Home » Archive

Articles in the Accounting Category

[6 Jun 2013 | 6 Comments | ]
Procrastination Fascination

 
 
Do you procrastinate?
 
I have never ever ever ever ever ever…..been a procrastinator ……..until recently.   I have found myself whiling away the time gardening, puttering around my new house, hiking, biking and frankly behaving like an alien has taken over my body and mind.   There is part of me that loves it as it is so FUN, and then there is the “normal” part of me that is horrified that I am wasting even one second of my precious work day while my kids are in school.
 
Well, I have had to …

Accounting, Business, Customer Service, Nuts & Bolts, Start Up, Startup, Time Managment »

[7 Mar 2013 | 3 Comments | ]
How to Invoice Stores

Invoicing can be confusing so let's spell it out here.   I have always used Quickbooks for my accounting software so I use their invoicing program too.  It keeps track of your inventory as well which makes production much easier to keep up with than counting stuff all the time.  If you don't use Quickbooks, you can create an invoice in Word or Excel too.
 
Most boutiques are used to getting the Invoice with the inventory. You can either put it inside the box or purchase those little plastic envelopes that say “Packing List” …

Accounting, Business, Buyers, Customer Service, Nuts & Bolts, Sales, Sales Reps, Wholesale »

[21 Dec 2011 | One Comment | ]
I Love Saving Money

"In this world nothing is certain but death and taxes"  – Benjamin Franklin
I LOVE SAVING MONEY don't you??  I am always looking for new tax tips and any new loop hole I can poke my head into. 
Ok, so as I see it, we are divided into two main groups.  Those who are super organized and sort their receipts and kinda do "tax-prep" all year long, and those who show up with a shoe box and shopping bag at their CPA every year.  Well which ever one you are…..no matter.  It …

Accounting, Bootstrapping, Business, Corporations & LLC's, Innovative ideas, Nuts & Bolts, Tax Tips, Time Managment, Tips From The Entreprenette Handbook »