How to Do A Year's Worth of Bookkeeping in One Day: A Step-by-Step Guide for Small Businesses

How to Do A Year's Worth of Bookkeeping in One Day: A Step-by-Step Guide for Small Businesses

by E. Barton
     
 
In honor of tax season, the price of this book will be cut to only $7. But hurry and get yours today because come April 15th, the price goes back to $9.99.
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No matter what industry a business is in, the one thing that most business owners avoid is bookkeeping. This book was designed specifically for those people who choose

Overview

In honor of tax season, the price of this book will be cut to only $7. But hurry and get yours today because come April 15th, the price goes back to $9.99.
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No matter what industry a business is in, the one thing that most business owners avoid is bookkeeping. This book was designed specifically for those people who choose to avoid doing their books on a regular basis. It was created for small business owners and office managers to help quickly and easily catch up a company's books just in time for tax season. This book includes:

* 11 Things You Will Need to Collect Before You Start
* 10 Simple Steps to Enter Your Data
* Tricks to Make QuickBooks do the Data Entry For You
* A Simple Technique to Double Check and Reconcile your Work
* And a List of What Your Accountant will Expect From You.

This book is a quick easy read with lots of illustrated examples and very little "Industry Jargon."

If you are looking for a fast read that will help you catch your books up at lightening speed, then this is the book for you.

Oh...and Bookkeepers will like it too.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781466206137
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
09/21/2011
Pages:
112
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.23(d)

Meet the Author

E.T. Barton is an author with many, many interests. (Bookkeeping is not really one of them.)

E.T. Barton has been in bookkeeping since 1998. In 2002, she began her own business specializing in bookkeeping, office administration, and market financial feasibility research. As a bookkeeper, she has worked on a large variety of books - from construction, retail, restaurants, resorts, non-profits and even an organic winery. While working in the research industry, her focus was on demographics and analyzing various business models. She was a top salesgirl in retail for many years and even spent a couple years "Secret Shopping."

But none of that is where E.T.'s true interest lies.

In 2010, E.T. Barton made the leap into following her true passions - writing romance, blogging about business and travel, and internet marketing. You can find a ton of free business advice at her blog, OneHourBookkeeper.com, or travel advice at her blog BabiesAndBaggage.com.

Finally, E.T. Barton is an avid spy fan. Not only does she love shows like Chuck, Burn Notice, Leverage and Covert Affairs, but she writes about spy fans. Her first romance, "The Wannabe Spy Club" will soon be published here on Amazon under the name "Erica Barton" (just to keep the business writing seperate from the romance writing).

And that's pretty much everything. Any questions?

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