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General accounting and bookkeeping questions. Specific questions pertaining to: monthly bookkeeping, preparing financial reports; reconciling accounts.
I cannot answer questions pertaining to pension or retirement planning.
This is not a forum to have homework answered. Please do your own homework.
30 years' experience doing tax and accounting work
MPA from Univ. of Texas at Austin, MBA Golden Gate Univ, San Francisco CA
Accounting is information for the small business owner. If your information is better, your business decisions should be better, then your business can become more profitable.
Often small business get into trouble or fail due to lack of information about their business. The more information a small business owner has, the more likely the business will succeed.
Simply looking at the amount of cash a small business earns may not necessarily provide all the information a small business owner needs.
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