Like it or not, accounting is one of the most important functions of a business. Whether it is producing timely and accurate financial information in order to make sound business decisions, or keeping appropriate records for tax purposes, your business cannot survive without strong record keeping and reporting.
If you’re not an accountant, financial recording might not be what you do best. On top of that, having a dedicated accounting staff may not be possible for many small to medium sized businesses. This may leave you in charge of handling the daily and long-term record-keeping and finances.
This section provides an overview of a numerous accounting and tax topics as well as resources that can get you more comfortable with taking on the challenge of handling your business’ books.
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