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Bookkeepers' Boot Camp
Bookkeepers' Boot Camp

Bookkeepers' Boot Camp

Get a Grip on Accounting Basics

101 for Small Business Series

BUSINESS & ECONOMICS

192 Pages, 8 x 10

Formats: Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $20.95 (CA $20.95) (US $20.95)

Publication Date: April 2015

ISBN 9781770402522

Rights: US

Self-Counsel Press (Apr 2015)

Price: $20.95
 
 

Overview

"You can't know how your business is doing until you record it." Bookkeepers' Boot Camp is the first book in the Numbers 101 for Small Business series. It shows small business owners the essentials of record keeping, and why it's crucial to a business's success to track financial data. The book gives business owners a greater understanding of the purpose and process of record keeping and a deeper understanding of their businesses. Mohr has helped hundreds of small business owners who didn't understand the importance of record keeping and always put it off until "later." These business owners were almost literally buried under a pile of papers, overwhelmed by the immensity of the task at hand. Mohr shows business owners how to sort through the masses of information and paperwork, record what is important, and how to use that information to grow a business for success! Eighty percent of all small businesses started this year will be gone in 5 years. As Mohr says, starting a small business can be "like driving a car in a foreign country where you don't know what the road signs are telling you." Numbers 101 for Small Business is a new series of easy-to-understand guides for small business owners, covering such topics as bookkeeping, analyzing and tracking financial information, starting a business, growing a business, and exiting a business. Using real life examples, Mohr teaches small business owners how to beat the odds and turn their ideas into successful, growing companies.

Author Biography

Angie Mohr CPA, CA, CMA is a chartered accountant and certified management accountant. She can be heard regularly on radio with "Small Business Survival Tips." Mohr is also a business columnist for a large daily newspaper and has written many articles for business magazines. Mohr believes strongly in planning the entrepreneur's business and personal life holistically. Her approach helps business owners to understand their business better and to run personally satisfying lives and immensely lucrative businesses. Angie is the author of these books from Self-Counsel Press: Bookkeepers' Boot Camp, Financial Management 101, Finance & Grow Your New Business, and Start & Run a Bookkeeping Business.