Archive for the ‘Bookkeeping’ Category

How To Start Your Own Bookkeeping Business

Sunday, April 28th, 2013

Are you thinking of starting a home based accounting business? Or thinking of running a bookkeeping business? Want to be a freelance bookkeeper? Check out this book (video overview) here: How to Start Your Own Bookkeeping Business

A free chapter of the book is available from:

http://www.HowToStartYourOwnBookkeepingBusiness.com

How To Start Your Own Bookkeeping Business – Book

Sunday, April 14th, 2013

How To Start Your Own Bookkeeping Business – Book

Available on Amazon (Kindle) and from the website: How To Start Your Own Bookkeeping Business

If starting your own bookkeeping business is of interest, then this book is for you.

Give it a ‘like’ on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/How-To-Start-Your-Own-Bookkeeping-Business/105002713000985

Watch the VIDEO

On YouTube:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=z9EBxi5lTt8

Training

Friday, April 5th, 2013

A comprehensive brochure of the Boogles Training and Courses and Books available:

  • Download the brochure
  • Includes Boogles Masterclass series
  • Legal Bookkeeping Courses
  • Money Management & Financial Freedom courses

Brochure

http://www.booglesltd.com/resources/Training+Brochure+Apr+2013.pdf

Quickbooks Bookkeeper – Pro Advisor

Wednesday, January 30th, 2013

 Boogles are QuickBooks PrAdvisors. If you need advice, support, training or a bookkeeper to use your Quickbooks software Рcontact us. http://www.booglesltd.com/Quickbooks_Sage_Training.html

Quickbooks Pro Advisor

We have training courses on quickbooks available on USB stick. See here.

Outsourcing Your Bookkeeping

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013

If 2013 is the year in which you’ve decided that you no longer want to do a job you hate – hand the books over to us, as we quite enjoy it. You would be in very good company, as if you read any start-up business book, bookkeeping is always talked of in a desparaging and unencouraging way… ‘the dreaded bookkeeping’ the ‘bookkeeping nightmare’ the ‘headache’ – all terms regularly used when it comes to bookkeeping.

If its that painful and traumatic for you – the best thing you can do is to outsource it. You’ll sleep easier at night, it’ll be one less thing to have to worry about and you can spend time more constructively – i.e. working ON your business to improve it, not sweating the small stuff trying to make it balance / add up / make sense.

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Good Bookkeeping

Saturday, January 19th, 2013

With all this negative talk regarding the economy, its essential to get your financial house in order in 2013. Don’t delay it. Tackle it right now. Create a budget, get your finances on track and know where you are in your business. Sieze the day!

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Friendly Bookkeepers

Saturday, January 12th, 2013

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Bookkeeping need not be a scary thing. Honestly. Some of us(bookkeepers) are quite friendly. www.Boogles.co.uk

Online Bookkeeping Software

Wednesday, January 9th, 2013

It’s a common question ‘what is the best online bookkeeping software to use’?

Completely up to you. There’s plenty to choose from. Top 5 things to look for:

1. Price (obviously)… because if it’s not FREE – you’ll be paying an ongoing subscription (otherwise you’ll lose all your work) AND (not so obviously) even if it isn;t free… there’s always the possibility that that changes… and then you need to be prepared to either pay (or lose all your work)

2. Functionality … does it do what you need it to do? Some people like the email alerts, others want to be able to automatically send statements and add interest and things, and others want to use it as their office suite – to manage letters and contact details etc.,

3. Who will be using it – if you’re hoping to get a bookkeeper – make sure they’re familiar with the system. If you’re not – then just make sure you’re happy with it, and it’ll do what you want it to do.

4. Security – don’t take it for granted that your data will be safe. It probably will be, but read the small print… just like FaceBook and YouTube have started to make claims of ownership of the content YOU POST and create onto their sites, so software companies are doing the same. Plus, its the data backup servers that they use. You don’t want your data a) lost or b) hacked into. Identity theft is on the increase.

5. Reports – you want to make sure you can pull off / extract the information in a format that your accountant is happy to use, as this shoudl reduce your tax bill as you’re making the accountants job easier.

Year End Closing Procedures – 31st Dec

Thursday, January 3rd, 2013

If you have a 31st Dec year-end, now is the time to be looking at your year end closing procedures. When it comes to software, there are normally closing down steps which you have to go through. All software is different, so you need to follow the manual. Some software e.g. Sage will ‘stay’ in the current financial year until you close it off. And you can’t close it off, until all your items have been entered, because once its closed, thats it. There is no going back.

This can be quite annoying in the meantime… if your system is ‘out’ of the current financial year (depending on the version of sage you have) or your software – you won’t even be able to run a financial report for Jan 1st onwards because the system won’t let you. It’s tied into the last years reports!

So, don’t delay… get on top of your books, get your transactions onto the system and close off the reporting as soon as possible. Of course, if you need help… get in a bookkeeper! www.boogles.co.uk

Bookkeepers Award – Trophy arrived !

Monday, November 5th, 2012

Trophy is taking pride of place on our shelf.

Award for Best Accounting Franchisor 2012 (by popular vote!)

BKN Trophy