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As I sat listening to Joe Woodard (google his name, he is THE go to person for all things QuickBooks), I heard his predictions about the future of QuickBooks and became very excited. There is a competition looming on the horizon that is perhaps one of...

I am frequently questioned about whether a person hired can be paid by as a sub-contractor or as an employee. My answer is usually the same advice I was given when I was the individual being hired as the sub-contractor: the employer bears the majority...

Since the time of the interview, I have joined the accounting firm of Piercy, Bowler, Taylor and Kern and I continue to offer the same services through them. I was recently interviewed on a  podcast (online radio show) and wanted to share this with you on my website. You can listen to the podcast below or read the transcript. -------- bdm-interview-picture_jeremy-lottIn order to build a successful business, you need to make smart decisions. In order to make smart decisions, you need to have proper data to base your decisions on. While you can use your gut to make decisions, having an accurate and reliable data will lead to more successful results. In this episode, we're speaking with Jeremy Lott about how to make better business decisions using proper accounting systems. Jeremy is an accountant and QuickBooks ProAdvisor. He works with business owners that want to be able to use QuickBooks to help them make their most difficult business decisions, increase profit, and improve cash flow. For more information about how Jeremy can help you, visit Foundationbookkeeping.com

A small business owner was having financial problems that were becoming serious. Checks bouncing, late payroll, and a thief were leading this business down into financial ruin. To help this business owner change financial tactics Foundation Bookkeeping introduced QuickBooks and several other processes to keep...

Jessica's glass bead making hobby quickly grew from a casual way to enjoy her free time to a profitable small business. As her income changed from a way to simply cover her costs of making beads into a monthly profit, Jessica realized that she was...

Troy owns a small real estate investment company. He is very good at what he does and maintains a $2 million portfolio of properties. There are many tax benefits that are available to Troy, but he needs to make sure that his expenses and purchases are...

Joe owns his own insurance brokerage. He knows nothing about accounting and does not want to have to learn or have his office staff learn about accounting or QuickBooks. He just wants to be able to operate throughout the year and not have to worry...