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Finances – Learn Accounting and Run Your Business Better — 14 Comments

  1. My husband took accounting in college. I don’t think I could do it because I am not a numbers person LOL

  2. Taking a course is a great idea! I’ll admit, finances are not one of my strengths but it’s so important to master!

  3. The one genera of educatJon needed most and the one least taught. Our country could use a good schooling on finances

  4. It’s really important for any business owner to at least have a passing understanding of how basic accounting works. You need that to help you keep your bookkeeping in order.

  5. Thank you so much for the great advice. We have run my Hubby’s company for years and it is about time I look into take a class to better fit our accounting issues.

  6. After how much we spent on our taxes this year, I think learning about accounting is just what I have to do! Taking a few courses would be cheaper than having someone else work on our finances.

  7. The only company I have is my blog. I need to get better at the money I make, I am too lazy. My husband has come up with nice spreadsheets and I am too lazy to use them. Thank you reminding me the importance.

  8. I had to take several accounting courses in college. It’s been one of the few classes that I have found useful in my daily activities. Thanks to those classes, I have successfully ran 3 businesses!

  9. I agree with Rebecca – I struggled with Accounting and math in general 🙂 I wish I would have studied and tried harder!! This is a great list of tips 🙂

  10. I’m a small business owner and can say that your business’s finances is your lifeline – you need to know at least the basics. I also have an accountant that I can refer questions to, I do everything but end of year taxes – that I leave to the professionals!

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