Are you trying to track your small business income and expenses from slips of paper tossed in a file folder?
That's not the best method and it doesn't give you any relevant accounting information at your fingertips that can help you run your business. If you're just using a checkbook right now, if you just expand on that process a bit you can track customer invoices and payments, or job costs, at the same time you're writing down a deposit or a check.
You don't have to learn a computerized accounting system right now if you run a very small or part-time small business. You can set up a bookkeeping system using journals by hand to keep all your small business transactions recorded and categorized.
Learn my easy-to-follow system to track and record all of your sales and expenses. You don't have to know any "accounting" to do this.
If and when your small business gets larger, you'll need a computerized accounting system, or a bookkeeper, but for now this simple manual accounting system will help you keep your accounting data organized—and help you make more informed decisions for your business.
It's essential that every small business owner develop a system to track all sales, receivables, expenses, loans, owner contributions or draws, etc. Every business transaction needs to be recorded and tracked in order for you to be able to properly manage your small biz finances.
These are basic accounting concepts—a manual accounting system can provide you all this information. And it's easy to set up and use—and it's all in this easy-to-follow PDF document.
Here's what you'll learn:
NO fancy computer skills required—you can do this with pen and paper if you wish to.
NO actual accounting skills required—just follow my instructions.
Customize these journals to meet YOUR specific needs—I'll show you how with lots of examples.
Learn to set up and use a Manual Accounting System today!