Are You Where You Want To Be? 5 Steps To Help You Get There by Sandra Martini
... If your financial records are a mess, now is the time to straighten them out. If you canít do it yourself, get help, this is one area that you canít skip! You need to know where you are now in order to effectively plan for the future. 2. Bring a calendar. Personally, I use a large write-on/wipe off wall calendar so I can see the whole year at a glance. This allows me to easily see what Iíve planned. I also use colored stickers to label different types of days: profit generating, business ...
New Year's Resolutions, The "Word" and a Small Business Retreat by Sandra Martini
... If your financial records are a mess, now is the time to straighten them out. If you canít do it yourself, get help, this is one area that you canít skip! You need to know where you are now in order to effectively plan for the future. If you need assistance, check out the article on my blog on ďHow to Hire a BookkeeperĒ. 2. Bring a calendar. Personally, I use a large write-on/wipe off wall calendar so I can see the whole year at a glance. This allows me to easily see what Iíve planned.
Outsourcing Your Bookkeeping by Donna MacMillan
... I don't think you would keep them for very long, but a free lance bookkeeper is able to work around these variables and even more importantly expects to work with flexible schedules. So have I convinced you yet? If so, then just remember "you will get what you pay for". Go for top quality because your financial records are the core of your business and without great bookkeeping you cannot expect to succeed no matter what type of business you have.
Data Entry by Jennifer Bailey
... Data entry is required for data processing or information processing, operations (e.g., handling, merging, sorting, and computing) performed upon data in accordance with strictly defined procedures, such as recording and summarizing the financial transactions of a business. In automatic or electronic data processing the operations are performed by a computer device, capable of performing a series of arithmetic or logical operations. In distributed data processing some or all of the ...
How to Build an Effective ROI Calculator by Glenn Clowney
... ROI Basics: Return on Investment (adjusted for the time value of money) Return on Investment (ROI) is the most popular financial metric when you need to compare the attractiveness of one business investment to another. Your return on investment equals the present value of your accumulated net benefits (gross benefits minus ongoing costs) over a specific time period divided by your initial costs. It is expressed as a percentage over a certain amount of time; for this example we will assume ...
A Balancing Act: How To Properly Organize Your Checkbook by Jakob Jelling
... To calculate your balance, record you checkbook's current balance either at the top of a piece of paper, or on the back of your statement. It is recommended you use the back of your statement if your bank provides a worksheet there for calculating your balance. Now, subtract amounts for uncleared deposits and bank fees, including monthly fees and those for bounced checks, and subtract from your calculated total. Then add any uncleared checks and interest you have earned to this new figure.
Stock Market Excitement Is Not Exclusive of Wise Investing by Jamie Wu
... You are ready to invest in financial products that give you hope for an unplanned upside at the cost of a potential downside. The ideal products are therefore identified as having the right mix between fixed income and expected capital gain: market indices, Exchange Traded Funds, corporate bonds and unit trusts. Finally, the fun part! Once you divided your savings into portions going to long term and mid term goals, what is left can be used for more exciting investments focusing on pure ...
The Stock Exchange - A Beginners Guide by Stuart Langridge
... An investment is in a company that has products, a defined market and notable market share, profits, a track record and much more. Remember that. Think about Warren Buffett - he makes investments, good ones at that. I'm also quite traditional about investing. I have never spread bet, used an option or future or sold short. I don't use leverage. If I can't figure out what might go wrong, FOR CERTAIN, I'd rather not do it. I buy, I hold and I sell.