Small Business Accounting Guide

Small Business Accounting is vital to the health of your business. Accounting is the way to measure the health and financial stability of a business. When accounting is done on a regular basis, it can be a powerful tool for increasing profits and decreasing costs.

Having a small business accountant will help you interpret what is happening to your business as the dollars flow in and the money flows out. Some accountants are also trained experts on the U.S. tax code and can help a business understand what actions to take to limit tax liabilities.

To help you understand what small business accounting is, and why you should consider having a small business accountant, we’ve put together this FREE Guide to Small Business Accounting.

This guide will help answer the following questions:

  • What does having an accountant do for your small business?
  • What advantages are there to having an outside accountant?
  • When should you hire an in-house accountant?
  • What’s the difference between a bookkeeper and an accountant?
  • What types of accounting firms are out there and what are the differences?
  • When should you use small business accounting products?

Guide to Small Business Accounting

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