that putting labels on glass bottles seems inconsequential, getting that label in place so that it is straight, smooth and centered can be tough. Here are a few tips to help you get that label in place as straight as possible.
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About Me
Number Needs: Small Business Accounting Basics

One of the biggest mistakes I made when I started my first business was overlooking the importance of financial management. I had no idea how to do business accounting or even manage my inventory properly. At tax time, I was in way over my head. I spent a long time working with a business accountant to understand the basics and explore the details of the process so that I could manage my own books through the year. That's when I published this blog. I hope the information here will help others like me who don't have the financial edge but still want to run their own business.

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