Bookkeepers' Boot Camp
Get A Grip on Accounting BasicsBook - 2010
"You can't know how your business is doing until yourecord it."Bookkeepers' Boot Camp is the first book in the Numbers 101for Small Business series. It shows small business owners theessentials of record keeping, and why it's crucial to a business'ssuccess to track financial data. The book gives business owners agreater understanding of the purpose and process of record keepingand a deeper understanding of their businesses.Mohr has helped hundreds of small business owners who didn'tunderstand the importance of record keeping and always put it offuntil "later." These business owners were almost literally buriedunder a pile of papers, overwhelmed by the immensity of the task athand. Mohr shows business owners how to sort through the massesof information and paperwork, record what is important, and howto use that information to grow a business for success!Eighty percent of all small businesses started this year will be gonein 5 years. As Mohr says, starting a small business can be "likedriving a car in a foreign country where you don't know what theroad signs are telling you."Numbers 101 for Small Business is a new series of easy-tounderstandguides for small business owners, covering such topics asbookkeeping, analyzing and tracking financial information, startinga business, growing a business, and exiting a business. Using reallife examples, Mohr teaches small business owners how to beat theodds and turn their ideas into successful, growing companies.
Publisher: North Vancouver, B.C. : Self-Counsel Press, c2010
Edition: 2nd ed
Characteristics: xii, 185 p. ; 25 cm