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Business Recordkeeping, Billing, and Accounting Systems

Get control of your business record keeping system. This section will show you how to set up your accounting and record keeping system, how to create and read important business reports. Find out how to set up debit/credit card processing for payments. Finally, you will learn how to set up a billing and collection system to bring in receivables to keep your business profitable.
  1. Budgeting and Finance (12)
  2. Business Disaster Planning (7)
  3. Create a Records System (19)
  4. Dealing with Customers (8)
  5. Employee Embezzlement and Theft (5)
  6. Help from Business Advisers (42)
  7. Payroll and Employment Records (6)
  8. Tax Records (24)
  9. What Records to Keep (6)

Tips from an Attorney on Dealing with Employee Embezzlement
Deterring employee embezzlement means protecting your business with specific actions. Attorney Lynn Palac has some suggestions to help you deter employee embezzlement, like keeping separate books and using video surveillance.

Business and Personal Travel Expense Deductions - In the U.S. and International
Business travel expenses may be deducted if a trip is for business purposes. But what if a trip combines business and personal activities? The IRS has set up specific regulations for business and personal travel in three different situations: travel within the U.S., travel partially outside the U.S., and international travel. Travel expense...

How do I Keep Personal and Business Funds Separate?
How to keep business and personal funds separate

Small Business Tax and Financial Terms Explained
This is a simple table to explain the terms in a financial statement or tax return

All About Business Assets
Your business assets are a big part of your business success. Using the assets of your business, you create products and services that are purchased by customers to create your income. When you buy or sell business assets, these transactions affect both your financial position and your tax situation. This article provides information on...

Bitcoin and Taxes - Virtual Currency as Property
Bitcoin and other virtual currencies are considered as property by the IRS. This ruling affects taxes for business sales of assets and payments for employees and independent contractors.

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