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I Love Bookkeeping is a global community of Bookkeeping Professionals. We all bleed bookkeeping and want to grow and prosper our businesses. This podcast is for Bookkeeping Professionals who serve clients, and it's for the woman or man who aspires to join our great industry. Join Ben Robinson every Tuesday to geek out on Bookkeeping.
 
Should I be doing my own bookkeeping and accounting? Is QuickBooks the best software for me to use in my business, or is there another accounting software I should be using? What’s the best way for me to process my payroll? How can I track my money and cash flow? How do I prepare for my business taxes? What do my financial statements really mean? How can I add bookkeeping as an additional service as a Virtual Assistant? How can I start an online virtual bookkeeping business? And most importa ...
 
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This Podcast Is Episode Number 419, And It's About Becoming A Better Construction Manager By Developing Accountability The success of any business, large or small, depends considerably on nurturing an efficient, productive workplace. While improving employee productivity should always be a priority when the ultimate goal is a sustainable and profit…
 
You made the leap; you took the jump, or you stepped off the cliff. No matter how you say it, you are now invested as an entrepreneur and have your very own business. These are exciting times for you. You are finally able to make the impact you have waited so long to make. It is your dream come true, but now that you are there, what can you do to m…
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 418, And It's About Steps Construction Company Owners Can Take To Avoid Employee Fraud Billing schemes. Skimming. Check-tampering. Employee fraud is a real risk for businesses with fewer than 100 employees. In fact, according to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, small businesses lose almost twice as much p…
 
Home based and online businesses are popping up everywhere. More and more people are looking at starting their own business now more than ever. Whether you decide you want to be a full-time entrepreneur, you are looking for a side hustle gig, or you are a stay-at-home parent looking for some extra income, each of these can lead to an exciting time,…
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 417, And It's About Winning Tactics For Contractor Paperwork You started your contracting company to have fun, be your own boss and do the work you love. Now you are overwhelmed with paperwork, and the fun is gone! One of the biggest struggles construction business owners deal with is the overwhelming amount of paper …
 
We’ve all heard how important it is to have an emergency fund for our personal finances. There may be a time when your car needs repairs, or you lose your job, or maybe you have an unexpected expense pop up. When you have an emergency fund set up, you are able to dip into it when you have these emergencies in your personal life, but what about in y…
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 416, And It's About If My Construction Business Is Making A Profit Where Is The Cash Some construction business owners find themselves in the difficult position of running a business that appears to be profitable but still having no money in the bank. It's a critical situation to address. After all, a lack of adequate…
 
How you think about money makes an impact on your small business success. Many of these thoughts stem from beliefs you have had since you were a child. Do you associate earning or having money as being greedy? Do you remember hearing heated conversations as a child and it brings back memories of arguments and feelings of unhappiness, or was the sub…
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 415, And It's About Proven Practices To Collect Construction Client Payments Effectively All construction contractors have experienced bad debt's financial pain, which is defined as a customer who refuses to pay no matter what you do. We've been there before, and it will probably happen again in the future. Owning and…
 
Financial literacy is just as important when you are taking care of your personal finances as it is when you own a small business. April is financial literacy month and since this podcast is all about Mastering Your Small Business Finances, it is only fitting that we should talk about how financial literacy makes an impact on your small business. S…
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 414, And It's About Leading Contractors Successfully Through Major Organizational Change We are all currently experiencing and adapting to present pandemic times. We've probably adjusted our business model to cater to our clients, new and existing. Construction business change is almost always a good thing, but often …
 
When you have a small business, it is easy to think you can handle all of the tasks that need to be completed and wear the many hats that come with owning a business. This may be true or even possible when you are just starting your business, but as your business grows and each task starts to take more time, you will find you may not be able to han…
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 413, And It's About The Ugly Truth About Doing Your Construction Company Payroll Still Doing Your Payroll? At face value, it seems like a great idea. If you're a small construction business owner with just a few employees, you probably think hiring a payroll specialist is an expense that you can avoid. You feel that y…
 
If you’ve been listening to my previous podcasts, you know I only include topics that you, as a small business owner need to be aware of to make impact on your business. As a small business owner myself, I know exactly how it feels to have a list of things to do a mile long and of course never enough time in the day to get them all done. I personal…
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 412, And It's About The Right Accounting Software Can Increase Your Profits Most construction business owners who use accounting software quickly master the basics. They automate processes like invoicing and payroll, track expenses, and view real-time financial reports to manage cash flow and make better business deci…
 
If making more money in your business is one of your goals this year and you believe the only way to achieve this goal is by getting more sales, you might be wrong, but I understand where you are coming from. Everywhere we go we are told to increase our sales to make more money. You may have already decided the only way for you to increase your pro…
 
With more and more people becoming self-employed on the rise, it’s so important to understand how to file your taxes and take advantage of the write-off’s that are available to your business. If you are a self-employed solopreneur, entrepreneur, small business owner, virtual online bookkeeper, virtual assistant or VA, you need to ensure you are kno…
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 410, And It's About How To Make 2021 Your Contracting Cash Flow Year Nobody wants their business to fail. Although it's impossible to predict the future with 100% accuracy, a cash flow forecast is a tool that will help you prepare for different possible scenarios in the future. What is Cash Flow Forecast? Cash flow fo…
 
Knowing how to read and analyze your Income Statement or Profit & Loss report is not only important, but it could be critical to the success of your small business. Understanding how your business is performing financially will prompt strategic decisions and meaningful operating goals for the future of your business. It will tell you if your busine…
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 409, And It's About The Answer To Your Construction Bookkeeping Chaos Making decisions never ends for contractors like you. Being adaptable is one of the basics of good decision-making skills. Think of decision-making as being in a bumper car. You are continually driving and trying to avoid the other bumper cars. Supp…
 
Today we are talking about report cards. If you have a child in school…or maybe they are distance learning, you know you need to keep tabs on how they are doing, right? Well, when you own a business, it’s a lot like having a child. How many times have you heard someone refer to their business as their “baby”? I hear it a lot, and yet, when we think…
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 408, And It's About The 4 Contractor Do-It-Yourself Bookkeeping Flaws Exposed As a construction business owner, you operate in a multi-faceted changing environment doing the impossible with limited time, money, and resources on every project, and soon as one is finished, another one is waiting for you. You are highly …
 
When you own your own business, you know how quickly the paperwork can start to pile up. It’s great to have processes in place to make sure you are handling all the day to day tasks, but once you tackle those obligations, what do you need to do with the documentation? This is where record retention policies for your small business are valuable. Onc…
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 407, And It's About Critical Crisis Takeaways For Construction Business Owners If there's one thing last year taught us, it's how quickly the world has changed in such a short time and that we cannot take anything for granted. While we can all hope that the pandemic is a once-in-a-lifetime scenario, there is a lot in …
 
Owning your own business can be stressful enough with all the tasks of running your own business, but also taking into consideration your small business finances can easily push you over the limit for keeping your cool. Even if you enjoy what you are doing, feeling overwhelmed can happen so suddenly and it isn’t good for anyone. Today we are going …
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 406, And It's About Practical Tips To Trim Your Overhead Costs Every small construction business owner knows how challenging it is to cut down expenses without somehow compromising internal or external quality. Regardless of your business's nature, the first step to reducing your overhead costs is to take the time to …
 
If you are like most small business owners, online virtual bookkeepers or virtual assistants, you set some amazing goals at the beginning of the year. More than likely one of these goals covered your business finances and bookkeeping, that’s why you are here, right? In today’s episode, we are diving into what you need to do RIGHT NOW to make sure y…
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 405, And It's About Early Warning Signs Of Insolvency To Watch Out For Running a construction business isn't exactly a walk in the park. It is hard work but a rewarding journey at the same time, and you can probably attest to this yourself. Sometimes, things also don't go as planned, and you may find your business in …
 
Believe it or not, if you are doing your own bookkeeping you have a chart of accounts. If you are using an Excel spreadsheet, QuickBooks or another system to record your bookkeeping, you will have a chart of accounts. You may just have a list of accounts you use periodically, but this is your actual chart of accounts. Whether you are a small busine…
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 404, And It's About The Reason Why Some Construction Projects Fail Estimating and submitting bids is one of the most stressful and nerve-wracking sides of your construction business. It is essential to keep in mind that "break-even" in the construction business is challenging to calculate because most projects are one…
 
Understanding the difference between revenue and profit is crucial to a business’s success. They both show up on your income statement or profit and loss report, but they are very different numbers. Whether you are a small business owner or have an online virtual bookkeeping business, you’ll want to listen in today as we talk about what these diffe…
 
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When you are a small business owner or bookkeeper recording transactions in QuickBooks Desktop or QuickBooks Online, it can be very easy to accidentally enter the wrong date…especially if you are recording a lot of transactions from the past or catching up on your bookkeeping. To make sure you don’t record any entries in a period that has already b…
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 403, And It's About Cash Flow Management And How To Track Income A wise business owner once said, "Happiness is positive cash flow." As a business owner, I'm sure you agree. Everything is better when your cash-in exceeds your cash-out. A cash crisis can be emotionally devastating, and it can even kill your business. I…
 
The need for bookkeepers for small businesses has really grown and the way business owners look at outsourcing their bookkeeping has changed over this last year. In today’s episode, I’ll be diving into why I feel this year is the best year to start an online virtual bookkeeping business. If you are a small business owner, you’ll find this episode h…
 
Are you a bookkeeper, virtual assistant, VA or small business owner who needs to close out the end of the year for your bookkeeping? Have you felt intimidated hearing about others closing the books and you wondered if you were missing out on something? Today we are going to walk you through a normal year end close of the books. If you are using a c…
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 401, And It's About Hidden Costs When Choosing The Right Construction Accounting Software Typically, in the first month of the year, many contractors with expensive high-end construction software are re-examining if QuickBooks for Contractors is all they need and if switching over to it makes sense. I chat with Contra…
 
Happy New Year! In today’s episode, we talk about the importance of choosing a word of the year for your small business. Unlike setting a New Year’s resolution, this word will help you focus on exactly where you want your business to go. You should apply your word to EVERYTHING you do in your business. Apply it to your sales, your purchases, your m…
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 400, And It's About A Guide On How To Provide Year-round Value To Your Contracting Clients Markets are dynamic and continually evolving, so no business can afford to stand still. Many construction business owners have learned that in the last few months as COVID-19 spread around the world. No matter how excellent your…
 
Today we are going over how the new stimulus package, PPP loan guidance and the government appropriation provisions will impact your small business. There is a lot going on in this bill – it’s actually over 5000 pages, but I am breaking it down into bite sized pieces so you know exactly what you need to do in your small business. There’s even some …
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 0399, And It's About Smart Contractors Spend Money On Marketing Accounting And Production There is no better time to reflect and think seriously about your construction business. Excellent organization systems add considerable value to any business because they allow you to spend more time working on your business rat…
 
In today’s episode, we are wishing you a happy holiday season! We know how hard you as a business owner, entrepreneur or solopreneur work on your business and you deserve a break! We wanted to give you a shout out and send a warm holiday wish to you and your business. Listen in for our holiday wish to you… Join our upcoming MASTERCLASS ~ 7 Mistakes…
 
In today’s episode, we are diving into the new 1099-NEC form. We will look into what the form is about, who you need to issue the form to, as well as thresholds, exceptions and due dates. We’ll also cover what is still needed on the 1099-MISC form and which part the 1099-NEC form is replacing. We know this form is new for year end 2020 and we want …
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 0398, And It's About How To Avoid Overpaying Your Construction Business Tax Contractors want to maintain control without making any changes. "Keep doing the same thing but expecting a different result." Throwing the receipts in a shoebox (behind or under the seat in the truck) is the favorite way to deal with paperwor…
 
Welcome to the fourth and final episode of our four-part series where we are diving into all the questions asked when you are deciding if you should do your own bookkeeping. In this episode, we take a deep dive to find out if you have the TIME needed to do your own bookkeeping. We’ll find out if you even have an interest in doing your own bookkeepi…
 
Welcome to the third episode of our four-part series where we are diving into all the questions asked when you are deciding if you should do your own bookkeeping. In this episode, we find out if you are READY to do your own bookkeeping. Have you registered your business? Do you have your bookkeeping system in place? Are you ready to have more contr…
 
Welcome to the second episode of our four-part series where we are diving into all the questions asked when you are deciding if you should do your own bookkeeping. In this episode, we talk about what you NEED to do your own bookkeeping. Do you have the right bank accounts and do you have a process set up? What will you use for a bookkeeping system?…
 
Welcome to the first episode of our four-part series where we are diving into all the questions asked when you are deciding if you should do your own bookkeeping. In this episode, we talk about how you know if you are ABLE to do your own bookkeeping. Learn about what bookkeeping is, if you could save money doing your own bookkeeping, how doing your…
 
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