Do you regularly monitor your company’s cash accounts? You should. Even if you leave the job to your bookkeeper or accountant, you should stay aware of where the cash is going and how the spending is approved.
Business travel can quickly become a financial black hole. It’s worthwhile developing a formula for keeping costs as low as practicable without compromising on comfort. The two areas responsible for the majority of cost blowouts: hotels and airfares, can both be minimized with a little effort.
Businesses throughout the world — some, perhaps, in your town — are even now struggling to recover from natural and man-made disasters. Some will pull through and thrive; others will close their doors forever.
Cash flow, as they say, is the lifeblood of any firm. It does not matter whether you are making thousands of cars a year or selling lemonade to neighbors, if you are stuck waiting for payment from clients then you cannot pay your suppliers for the next batch of products to sell.
Date: 2011-05-26 Time: 08:30AM – 01:00PM Location: Thaney & Associates CPAs office Computer lab setting, training manual with practice files and post-class business diagnostic Cost: $127 Pre-Registration is required as space is limited: http://bit.ly/fVtBVv After completing this course, you will be able to: * Work with memorized transactions * Customize forms * Create reports and graphs * Track and pay …
Date: 2011-05-19 Time: 08:30AM – 01:00PM Location: Thaney & Associates CPAs office Computer lab setting, training manual with practice files and post-class business diagnostic Cost: $127 Pre-Registration is required as space is limited: http://bit.ly/hyBDYr After completing this course, you will be able to: * Set up a company * Work with lists * Set up Inventory * Sell your product …
Every week reporters publish stories about companies that have lost thousands, even millions of dollars because of fraud.
The ease of sharing documents over email was a major advance over sending faxes or posting letters, but that convenience gave rise to other issues.
The dangers of the internet are real and multiply every year. It is estimated that by 2009 the profits from computer crime, reached $1 trillion which surpassed those of the illegal drug trade.