Accounting for Small Business Owners

Callisto Media Inc.
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All the financial accounting a small business will ever need

Owning and running a small business can be complicated. On top of developing, marketing and selling your product or service, you’ve got to be prepared to handle the money that’s coming in, pay your employees, track expenditures, consider your stock options, and much more.

Accounting for Small Business Owners covers the entire process of establishing solid accounting for your business and common financial scenarios, and will show you how to:

• Set up and run your business 

• Manage and sell your product or service 

• Perform a month-end balancing of accounts 

Packed with definitions of basic accounting terms, sample accounting statements, and a wealth of tips and tricks to simplify the accounting process, Accounting for Small Business Owners has everything you need to get the job done!

 

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Publisher
Callisto Media Inc.
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Published on
Apr 13, 2015
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Pages
123
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ISBN
9781623155377
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Language
English
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Genres
Business & Economics / Accounting / Financial
Business & Economics / Accounting / General
Business & Economics / Small Business
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This content is DRM free.
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An Owner's Manual provides fast, practical, and direct advice and that's what you get with this book! The Small Business Owner's Manual is useful for newly minted entrepreneurs as well as seasoned business owners and can be read from cover-to-cover or to quickly look up information in the midst of a crisis. For example:
Choose among 13 ways to get new financing and the 17 steps to building a winning loan package.Weigh the pros and cons among 8 legal structures, from corporations to LLCs.Write winning ads and analyze 16 advertising and marketing alternatives including the latest in Search Engine Marketing and Search Engine Optimization.Develop a powerful business plan in half the time.Learn to sell products and services by considering 10 possible sales and distribution channels.Discover the latest trends to quickly and inexpensively set up a website and e-store.Get taxes paid on time, collect from deadbeats, protect the business from litigation, and get legal agreements with teeth by effectively finding and partnering with CPAs and attorneys.Get a quick overview of the 14 top forms of business insurance including workers comp and medical.Looking to lease? Exploit a comprehensive review of the top 18 critical factors used to evaluate locations and 24 of the most important clauses in lease agreements.Understand the legal side of hiring, firing, and managing employees and contractors.Minimize taxes by learning the ins-and-outs of business income taxes, the top 5 payroll taxes, sales and use taxes, common tax dodges, and the latest loopholes for business owners. Filing schedules, form names, form numbers, and download links are also included.Credit cards are critical these days, so learn how the system really works and minimize chargebacks, disputes and headaches. Includes 35 important definitions and 12 ways to minimize fraud and lots more too!

Joe Kennedy has more than twenty years of experience in operating and working with hundreds of small businesses, a degree in finance and an MBA. He knows how entrepreneurs think and their drive to get to the essence of an issue, make the right decision, and quickly move on. Impatient business owners will prefer this book since only the most relevant information is provided. A few bigger books are out there but this one is not puffed out with clutter and other information you already knew. With years of experience in the IT industry, Joe knows a lot about the Internet too so the content here is better than web-based searches.

The Small Business Owner's Manual is great for those starting a business, operators of existing enterprises, or as a gift.

“I don’t have time to look at the numbers.” “That’s what the accountant is for.” “I can see what the balance is--that’s all I need to know.” Why do so many business owners dread looking at the numbers? Financial statements, ledgers, profit and loss reports--many avoid these and treat them like junk mail and phone solicitors. But as a small business owner, having an intimate knowledge of all these crucial numbers yourself is the most important tool you can equip yourself with in order to survive the constantly changing and highly competitive marketplace of the twenty-first century. Nevertheless, it’s true--you’re not a numbers person. How can you learn to make sense out of all this Greek?Accounting for the Numberphobic to the rescue! This easy-to-follow guide demystifies your company's financial dashboard: the Net Income Statement, Cash Flow Statement, and Balance Sheet. The book explains in plain English how each measurement reflects the overall health of your business--and impacts your decisions. Even self-proclaimed numbers dummies will discover:• How your Net Income Statement is the key to growing your profits• How to identify the break-even point that means your business is self-sustaining• Real-world advice on measuring and increasing cash flow• What the Balance Sheet reveals about your company's worth• And moreDon’t leave your company’s finances entirely in the hands of a third-party accounting service or an employee who is only loyal to the highest paycheck. Even worse--don’t ignore them altogether! Knowing the numbers yourself isn’t just about seeing how your company is doing . . . it’s about knowing where it is going--and guiding it toward the highest profits possible.
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