SCORE is a resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration.
Accounting, Financials and Quickbooks
In order to effectively run your business, you need to understand your financial statements. Do you have enough cash to operate? Are you selling products at the appropriate price? Is your business profitable? What can you change to improve profitability?
To answer these questions, you need to analyze and understand your financial statements and in particular your cash flow. Here are blog posts, tips and links to help you do this.
As part of the alliance, MyBizHomepage offers SCORE counselors and clients access to its online financial dashboard, and SCORE will be embedded into the dashboard and named as the exclusive provider of counseling services to the MyBizHomepage member community.
MyBizhomepage (www.mybizhomepage.com) is a free, Web-based financial dashboard designed specifically for entrepreneurs and small businesses that gives them a comprehensive view of their business-critical financial information in real time and in plain English. For small business owners and entrepreneurs, MyBizhomepage offers a secure resource that synchronizes with their QuickBooks software and enables them to make informed decisions about their own business.
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Really Great Workshops on Financials, Quickbooks and Accounting
This is a more advanced Quickbooks workshop. It is intended for users who have taken our Quickbooks Basic or someone who considers themselves a sophisticated user. Course content includes instruction in customizing forms, use various accounts, creating reports and tax management functions.
This workshop shows you how accounting statements like an income statement and balance sheet can help you understand and manage your business. It also covers the basics of federal, state and local taxes and the importance of good record keeping. Finally, it gives you an introduction to evaluating business risks and insuring against them.
Counseling to Understand your Financials
Talk to a Free Volunteer Counselor Like John Costello About Your Financing Needs