Read my book and use NET VALUE ANALYSIS to know if your business is making money or not. You do not need to be an Accountant to use this simple method.
Manage your business better with Small Business Accounting Tools. This is a simple system for small business operations to monitor profit and loss. The tools mentioned in this primer allow you to know the following:
1. You will know what the gross and net profit is at any given time.
2. You will know what the breakeven point is and the effect on profit.
3. You will be able to do sales forecasts.
4. You will have better control of cash flow.
5. You will know if your business is making money.
We all use accounting in our personal life. Accounting is used to make a household budget and to keep track of your own checkbook. How much do you have left at the end of each month? This is easy to calculate: just subtract the amount that came in from the amount you spent. Then, what is left is your profit. Unfortunately, it is not that easy in the business world. By using the "Small Business Accounting Tools" in this booklet, it will make it almost that easy.
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Learn these fast and easy methods to keep track of how your business is running. Determine if you are making profits or not by using these fast and simple methods. You do not need to be an accountant to understand these methods. The "Small Business Accounting Tools" was developed for use by small business owners who do not have a large accounting staff to track and report company profits and sales.
This booklet gives you a "net value analysis" to determine the value of your company based on your assets. This "net value analysis" was developed to provide you, the small business owner, a fast, easy method to determine if your company is in the red or in the black. This analysis can also provide you a warning signal if your business is in trouble. These tools will help you become a better manager and understand how your company cash flow, sales, and expenses can affect your bottom line. But most importantly, you will always be able to know if your business is solvent.