Here’s the problem with Quickbooks, or any other software solution for bookkeeping: it’s deceptively simple.
When I say “bookkeeping system,” I mean the manner in which you record the transactions that take place in your business.
A few years ago I was giving a presentation about taxes and accounting to a group of business owners. One of the people in the audience asked: “Is there an income level where you should start using Quickbooks? Like $50,000?”
As the story goes, there was a good ol’ days of accounting, back before Quickbooks came along. But is this really true?
In this post I offer some tips on how to choose bookkeeping software for your small business.
In July, an article in AccountingWeb caught my attention: “Can Software Really Replace Accountants?” Around the same time, the Don’t Mess with Taxes blog published a story saying that a recent study indicates that tax preparers have a 99% probability of being replaced by robots someday. I think the 99% figure is over-dramatic. If I ran […]