Second Time Entrepreneur? Avoid These Mistakes

May 11, 2017

Entrepreneurs who venture outside their area of expertise run the risk of making wrong assumptions due to lack of knowledge regarding the new market niche. The recent article from explains some of the reasons these mistakes can be made by second time entrepreneurs: “What’s the most common mistake second-time entrepreneurs make? Picking the wrong market. Many second-time entrepreneurs who were successful the first time end up picking the wrong…


Software Offers Blank Check Writing for QuickBooks

outsourcing accounting
April 8, 2016

EZCHECKPRINTING BUSINESS SOFTWARE OFFERS BLANK CHECK WRITING FOR QUICKBOOKS USERS ezCheckprinting business check writer gives Quickbooks users compatibility to print on blank check stock for current and past year versions. LOUISVILLE, KY, August 13, 2015 /24-7PressRelease/ — ezCheckPrinting business check writer and virtual printer combo from ( saves QuickBooks users time and money by allowing them to print checks on blank stock easily. confirms that the compatibility for Quickbooks customers…


Accounting Danger

Beware of Your Accounting
September 29, 2015

Small Business accounting records can contain inaccurate information if the proper accounting procedures are not maintained by the business owner.  Accounting mistakes can scare away bankers from approving your loan  application; inaccurate revenue and cost ratios and comparisons can attract a tax audit. Buyers for your business may be lost if the numbers do not add up. Grab a copy of “The Top 20 QuickBooks Mistakes” from the Amazon Book store…


Cash Flow Statement | The Most Important Financial Statement

Understanding Financial Statements
September 5, 2015

The Cash Flow Statement provides the most important information for the reader who may be the business owner or a potential buyer.  Every business needs cash to operate as well as carry out capital expenditures. 80% of new business start-ups fail within the first 5 years due to the mismanagement of company resources. The small business owners fail to allocate the business resources successfully and consequently run out of available…