Revenue-based financing can help businesses find capital without incurring interest or losing equity. Learn the pros and cons of revenue-based financing.
It's a good time for small businesses to buy property. Here's what you need to know to start acquiring commercial real estate.
Interchange fees are costs you pay for processing credit card transactions. See how these fees may impact your small business.
Employers are required to pay state unemployment insurance taxes. Here's how to calculate and pay unemployment tax in your state.
In the workplace, "per diem" usually refers to a daily allowance or stipend for certain business travel expenses. Here's what employers need to know.
Learn what merit pay is, how to award merit pay increases, and best practices for implementing a merit pay policy.
Is it time for the U.S. to remove the penny from circulation? Learn why some experts think the one-cent copper coin isn't worth the trouble of manufacturing.
Retro pay is extra wages added to employee paychecks when a prior check was less than it should've been. Learn how to calculate and avoid retro pay.
Direct deposit is the electronic transfer of wages from your bank to your employees' accounts. Here's how to set up direct deposit for your business.
There are unique payroll challenges for a not-for-profit organization, such as a 501(c)(3). Here are some tips on running payroll for a nonprofit.
Cost accounting makes it easy to track the value of large assets on your books. Learn when to use it for your small business.
You must pay your employees the greater of your state's hourly minimum wage or the federal minimum wage. Learn more about minimum wage laws.
Processing payroll is critical for businesses. Refer to this payroll checklist to ensure you stay compliant and don't miss vital payroll processing steps.
Facebook Pay makes payments easy for businesses and customers who use the platform. Here's how to integrate this free tool into your business.
Overhead rate is a measure of a company's indirect costs relative to another input or metric. Learn how to calculate your overhead rate.
Double declining balance depreciation is a method of quickly depreciating large business assets. Learn how and when to use it.
QuickBooks can help businesses with accurate financial reporting and decision-making. Learn how to enter bills into QuickBooks.
Cash basis and accrual basis are two different ways of valuing assets on your business's books. Learn the differences and why they matter.
The expense recognition principle is a concept in accounting outlining when a business should recognize its expenses. Learn how it works.
Exporting invoices from QuickBooks is quick and efficient. Learn how to do it here.
Business owners use both balance sheets and income statements to gauge their companies' performance. Learn the distinctions and how to best use both.
Use QuickBooks' time-tracking functions to track billable hours and other timesheet options. Our instructions cover QuickBooks Online and QuickBooks Pro.
If your business uses PayPal or another payment processor, you'll be charged a merchant fee. QuickBooks can help you manage and record those fees.
Monetary policy determines the amount of money that flows through the economy. Learn how it affects your business.
This guide explains how to create QuickBooks payroll reports and how these payroll reports can help your business.
Learn how to set up direct deposit in QuickBooks Payroll.
SMS payments can help you obtain customer payments that might otherwise go missed – and that's not their only benefit.
Your customers and clients won't always remember to pay on time. Learn how to accept recurring payments to counter this problem.
Learn all about the payroll forms small business owners must file or obtain, and how payroll software can help.
Not sure what bonus depreciation is or how to track it? Learn how to claim bonus depreciation for your business assets in this detailed guide.