financial litteracy

Quickbooks By Intuit

QuickBooks accounting software is ubiquitous in the small to mid size business community. Between the computer based system that operates on your office computer, and the more recent QuickBooks On-Line version, that is accessible from anywhere, the QuickBooks brand has a significant piece of the accounting software market.  Intuit, the folks quickbooks-bookkeeping software Vero Beach, Titusville, Melbourne, FLbehind QuickBooks, have released the results of a study that shows small business owners consider themselves somewhat financially illiterate.

The results of the study also showed the following trends:

81% handle their business’ finances themselves.
69% have never taken a loan for their small business.
66% wish they knew more about their finances.
39% do not follow financial news.
Only 38% think their employees understand their business’ finances.
28% of small businesses are in debt.

In response to these findings, Intuit will unveil a new interactive tool Specially designed to encourage business owners to explore and improve their financial literacy. The Financial Literacy tool explores all aspects of business accounting and prompts users to test their knowledge with questions, explanations and topic-specific resources that may help them learn more about how to create and use financial statements to improve their business.

The experts at DiSalvo & Company, CPA are fully qualified to assist you with Quickbooks accounting support for your business, with services ranging from setting up QuickBooks software, training your staff, to handling your accounting tasks completely. If by chance your accounting system consists of receipts in a shoebox, please give DiSalvo & Company, CPA a call to explore a better option. DiSalvo & Company, CPA

Here is a nice little tutorial for those who may be new to QuickBooks Accounting Software.

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