Unless your small business is an accounting business, chances are you don’t relish spending time sitting down to do the books. Traditional desktop small business accounting software packages don’t help, either. They’re clunky, take a lot of manual labor to keep up to date, and seem to always need updates. Many businesses start out with the best of intentions when it comes to bookkeeping, but...
Why the cloud isn’t just for millennials and hipsters
BY Shelly Lingor ON Jul 18, 2018
Listen, we get it. All these crazy new technology fads can feel a little, well, annoying. Can’t I just do things the way I’ve always done them? Why do I need to put everything on the cloud? Isn’t that how hackers found all those embarrassing celebrity photos? My way or the highway and that’s just fine with me, thankyouverymuch.
Does your business have SMART goals?
BY Shelly Lingor ON Jun 13, 2018
If you’ve decided to start a business, you’re going to find yourself focusing on your creative idea—the thing you’re so passionate about doing that you’ve decided to make it your livelihood. That’s where you’re the expert. There are, however, a whole mess of other things you should do if you’re really serious about running a successful venture. A good place to start: SMART goals.
Xero + Stripe: Helping Business Owners Get Paid Quickly, Safely and Securely
BY Shelly Lingor ON Feb 13, 2018
Game of Phone: 5 Great Apps for Entrepreneurs
BY Barbara Jenkins ON Jan 23, 2018
We check our phones about 85 times a day. Chances are, you’re reading this on one right now – or it won’t be long till you check it again. A staggering 70% of internet traffic now comes from mobile devices.
BY Cindy Monk ON Dec 4, 2017
It’s that time of year again…
Okay, let’s break this down: If you paid an independent contractor or non-incorporated company $600 or more during the calendar year, you should issue a 1099 (When it comes to attorneys, you should issue a 1099 to them even if they are incorporated).
Improve your Odds of Getting a Loan with a Bulletproof P&L Statement
BY Shelly Lingor ON Oct 31, 2017
One of the most important financial statements your small business has is a profit and loss statement. As a start-up, your P&L statement is critical for analytical reasons, but it can also be used to assist you in getting the loan you need to finance your idea. It gives investors a clear overview of your company and what they can expect from you.
Watch Xero Transform the Good & Co. Workflow
BY Shelly Lingor ON Oct 12, 2017
“Xero for us, was the perfect tool to give us the ability to easily understand what our financials look like at the moment” says Sebastian.
How Hurricane Irma Proves your Business Needs to be on the Cloud
BY Shelly Lingor ON Oct 10, 2017
How Hurricane Irma Proves Your Business Needs To Be on The Cloud
Last month, Hurricane Irma set new flooding records in Florida and the Florida Keys. In Jacksonville, we saw our own share of apocalyptic conditions. Hurricane downfalls left over 5 feet of water in their wake, surpassing the previous 1960s record of 49 inches. As an accounting business, we work with hundreds of small businesses in...
How Technology is Reshaping Banking
BY Barbara Jenkins ON Sep 5, 2017
Over the last 10 years, technology has driven huge amounts of change in the finance sector, redefining the very foundations the industry was built on. This fintech revolution is being powered by a wave of disruptive startups. They are completely reshaping the finance sector, otherwise known as the ‘root and branch reconfiguration’ of the ageing banking and financial services industries.