Streamline your small business finances with a crash course in QuickBooks software

Introduction to QuickBooks

With the right software, you can automate all of your financial record-keeping for your business. Join us at the next Small Business Series workshop with Fibrick founder Ramona Cedeno to learn how to use QuickBooks to streamline your finances. You will have the opportunity to ask accounting and tax questions as we go along!

Webinar: What to Do When You Outgrow Your Accounting Software

If your business is experiencing rapid growth then you likely have been considering buying new accounting software. But where do you start? What are the best applications in the market for your business? Should you go cloud-based or on-premise? How can you get the best deal on the price? How long does it take to implement a new system? How can you make sure you don’t select the wrong application? What do you need to do after the new system is implemented to ensure it is used effectively?

August 2nd, 2017|Accounting|0 Comments

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Accounting Survival Kit For Startups

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After working with several startups and speaking with many small business owners, we have noticed that the implementation of accounting processes is not always a top priority. To help you avoid making the same mistake, we want to share with you some basic tools and services all new companies should implement before opening for business.

February 1st, 2017|Accounting|0 Comments

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Countdown to the Year-End Close

If you are looking forward to taking some time off during the holidays, you will probably be concerned with the long list of tasks you need to complete before and after your vacation, such as those related to the year-end close. Your ability to enjoy that time off might also be tainted by the fact that you’re worrying about work to-dos. In my career as an accounting professional, I have always been involved in the year-end close, yet managed to stay away from the office during the holidays. Before asking for the days off, I refined what I thought was the perfect plan to ensure the year-end close would not fall apart. But, it wasn’t only about convincing my boss that I had everything under control, it was more about my peace of mind. I did not want to be at the dinner table with my family having a conversation about my employer’s external audit team, or the massive data I had to work with to reconcile the accrued expenses account. I wanted to leave the office around December 20th and not have to think about it until January 3rd. Here is my perfect plan for accomplishing my mission:

November 8th, 2016|Accounting, General|0 Comments

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Get Paid Fa$t! Entrepreneurs’ Guide to Savvy A/R: Workshop & Networking Event

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Does it take a long time for you to collect payments from your customers?
Do you feel uncomfortable talking about payments with your customers?
Do you find yourself chasing payments at the last minute when you absolutely need it?
 
A/R (accounts receivable) is a vital component of cash flow management. “Get Paid Fa$t! Entrepreneurs’ Guide to Savvy A/R” – This after-work workshop & networking event will provide an opportunity to master effective tools as well as the fail-proof process which will help you collect from your customers painlessly & fast!

The event will take place on July 27th at 6pm at WeWork Penn Station location. Join us for the evening of quick learning and casual networking over tasty refreshments.