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Archive for the ‘Small Business News’ Category

What are the advantages of online cloud-based accounting?

December 10th, 2013 by

There’s a new kid in town with a lot of major advantages: online cloud-based accounting. It’s doing very well for itself because it fixes exactly what we all hate about desktop accounting software – the drudgery of manual entry and the inability to work collaboratively. Why it solves those problems can be summed up with […]

Why is small business accounting software unique?

November 29th, 2013 by

I think this question about why is small business accounting software unique gets asked because of the phrase small business that is embedded in the question. Accounting software has to handle a variety of different businesses; some large, some small, some manufacturing, some services, but small business accounting software needs to be designed to fit […]

Best Online Accounting Software for Small Business

November 12th, 2013 by

As I sit down to write this week’s blog post I’m just a little bit some undecided about how to address the issue of the best online accounting software for small business. This is because the second most important thing (besides making a profit) to a small businessperson is time saving. You might be thinking […]

We have launched a free marketplace to match business owners with accounting professionals. Our cloud accounting software for small business has attracted a lot of new users and buzz here in Hawaii and nationally. However, our software is ultimately only a (great!) tool. Our users need accountants, bookkeepers, and tax professionals to advise them now […]

Cheqbook gives 6 months free to Indinero customers

June 20th, 2013 by

Cloud Accounting provider has announced it is terminating it’s Self Service subscriptions on June 30, 2013. All customer data will be deleted for users who do not upgrade to a full service plan starting at $399/month including accountant services. Cheqbook offers smart online accounting that you can use with your existing bookkeeper and accountant […]

It’s never too late to become an entrepreneur

December 5th, 2012 by

Small Business is fundamentally about entrepreneurs. Individual people who thought they could do it better drive innovation which, in turn, drives business. There is a common misconception that entrepreneurs are silicon valley kids. As a serial entrepreneur getting on in the years, Helen Dennis’s piece below resonated with me. Helen Dennis: It’s never too late […]

Inside The JOBS Act: Equity Crowdfunding

November 6th, 2012 by

Tanya Prive published an indepth article at Forbes about the upcoming JOBS Act. In short, the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act would allow the general public to invest in a company in exchange for equity. Currently this is only possibly for accredited investors or inviduals with a net worth over one million US dollars. […]