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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 ...
 
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.
 
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This Podcast Is Episode Number 448, And It's About Invoicing Construction Clients The Fast And Easy Way Creating invoices and receipts is vital to successfully running a business. You need receipts to track your purchases and expenses. Your clients need invoices for their tax purposes and to manage their finances. Paper receipts and invoices have b…
 
We are coming to the end of another year and it’s time to really look closely at your finances so that you are prepared when it comes time to file your taxes. Today I am talking about a common misconception when it comes to figuring out what your taxable income is. Many business owners will take a look at their business bank account and think this …
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 447, And It's About Why Getting The Leads And Doing The Work Are Still Not Good Enough There was a time when a contractor put a simple ad in the paper or a line listing in the Yellow Pages, and they would have more leads than they could handle. It was the only way to go, and the contractors who insist on that and "Wor…
 
When you are thinking about starting a bookkeeping business, you first want to make sure that being a bookkeeper is right for you, and you need to know what a bookkeeper does. To do this, make sure you check out episodes 55 and 57 in this bookkeeper series. One of the next things you start to wonder about is how much will it cost to start a bookkee…
 
I know that there are times when owning your own business can be hard. It is easy to focus on negative thoughts and things that are not going quite like you had hoped in your business, but have you ever thought about changing your thought process a bit? Did you know that gratitude is scientifically proven to promote happiness, improve your mental a…
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 446, And It's About Practical Tips For Encouraging Repeat High-Profit Clients Many data support the idea that it's less costly, easier, and more efficient to encourage repeat customers than bring in new ones. Among the stats Hubspot lists are: that a 5% increase in customer retention is responsible for more than 25% i…
 
If you are thinking about starting a bookkeeping business, and you know that you have what it takes to be a bookkeeper, but you are just not quite sure about what you would do as a bookkeeper, this episode is for you. Being a bookkeeper may sound intriguing to you, but do you ever wonder if you would be able to do the tasks required of a bookkeeper…
 
When you own your own business and you have employees, or you are planning on hiring employees, you need to have a basic understanding of payroll. You must have this understanding whether you are going to process your own payroll, or you are going to hire someone to do your payroll for you. You, as the business owner are ultimately responsible for …
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 445, And It's About How To Get Your Life Back In A Seven-Day-A-Week Construction Business Construction business owners already have a time-consuming and challenging job running their business. If their business is open five days a week, they usually need the weekend to catch up on paperwork, pay bills and manage any t…
 
If you are one of my regular listeners, you’re probably wondering why there is an additional episode this week. Well, today I have something special for you. I’ve decided to do an extra series of podcast episodes for bookkeepers, but don’t worry, my normal weekly podcasts will drop at their regular times. I know that the listeners of this podcast a…
 
Investing in yourself is important, and you as a business owner or potential business owner need to understand how valuable you are personally to your business. I know your time is limited and cherished. You may be thinking that if you are not working in your business and generating money that you aren’t being successful. But I want you to take a s…
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 444, And It's About Job Costing - Your Construction Company's Competitive Advantage Every contractor has a Job Costing Library; some keep it in their head, some keep it on paper with names like completed jobs, bids, estimates. Other contractors keep it in their QuickBooks For Contractors' software records. Still, othe…
 
Have you ever caught yourself dreaming about quitting your job? This seems to be a common theme these days. Many people just want to switch jobs, but there is a vast majority of individuals who are ready to dip their toes into the entrepreneurial waters and start their own business. Does this sound like you? If so, you’ve probably been debating if …
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 443, And It's About Succession Planning A Will For Your Construction Company You may be getting your construction projects done with sheer willpower, but the lack of processes, business plans, and strategy will eventually wear you down. You can either keep on "Powering Through"- spend your life endlessly chasing detai…
 
Since my previous podcast on The Great Resignation episode number 49, I have had quite a few conversations with entrepreneurs just like you who are thinking about starting their own business but are unsure if it is right for them. They wonder if it is the right time, and they wonder what they should be researching to make sure they are covering all…
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 442, And It's About Four Things To Consider Before Expanding Your Service Offerings Balancing customer experience and setting client expectations against your time and budget is a difficult task. It would be best if you had excellent planning, efficient project managing, and perhaps the right amount of staff working t…
 
Stress Relief. That’s what I am here to help you with when it comes to your business finances and particularly your bookkeeping, which is why today I am giving you 3 tips to keep your bookkeeping up to date. I know this is the time of the year when most business owners realize they may have fallen behind in their bookkeeping and they start to look …
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 441, And It's About Four Things To Consider Before Expanding Your Service Offerings If you're looking to grow your construction business, you might consider expanding your service offerings. Adding additional services is an excellent way to increase your profitability, diversify your income and expand your market. But…
 
Can you believe we are already in the fourth quarter of this year? If you are anything like me, it feels like these last three months of the year go by so quickly and before I know it, January is here, the holidays are over, and it is back to business as usual again. I really try hard to be as prepared as I possibly can be between both my personal …
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 440, And It's About How Construction Business Owners Gain Personal Time By Working Smarter You’ve probably heard the maxim that it’s better to work smarter than harder. Working smarter means allocating your time, energy, and money so vital tasks get done more efficiently, freeing up your time. Too many construction bu…
 
Have you heard about The Great Resignation or The Big Quit? It seems to be impacting businesses big and small, but it doesn’t stop there. Individuals or employees are seeing the impact of The Great Resignation as well. The Great Resignation may have started with the pandemic, but it will be interesting to see how everything unfolds over the next fe…
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 439, And It's About Understanding Roles And Why It Makes Sense To Hire Us I will start by quoting a short sentence found in the all-time best-seller "Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth" That is an acronym; take the first letter of each word and put it together to form a different word. "No one can serve two maste…
 
Being efficient will save you time, and since we only have so much time each and every day, we want to make sure we are maximizing all the efficiencies in our business. But have you ever though that once you master your bookkeeping workflows, you would also be creating a system that will be more accurate and reliable? When you set up your workflows…
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 438, And It's About Proven Proactive Contractors Formula To Get Things Done And Get Paid As much as we plan, it would be best if you were flexible, adaptable, and reliant. Things happen that are beyond your immediate control. Those of you who want a predictable environment are employees working for a large employer wh…
 
Over the last few episodes, I’ve talked about why you shouldn’t be commingling your personal and business funds, and today’s episode is no different, but like I’ve mentioned in the past, I understand that there are times when this happens, and you need to know how to account for it in your bookkeeping so that your financial statements are not refle…
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 437, And It's About How A Bookkeeper's Incompetence Can Ruin Your Construction Business Contractors, by nature, are tenacious, resilient, and have a tremendous amount of "Grit And Determination To Succeed," which means they are not easily disturbed or prone to react hastily or rashly at the first sign of trouble. This…
 
Even though you know you shouldn’t be mixing your personal and business funds together, we know it happens, and I totally understand that there are times when this may be happening in your business. I have seen many times when cash falls short, and the business owner needs to inject additional funds into the business. Where does this money come fro…
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 436, And It's About The Advantages Of Healthy Competition For Your Contracting Business Starting a construction business means you'll compete with other companies that already exist. It's a good thing if you have a competition to go up against. Competition pushes you to be innovative. It also means there's an establis…
 
Recording personal funds in your business can be tricky and you want to make sure you are capturing and recording all of these transactions so that your business financial statements reflect all of your business transactions accurately. These personal funds may be in the form of an injection of additional personal funds you put into the business, o…
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 435, And It's About Construction Company Recovery After A Financial Setback You started your construction business with plans of earning a living and being successful, but an unfortunate fact of business life is that companies suffer financial hardships. Whether those hardships are pandemic-related or linked to other …
 
Are you taking the time to review your financial statements each month? Do you understand what your financial statements are telling you about your business? Most people will look at their Balance Sheet and Income Statement when they review their financial statements, but today I am going to talk about another report that you should be looking at o…
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 434, And It's About The Actual Net Worth Of Your Construction Company Have you been in business as a construction contractor or specialty contractor for a while, and now you are wondering what your construction company is worth? Nothing is ever as good or as bad as it appears. If you are like most contractors, you lea…
 
We all know how much the world relied on virtual technology over this past year due to the pandemic. Teachers, students and even businesses had to rely on virtual technology more than ever. Many businesses were already using some sort of virtual technology and others jumped on the technology bandwagon quickly. Whether you were already using this vi…
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 433, And It's About Why Smart Construction Business Owners Never Stop Marketing One classic mistake construction business owners make when money gets tight is stopping marketing or cutting their budgets. At first glance, it seems logical to cut down your expenses during harsh economic conditions. However, in reality, …
 
Did you have good intentions on getting your bookkeeping caught up this year? Did you list keeping up with your bookkeeping as one of your goals for 2021? Are you are finding yourself in a mid-year bookkeeping crisis, and you know your bookkeeping needs a little attention or possibly a great deal of attention? If so, this episode will definitely gi…
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 432, And It's About Cash Flow Advice For Construction Businesses Solid cash flow management is vital to ensuring your business survives, but not everyone understands what cash flow is or how to manage it. That's likely what makes it a leading cause of stress for construction business owners. Cash flow refers to the mo…
 
When most business owner are asked what their accountant or bookkeeper helps them with, you’ll most likely hear that they do their financial statements, which includes their balance sheet and income statement or profit and loss report, and they probably file their tax returns for them. Most accountants, bookkeepers, CPAs (Certified Public Accountan…
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 431, And It's About Consequences Of Avoiding Your Construction Bookkeeping Every business needs a financial plan. Your financial plan gives you a way to monitor and review your cash flow, make adjustments to your spending, and anticipate any upcoming economic issues. It can also make you more prepared to request fundi…
 
Businesses have been dealing with customers not paying their invoices over the years, but the pandemic has heightened the average number of customers who are not paying their invoices on time, and this is putting additional stress on business owners like you. As a business owner, you know that you need to receive payment on your customer’s invoices…
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 430 And It's About Five Key Points To Optimize Construction Sales And Profits Owning a construction company and being an employee requires different mindsets and attitudes or paradigms. Both positions are natural enemies and generate tension, leading to various diseases; mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual. Con…
 
The excitement of starting a small business can fuel the flame for your business for quite a while, but when you stop taking care of yourself and let your business pull you in various directions, burnout can start to set in, and you may find the passion you once had for your business start to smolder. You want to be proactive in this area so that y…
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 429, And It's About The Challenges Of Construction Business Partnership Randalism: A Partnership is the only ship designed to sink. However, we understand your preference, so I would like to talk about it in this blog post. Joint ventures are a bit like change orders. They can be an incredible opportunity to make or l…
 
If your business involves selling items on amazon, eBay or your business accepts payments from credit cards, debit cards, or other third-party processors, you will more than likely receive a Form 1099K. Knowing what this form is and how it will impact your business is important to know. The rules for the 1099K are changing in 2022 and understanding…
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 428, And It's About Managing Field Workers Effectively In Your Construction Business The construction manager is conditioned to avoid emergencies by being proactive. It is necessary to have systems in place to deal with emergencies when they arise. After the crisis has passed, the effective project manager evaluates t…
 
Recording credit card transactions in either QuickBooks Desktop or QuickBooks Online is pretty easy to do as long as you have the correct procedures in place to do it accurately. Over the years, I have seen many different ways businesses have recorded their transactions and how quickly their financial reports can reflect inaccurate data. Most times…
 
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