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Hope you're having a lovely Monday. As tax season comes to an end I'm facing a little dilemma here.
My business sells physical products that are quite elaborate to manufacture. due to the worldwide logistics shitshow, we've had several delays delivering product to our client this year...
Quickbooks is a popular choice for accounts management. Quickbooks is easy to use with awesome features. You can handle most of the accounting tasks such as invoicing, payroll, budgeting and reconciliation in QB.
It requires a little bit of time to learn the software functionality but it’s worth...
I am a high school student from India. After checking out on multiple options, I found that CA is a suitable course for me as I love working with numbers.
But I want to make it clear that I don't wish to do a JOB as I value freedom a lot in my life. After consulting a lot of...
I am working on a project called CostTeam, costteam.com.
At this moment it is a free application to track subscription and recurring expenses for USA and Canada, although we are working on expanding it to other countries.
We use bank-level security and read-only access to analyze...
I was on Fastlane it feels like a few years ago. I looked around, wasn't sure what to do. Then, I started an investment company, did very well, then my partner had a lot of issues, and we had to close down (he was the trader). Now, I've restarted and reinvested.
I've opened up an...
Ok so here I am a 25 year old dropout!
Running a couple of businesses now and understanding the game more and more.
However, I want to be more financially literate, as MJ mentions in both books I believe.
I've Googled some courses or online classes but having a hard time finding one that...
Revenue Is Vanity, Profit is Sanity, and Cash is King.
Take profit first, then grow. You must figure out the things that make profit and dump the things that don't.
When you focus on profit first, you inevitably figure out how to make profit consistently.
The Survival Trap...
Hi guys, need advice from some like minded people.
I'm a senior in college graduating in May with a degree in finance. I have over 1 yr. of accounting experience ; almost 2 by May. I'm also set to work at a commercial real estate firm upon graduation. For the record, I love RE(specifically...
I'd like to recommend a very useful tool I came across - Poindexter, it's useful for:
Business modeling, in terms of customers, revenue streams, expenses
Basic accounting reports
Poindexter | A Simple Business Modeling Tool
It's an excellent way to get a...
The book Profit First by Mike Michalowicz was recommended through two podcasts I listen to, EOFire and Soloprenuer Hour. I decided to grab the audio book and check it out. Not only was it pretty funny to listen to, it was a really interesting take on business accounting.
The basic premise of...