Small businesses often get the short end of the stick compared to their big business counterparts. What they don’t have in bargaining power and influence they make up for in agility, but being better able to duck and dodge amidst shifting economies, new technologies and endless industry stop-and-go doesn’t pay the bills. And getting paid on invoices – quickly and reliably – is key to every...
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Accounting – and specifically accounts payable – is a critical part of any business. It exists from the moment the business is founded and can very quickly become an overwhelmingly large part of the business's daily activities. After all, it's hard to run a business where the money doesn't flow properly.
In the last decade, the concept of accounts payable automation has become muddled as a variety of software providers have attempted to enter the game.
Invoices (both payable and receiving) are an integral part of every accounting department in business today. They have created a standardized method of how money is collected and paid from one business to another. If we're so familiar with them, why are they so cumbersome?
The accounting department in any organization is an invaluable resource.
We've consulted with experts and scoured the web to find the top five accounting tips that every small business can benefit from. Many of these apply to middle or large size businesses as well.
The accountant is a key player in any business - after all, bad money management often equates to why business will fail in their first three to five years.