Are you starting and running your own business? 

We all need a basic knowledge of accounting, and it’s a great skill to have. But it’s often not taught adequately at schools. There are often more “obvious” ways to make money that are more valuable to a business. 

While it’s always a good idea to do your own research, and question the experts. Here are some easy ways to keep track of your business with easy accounting skills.

Carol Chin Accounting services do help with 6 easy accounting skills for Business owners to find the right accounting solutions.

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  1. Send invoice to clients:-  If you sell a service or product, you need to invoice it. There are many ways to do this, from simply emailing your client a copy of the invoice, to sending a printed copy of the invoice via courier or postal service. But, sending invoices electronically is one of the simplest ways to send them with the least amount of hassle.
  2. New Business Bank Account:-It is recommended to have a separate bank account for business purposes. With the surge in popularity of cloud-based accounting software services.

    Many small business owners are looking for a low-cost way to handle their bookkeeping and tax preparation, and also to make sure that they are complying with all regulations and tax guidelines.

    All transactions coming into and out of a separate business bank account will help track business information easily and will assist in financial reporting later on. 

  3. Setting up your books – Bookkeeping:-  Many of us struggle with keeping track of our finances and the things we own. One of the main reasons is that we have no idea where everything is, and how much it’s worth. There are many different ways you could go about this, but one of the best ways is to set up your bookkeeping system.
  4. Profit and Loss or Income Statement- Profit and loss account is simply the sum total of your revenue minus your expenses. The most exciting and rewarding part of the business is how your profit and loss account is affected by the decisions you make.  The more up to date is your profit and loss tracking system is, the better you are in your game.
  5. Balance Sheet:- A balance sheet, or the summary of an organization’s financial position, is a listing of assets, liabilities, equity, and cash flows. The balance sheet serves as an important tool in the financial analysis of a business.
  6. Cash Flow Statement:- Paying business expenses through your own personal account is one of the best ways to manage your business finances.

    However, the complexity of your business means that it’s important to be aware of your cash flow, which can help you get a better view of your business’s finances. Business owners need to do a thorough cash flow statement and spending plan.

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