When I first started my business almost 8 years ago, I knew nothing (Jon Snow) about accounting. In fact; in what may be the most shameful confession I have ever made on this blog, I failed math in University. So. Math. Not my strong suit.
Thank goodness BCIT taught me about taxes and what I could claim and how to do inputs and how to track my income. Otherwise, I’d be sunk.
As a small business owner, accounting software can be your best friend. Especially if that software is simple to use, and does cool stuff, like, say, talk to your tax software when it’s time to do do your taxes. Or be available online so that you can do enter receipts and send invoices from your phone.
Sage 50 Pro is all that and a bag of chips, and I’m giving away 2 copies of the Canadian version, worth $250 each.
Here’s a breakdown of some of its most popular features:
- Tracking Customers and sales: Know your customers and how much you are billing and getting paid.
- Tracking Vendors and purchases: Know your vendors and how much you are spending.
- Canadian tax compliant: compliant with government regulations and standards (important!!)
- Employees and payroll: Efficiently and cost-effectively pay employees in-house and comply with government regulations.
- Inventory and services: Optimize inventory management and control inventory costs.
- Project Management & Jobsites: Stay on budget and help increase profitability.
So, as you can see, Sage 50 Pro is about way more than just accounting!
- Comment below and answer the question “What’s your biggest accounting pain point?”
- For a second entry, tweet this:
- That’s it! I’ll draw one name at random from blog comments, and one name at random from Twitter on August 21!
This contest is open to residents of Canada only!