Which of the following describes your business?
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WHOLESALE / RETAIL
Have complete control systems for Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, and Inventory.
TV / AUTOMOTIVE / FURNITURE
Properly account for Contracts in Transit, Bank Reserve Accounts, and Flooring of products for resale (inventory financing). Maintain control of income and expenses.
NON-PROFIT AND RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS
Keep track of donations and pledges by each donor, program expenses, payroll and other business activities to ensure compliance with IRS guidelines, attract future donors and maintain non-profit certification.
Control Raw Materials, Direct Labor, Work in Progress, and Finished Goods. Keep expenses categorized into Manufacturing and General Overhead areas.
Easily track profits or losses on each job in progress. Control cash flow based on percentages of completion. Minimize losses from under-billings created through change orders.
Control expenses and income for year-end savings. Take advantage of conversion from cash-to-accrual accounting. Manage Accounts Receivable and improve Collections.
FOOD / CAFE / BEAUTY
Utilize a combination of Cash and Accrual statements. Have a low cost, easily maintained accounting system.
Keep track of royalties, production costs, budgeting for concerts, publishing rights, among other items. Be able to manage your bottom line while fulfilling tax requirements.