Get Ready for Tax Season: Preparing Your Company Books for Your CPA

Preparing your business books for your CPA (Certified Public Accountant) can help ensure that your financial records are accurate and up-to-date, making it easier for your CPA to file taxes and provide valuable financial advice. “Good financial records are the foundation of a growing business,” commented Jennifer Scott, founder and CEO of HireEffect. “Properly prepared READ MORE

10 Common Bookkeeping Errors Should Business Owners Be Aware Of – Why Does It Matters

Efficient bookkeeping is vital for the success of any business. However, several common errors can lead to significant financial and legal consequences. Being aware of these mistakes is crucial for business owners. “I can’t stress enough the importance of meticulous bookkeeping,” comments Jennifer Scott, HireEffect’s Founder and CEO. “These common errors can seem minor, but READ MORE

How to find the Right Bookkeeper for Your Business

Businesses can benefit from outsourcing bookkeeping services, allowing them to use professional expertise while reserving valuable time for their core business operations. Business owners need to choose the right bookkeeping or accounting service provider when they want to outsource financial management. You can make an informed choice by considering industry experience, service range, technology integration, READ MORE

What does accounts receivable mean and how does it work?

Accounts receivable (AR) is a fundamental concept in accounting and finance, especially for businesses that extend credit to their customers. Understanding AR is crucial for new business owners, as it can have significant impacts on cash flow and your company’s overall financial health. How It Works AR represents money owed to a business by its READ MORE

Are accounts receivables assets or liabilities?

Understanding the nature of accounts receivable is pivotal for your company’s success. At its core, an “accounts receivable” represents the amount of money owed to a business by its customers after goods or services have been delivered but not yet paid for. Essentially, it’s a promise from the customer to pay the business a specified READ MORE