Xero For Dummies

Author: Heather Smith

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0730334252

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 440

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Take your books to the cloud with the ultimate guide to Xero Xero For Dummies is your one-stop resource for working with this revolutionary accounting software. Whether you're brand new to Xero or converting from another program, you'll get up and running in a flash; if you're already using Xero, this book will show you how to take advantage of the software's full functionality. Easy to use and deceptively powerful, Xero is so much more than a spreadsheet &ndash it can help you streamline reporting; manage inventory; simplify accounts; and organise suppliers, customers and more. Automatic imports, intuitive coding and seamless synching across multiple business platforms gets the paperwork done quickly so you can get back to running your business. This new third edition includes coverage of the newest features, including updates on payroll, purchase orders, reporting and inventory so you can optimise your system to help your business thrive. Xero's cloud-based single-ledger accounting system is user-friendly and efficient, but expert guidance will help you get the absolute most out of the software's features and functionality. This book shows you every nook and cranny, with screenshots and best practices, so you can let Xero handle the books while you focus on running your business. Fine-tune your set-up, or convert from another accounting program Manage daily activities with contacts, accounts, sales and payables Master weekly and monthly reporting routines Track inventory, monitor your business and get the most out of Xero You didn't start your business in order to become an accountant, but bookkeeping is critically important to the short- and long-term health of your company. Xero simplifies the process and saves you time, and Xero For Dummies helps you leverage every feature Xero has to offer. In addition to the book, visit www.dummies.com/go/xerofd3e for an online-only appendix you can download for free, which gives you all the info you need to master your payrun.
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Getting Started in Small Business For Dummies

Author: Veechi Curtis

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118222830

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 200

View: 7009

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Ensure success when starting your small business with thismust-have introductory guide Have you always wanted to know what it takes to run a successfulsmall business? This easy-to-follow guide includes everything youneed to know to get started. Turn your business idea into realitywith handy information on all the basics, from learning how tocreate a strong business plan to developing a solid onlinepresence. Create your first business plan — discover howto develop smart business strategies and build a roadmap forsuccess Learn the legal jargon — protect your ideas andregister your business properly Market your business strategically — establishwho your key customers are, research your rivals, and create akiller marketing plan Take the stress out of bookkeeping — ensure allof your admin is covered, from choosing accounting software tohandling petty cash Master online marketing — explore different waysto reach customers with keyword optimisation and other onlinetools Open the book and find: Advice about being your own boss Secrets for matching sales goals to savvy marketingstrategies Guidelines for keeping your finances in shape A step-by-step guide to profit margins Tips on using social media to promote your business Learn to: Decide what type of small business is right for you Put together a winning business plan Understand your financial and legal obligations Maximise your online presence
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