Some small businesses like to do their own bookkeeping, but they aren’t sure how to go about it. I would recommend QuickBooks, but there are certainly other options–non-computerized options included. Here’s an excellent article on manual bookkeeping you might want to try when you’re first starting out in your small business. Once your business gets too large or too complicated for this system, give us a call, and we’ll help get you converted to the next step!
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Bedford, VA 24523
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