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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Features You Want To Have For Accounts Payable Software

    As your business grows and expands, maybe your current accounting system no longer fits your business needs because it's outdated, and to upgrade it to better technology would be nearly impossible. It seems understandable why you should hold on to the existing accounting system because you know and understand the...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Features You Want To Have For Accounts Receivable Software

    Tracking receivable invoices is very vital for managing your company's available funds. Without available funds, many businesses are forced to borrow money to meet their needs. Lack of adequate funds is the key reason businesses sometimes fail. Accounts receivable software generally allows you to record your sales and other revenues...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Choose Accounts Payable Software

    Accounts payable are an important part of any business and involve paying vendors or suppliers for services. Accounting software has a big job to perform. It's also expensive. That's why it's important to choose the right accounts payable software for your business before you spend money on software that is...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How Much Do Collection Agencies Cost?

    There are two ways that collection agencies charge for their services. The first is a flat or fixed fee for services. An example would be Agency A will send out 3 letters and make one phone call for $10. This is the usual method for smaller debts. For larger debts...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Top 10 Ways To Choose A Good Collection Agency

    Choosing a collection agency is a very important decision and one that must be made with careful planning. This paper explains 10 things you should consider when choosing a collection agency. Does the collection agency have licenses in the states your debtors reside? Each state has different rules about licensing...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Can I Negotiate Collection Agency Rates?

    Finances can be difficult to manage, and when companies fail, a good percentage of that is due to finances. Poor allocation of resources, or inability to collect from customers all falls under financing. The inability to get customers to pay their debts leads to major problems for the company. Financial...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Determining When To Call In A Collection Agency

    One of the more difficult aspects of owning or managing your own company is being able to determine when you should call in a credit agency to help you collect payments from customers who simply don't want to pay what they owe you. This paper provides some guidelines that can...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Creating A Budget Manual To Obtain Financing For Your Business

    To obtain financing for your small business lenders and investors are going to want to look at your budget manual. The reason for this is that your budget manual is going to give your investors ideas about what kind of budget you will be working with, how much money you...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Budgeting Tips

    When you begin preparing a budget for your business, you need to set aside time to base figures on reasonable expectations. One of the best places to start when working on your budget is to speak with your accounting department. Your accountant should be able to give you baseline figures...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How Do I Create A Budget For My Business?

    A budget gets a bad name because most people feel that a budget is a restraint on what you can spend. Although this may be true, a budget is also the map or plan to keep your business on the road and running smoothly without one it would be like...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Budget For Your Small Business

    Starting a small business can be an exciting, yet stressful endeavor. The reason for the stress is that most small businesses fail within the first three years of opening. One way to make sure your small business is successful is to create a budget and stick to it. If your...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Creating A Feasible Budget For Your Upcoming Fiscal Year

    Your business needs to have a budget in order to keep your expenses under control. Everyone knows that a budget is necessary to keep spending under control and to make accurate predictions about the fiscal year's cash flow, expenses and capital spending. There are three things that must be considered...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    What Is Capital Budgeting, What Does That Have To Do With Your Business Investing?

    Capital budgeting is a process that is used to determine whether or not certain projects are worthwhile investments. Another term for capital budgeting is called an "Investment appraisal." Just as you would put a certain value on a pair of socks or a car, you should put a value on...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Get Out Of A Commercial Lease

    If you have a commercial lease and you want to get out of it, it may be because you did not anticipate how fast your business would grow and you need to get into a bigger place. It could be for this reason or others. Maybe you got into the...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Managing Your Finances Through Financial Statements

    Financial statements are a great way to manage your businesses finances because they are designed to provide you with an overview of your company's profitability and your business's short and long term financial condition. Your best bet when using financial statements to help manage your finances with your business is...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Keep Accurate Financial Statements With Your Small Business

    This paper explains how to keep accurate financial statements with your small business. As a small business owner, you have many things that you have to be concerned with every day. The thing is that worrying about your financial statements does not need to be one of those things. Most...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    What Is A Financial Statement, And How Do You Prepare One That Meets The Legal Requirements

    Financial statements are the actual records of a business' financial activities. Financial statements provide an overview of a company's profitability and their financial condition in both the short and long term. Financial statements are used by both internal and external users. Internal users are owners, managers, or other people who...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Using Sales Forecasting For Your Business Management Forecast

    Sales forecasts are a great way to guide your business to success. Study your industry and gain a feel for what people are buying. Know your competitors and their prices, establish your prices based off of your competitors. Make sure you establish prices that will allow you to generate revenue...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Use Budgets As A Positive Business Tool To Enhance Performance

    One of the most effective management tools is your budget. This tool can be used each and every month to check the progress of your company towards its goals. The budget is one area that is consistently underutilized and underappreciated. There are few businesses that take the opportunity to develop,...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Manage Your Budget

    Budget management really requires two things: good planning and good discipline. Sometime it also requires having a plan B. There is a lot to learn when managing your budget and the bigger the business, the more there will be to learn. This paper provides few suggestions that you might consider...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Tailoring A Budget For Your Small Business

    Depending on what type of small business you have will depend on what type of revenue you have coming in. No matter what type of revenue you have coming in you will want to make sure that you have some type of spending process so that you know how much...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Successful Business Budgeting Tactics

    Business budgeting is one of the most important aspects of a successful business. No matter what size your business is, you need to have successful business budgeting tactics in order to stay in operation. Successful business budgeting tactics can help your company achieve its goals and plan for future financial...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    A Comparison Of Top-Down To Bottom-Up Budgeting

    There are two major approaches to coming up with budgets for any home, small business, or larger company: the traditional method of budgeting is known as bottom-up budgeting, though many businesses and corporations, along with the United States government, are moving more towards top-down budgeting, particularly during times of fiscal...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    A Look At Top-Down Budgeting

    There are two major approaches to coming up with a budget for a business or for an individual project: top-down budgeting and bottom-up budgeting. While bottom-up budgeting is the more traditional way to approach budgeting projects and companies, top-down budgeting began to be more popular among businesses and the government...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Test Your Budgeting Figures

    In order to create a successful budget for you business you have to come up with a proper reporting system that can compare and test your actual budget plan. Creating an operating and working budget is the first key to a successful business. Learning how to test your budgeting figures...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Best Monitor Your Budget

    Although a lot of small businesses still do their budgeting with a pen and paper, there are great budgeting softwares available. By using technology, you will be able to monitor your budget better because with only a mouse click you can look at you daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly budgets....

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Tips For A More Accurate Projected Budget

    One of the most important things you will need to do for your business is make an accurate projected budget. This will give you, in writing, a description of how much money you expect to spend on business activities. Your projected budget should include such things as advertising, payroll, supplies,...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Best Processes For Optimizing Budgeting And Forecasting Processes

    Optimizing budgeting and forecasting processes should be a concern for every company looking for success. There are many different tools available today to help businesses at all levels make informed decisions about their budgeting and forecasting processes. Finding the best processes for optimizing budgeting and forecasting processes can increase business...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Prepare A Master Budget

    If you are in business you probably know all too well that preparing a master budget can be a daunting yet extremely important task. The master budget is a comprehensive planning document that incorporates several other individual budgets. A master budget is usually classified into two individual budgets: the Operational...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    What Is Capital Budgeting, And What Does It Have To Do With Your Business Investment?

    When a business is considering an investment or project, one of the first things it should do is capital budgeting. Capital budgeting uses a number of methods and formulas to determine whether or not a project or investment will be profitable for the company in the long run. Capital budgeting...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Tips For Managing Budgets

    Managing a budget when you don't own a business is difficult. Owning a company and trying to manage a budget is also difficult but extremely important in the success of your business. Managing your budget effectively can mean the difference between financial success and financial failure. This paper provides some...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Why You Should Develop A Mission Statement: The Importance Of A Mission Statement

    There are small businesses all over the world. A small business is usually one with about 100 employees or less. There are small businesses in all types of trades. Some of these small businesses are very successful and some are not. Even though a business is considered small, it needs...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Avoiding Strategic Errors In Your Small Business Plan

    When it comes to business plans many of us think that is something that just the larger companies should do. But the truth of the matter is that even if you are only running a small business you are going to need to have some type of business plan so...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Five Steps To An Effective Business Plan

    You have an idea for a business. You know what you want to sell, who you can sell it to, and how much you stand to earn from it. There's just one more thing you need: a business plan. Many people dread the idea of preparing a business plan. They...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    What Needs To Be In A Business Plan?

    A business plan is a summary of how a person or business intends to become organized and how they plan to implement the activities necessary for the venture to succeed. In a business plan you set objectives, establish priorities, and provide for cash flow. It is a written explanation of...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    4 Reasons To Create A Business Plan

    A business plan is a blueprint and communication tool for your business. It is a device that helps you, as the owner, spell out how you intend to operate your business and serves as a road map to tell others how you expect to get there. A business plan can...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Why And How To prepare A Business Plan

    Having a business plan is extremely important for many reasons. The plan itself keeps the goals and intentions of the business intact. It keeps things organized and makes it easier to work through potential problems that could arise. When the business is down on paper, it should become a working...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Tips For Coming Up With An Effective Business Plan

    Anyone can come up with a business plan, but few can come up with a business plan that will actually work. Effective business plans are not impossible to create but they take a lot of hard work and planning if there are going to be effective. You can have a...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Create A Management Plan

    When writing a business plan the management plan portion should describe your management team, your staff and how your business ownership is structured. Also listed should be the individuals that you plan on having on your management team as well as the skills that both management and supporting staff members...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Building A Business Plan

    Once you have a vision for your small business, it is important to start building your business plan. A business plan is helpful for allowing your business to gain the necessary funding to get started. This paper provides some tips that can help you build your business plan. The executive...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    What Is Capital Budgeting, What Does That Have To Do With Your Business Investing?

    Capital budgeting is a process that is used to determine whether or not certain projects are worthwhile investments. Another term for capital budgeting is called an "Investment appraisal." Just as you would put a certain value on a pair of socks or a car, you should put a value on...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Get Out Of A Commercial Lease

    If you have a commercial lease and you want to get out of it, it may be because you did not anticipate how fast your business would grow and you need to get into a bigger place. It could be for this reason or others. Maybe you got into the...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Managing Your Finances Through Financial Statements

    Financial statements are a great way to manage your businesses finances because they are designed to provide you with an overview of your company's profitability and your business's short and long term financial condition. Your best bet when using financial statements to help manage your finances with your business is...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Keep Accurate Financial Statements With Your Small Business

    This paper explains how to keep accurate financial statements with your small business. As a small business owner, you have many things that you have to be concerned with every day. The thing is that worrying about your financial statements does not need to be one of those things. Most...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    What Is A Financial Statement, And How Do You Prepare One That Meets The Legal Requirements

    Financial statements are the actual records of a business' financial activities. Financial statements provide an overview of a company's profitability and their financial condition in both the short and long term. Financial statements are used by both internal and external users. Internal users are owners, managers, or other people who...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Using Sales Forecasting For Your Business Management Forecast

    Sales forecasts are a great way to guide your business to success. Study your industry and gain a feel for what people are buying. Know your competitors and their prices, establish your prices based off of your competitors. Make sure you establish prices that will allow you to generate revenue...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Use Budgets As A Positive Business Tool To Enhance Performance

    One of the most effective management tools is your budget. This tool can be used each and every month to check the progress of your company towards its goals. The budget is one area that is consistently underutilized and underappreciated. There are few businesses that take the opportunity to develop,...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Manage Your Budget

    Budget management really requires two things: good planning and good discipline. Sometime it also requires having a plan B. There is a lot to learn when managing your budget and the bigger the business, the more there will be to learn. This paper provides few suggestions that you might consider...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Tailoring A Budget For Your Small Business

    Depending on what type of small business you have will depend on what type of revenue you have coming in. No matter what type of revenue you have coming in you will want to make sure that you have some type of spending process so that you know how much...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Successful Business Budgeting Tactics

    Business budgeting is one of the most important aspects of a successful business. No matter what size your business is, you need to have successful business budgeting tactics in order to stay in operation. Successful business budgeting tactics can help your company achieve its goals and plan for future financial...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    A Comparison Of Top-Down To Bottom-Up Budgeting

    There are two major approaches to coming up with budgets for any home, small business, or larger company: the traditional method of budgeting is known as bottom-up budgeting, though many businesses and corporations, along with the United States government, are moving more towards top-down budgeting, particularly during times of fiscal...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    A Look At Top-Down Budgeting

    There are two major approaches to coming up with a budget for a business or for an individual project: top-down budgeting and bottom-up budgeting. While bottom-up budgeting is the more traditional way to approach budgeting projects and companies, top-down budgeting began to be more popular among businesses and the government...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Test Your Budgeting Figures

    In order to create a successful budget for you business you have to come up with a proper reporting system that can compare and test your actual budget plan. Creating an operating and working budget is the first key to a successful business. Learning how to test your budgeting figures...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Best Monitor Your Budget

    Although a lot of small businesses still do their budgeting with a pen and paper, there are great budgeting softwares available. By using technology, you will be able to monitor your budget better because with only a mouse click you can look at you daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly budgets....

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Tips For A More Accurate Projected Budget

    One of the most important things you will need to do for your business is make an accurate projected budget. This will give you, in writing, a description of how much money you expect to spend on business activities. Your projected budget should include such things as advertising, payroll, supplies,...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Best Processes For Optimizing Budgeting And Forecasting Processes

    Optimizing budgeting and forecasting processes should be a concern for every company looking for success. There are many different tools available today to help businesses at all levels make informed decisions about their budgeting and forecasting processes. Finding the best processes for optimizing budgeting and forecasting processes can increase business...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Prepare A Master Budget

    If you are in business you probably know all too well that preparing a master budget can be a daunting yet extremely important task. The master budget is a comprehensive planning document that incorporates several other individual budgets. A master budget is usually classified into two individual budgets: the Operational...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    What Is Capital Budgeting, And What Does It Have To Do With Your Business Investment?

    When a business is considering an investment or project, one of the first things it should do is capital budgeting. Capital budgeting uses a number of methods and formulas to determine whether or not a project or investment will be profitable for the company in the long run. Capital budgeting...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Tips For Managing Budgets

    Managing a budget when you don't own a business is difficult. Owning a company and trying to manage a budget is also difficult but extremely important in the success of your business. Managing your budget effectively can mean the difference between financial success and financial failure. This paper provides some...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Why You Should Develop A Mission Statement: The Importance Of A Mission Statement

    There are small businesses all over the world. A small business is usually one with about 100 employees or less. There are small businesses in all types of trades. Some of these small businesses are very successful and some are not. Even though a business is considered small, it needs...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Avoiding Strategic Errors In Your Small Business Plan

    When it comes to business plans many of us think that is something that just the larger companies should do. But the truth of the matter is that even if you are only running a small business you are going to need to have some type of business plan so...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Five Steps To An Effective Business Plan

    You have an idea for a business. You know what you want to sell, who you can sell it to, and how much you stand to earn from it. There's just one more thing you need: a business plan. Many people dread the idea of preparing a business plan. They...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    What Needs To Be In A Business Plan?

    A business plan is a summary of how a person or business intends to become organized and how they plan to implement the activities necessary for the venture to succeed. In a business plan you set objectives, establish priorities, and provide for cash flow. It is a written explanation of...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    4 Reasons To Create A Business Plan

    A business plan is a blueprint and communication tool for your business. It is a device that helps you, as the owner, spell out how you intend to operate your business and serves as a road map to tell others how you expect to get there. A business plan can...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Why And How To prepare A Business Plan

    Having a business plan is extremely important for many reasons. The plan itself keeps the goals and intentions of the business intact. It keeps things organized and makes it easier to work through potential problems that could arise. When the business is down on paper, it should become a working...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Tips For Coming Up With An Effective Business Plan

    Anyone can come up with a business plan, but few can come up with a business plan that will actually work. Effective business plans are not impossible to create but they take a lot of hard work and planning if there are going to be effective. You can have a...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Create A Management Plan

    When writing a business plan the management plan portion should describe your management team, your staff and how your business ownership is structured. Also listed should be the individuals that you plan on having on your management team as well as the skills that both management and supporting staff members...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Building A Business Plan

    Once you have a vision for your small business, it is important to start building your business plan. A business plan is helpful for allowing your business to gain the necessary funding to get started. This paper provides some tips that can help you build your business plan. The executive...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    The Key Components Of Any Small Business Plan

    If you are going to start up your own small business, you need to have a great small business plan. Small business plans begin with ideas, so make sure that you look at your idea also. This paper provides some general guidelines to help you move from just an idea...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Making A Budget For Marketing

    When you own a business, it can be overwhelming to decide how much money should be spent towards marketing and each specific advertising outlet. The goal of marketing is to increase revenue for your business. Setting up a marketing budget will help control your expenses and give you a limit...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Investigate Unexpected Variance In Your Business Budget

    You are a small business owner with a solid budget. Great! However, there are unexplained variances in your budget. Oh-oh! It is important that you investigate unexpected variances as quickly and thoroughly as possible. Unfortunately, the unexpected variance will almost never be in your favor and there are a number...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Tips For Managing Your Budgeting Process

    Before even beginning your business, you will need to create a budget. This is a part of the business plan required to get business financing. After your business is running the budget will become the centerpiece for making operating decisions so it is important to make a good budget that...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Cope With Uncertain Figures When Creating Budgets

    Are you trying to put together a budget for your business? A budget is a very important part of a business for many reasons. One of the most important reasons to have a budget for your business is so that you will not overspend the money that you have! Instead,...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Deal With Budget Variances

    Business budgets require a lot of work to create, and in order for a budget to function properly your business will need to stick to the budget as closely as possible. However, even the most closely followed budgets can end up with some type of budget variance at one time...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Features You Want To Have For Accounts Payable Software

    As your business grows and expands, maybe your current accounting system no longer fits your business needs because it's outdated, and to upgrade it to better technology would be nearly impossible. It seems understandable why you should hold on to the existing accounting system because you know and understand the...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Features You Want To Have For Accounts Receivable Software

    Tracking receivable invoices is very vital for managing your company's available funds. Without available funds, many businesses are forced to borrow money to meet their needs. Lack of adequate funds is the key reason businesses sometimes fail. Accounts receivable software generally allows you to record your sales and other revenues...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Choose Accounts Payable Software

    Accounts payable are an important part of any business and involve paying vendors or suppliers for services. Accounting software has a big job to perform. It's also expensive. That's why it's important to choose the right accounts payable software for your business before you spend money on software that is...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How Much Do Collection Agencies Cost?

    There are two ways that collection agencies charge for their services. The first is a flat or fixed fee for services. An example would be Agency A will send out 3 letters and make one phone call for $10. This is the usual method for smaller debts. For larger debts...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Top 10 Ways To Choose A Good Collection Agency

    Choosing a collection agency is a very important decision and one that must be made with careful planning. This paper explains 10 things you should consider when choosing a collection agency. Does the collection agency have licenses in the states your debtors reside? Each state has different rules about licensing...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Can I Negotiate Collection Agency Rates?

    Finances can be difficult to manage, and when companies fail, a good percentage of that is due to finances. Poor allocation of resources, or inability to collect from customers all falls under financing. The inability to get customers to pay their debts leads to major problems for the company. Financial...

    Provided By BusinessKnowledgeSource.com