Tag: financial planning

The History of Small Business Finance

The modern world needs live, real-time data streams while the tech stack for small business owners is constantly evolving. Welcome to the world of real-time financial data and live, easily updated forecasting.

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How Much Does a Financial Model Cost?

I love this question. My cofounder, Lindsey, likes to ask people, “Do you value your time?” For me the answer is a hard yes. I have charged by the hour for my consulting clients for years, I know how much my time is worth.

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Why Avoiding Your Numbers Is A Dangerous Game

Time to Tackle the To-Do List?
There are things we all avoid. Overdue medical bills, mowing the lawn, laundry, maintenance on the car. These are chores— things we know we have to do but don’t want to get around to. Usually, they involve painful or unpleasant experiences. Hanging out at the dealership for 2 whole hours with terrible WiFi. Folding the same clothes over and over again. Pulling the lawnmower out from behind the car and 2 tricycles. Did I mention cleaning the garage?

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How a Customized Dashboard for QuickBooks Online Can Help your Clients

Whether you love it or hate it, budgeting is extremely important for all types of businesses. The key to successful and accurate budgeting is to not forget anything. What’s the best way not to forget anything? Have a checklist. When you use a checklist, you limit surprises and help ensure you didn’t forget anything during the budget building process.

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Get Rid of the Noise

Have you ever opened the financials for your business and immediately felt overwhelmed? So many numbers, no point of reference, and 5-10 clicks to find the data you actually need. Not fun! See how AutoCFO can help you wrangle your data as if you had a team of financial analysts on your side!

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Getting Detailed with AutoCFO: How to Create Your Budget

Before AutoCFO, your main option was to open an Excel spreadsheet, download your Profit & Loss statement from your accounting system (QuickBooks), copy the expenses from last year, then start typing numbers into the excel cells for what you think will be different from last year. It’s a bit exhausting just thinking about all of that work!

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