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Accounting

When it comes to invoicing customers, automated billing can save you a ton of hours. Here are some tips to set up an effective automated billing system.

Accounting

Spot factoring lets you contract with a factoring company on an as-needed basis to finance your invoices. Here we discuss the pros and cons of spot factoring.

Accounting

Owner's equity is the amount a stakeholder has left if all the assets of the business were sold today. Learn how to calculate owner's equity (plus examples).

Accounting

Before calculating prime costs, you need to determine your direct material, direct labor, and manufacturing overhead costs. Here's how to calculate prime costs.

Accounting

A remittance advice document is proof of payment that a company sends to suppliers that the invoice has been paid. Here are six must-have things to include in it.

Accounting

Reversing entries neutralize journal entries from the previous accounting period. Here’s why you should use reversing entries in your accounting (plus examples).

Accounting

A subledger provides details for the general ledger account and makes it easy to pay your bills and collect money owed. Here's how to manage your subledger properly.

Accounting

The salvage value is the value of the asset after it has been depreciated over its life. Learn how to calculate and record depreciation with salvage value.

Accounting

Quickbooks Online and Xero are two invoicing solutions rich with features, but which is better? The Blueprint compares both head-to-head and chooses a winner.

Accounting

A working budget is designed for flexibility and allows you to change your budget as circumstances change. Learn how to write a working budget for your business.
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