Monday, October 29, 2018

Credit Card Hacks

In this episode of FWTV, Brittney Castro reveals her top credit card hacks that will allow you to USE your credit cards to your ADVANTAGE rather than create more debt.

Friday, October 26, 2018

How To The 'Pick' Can Keep Your Picklist Up To Date: QuickBooks Enterprise | Tutorial

QuickBooks Enterprise 19.0, makes the sales order fulfillment process easier than ever. The “Pick” process helps you keep up to date picklist status and flexibility between the office and warehouse.

Tuesday, October 23, 2018

4 Distractions That Kill Productivity

One thing for certain is that we live in a world with no shortage of distractions. From technology that connects us to everything and everyone to the endless sources of entertainment all around us, life is full of distractions capable of derailing your progress each day.

Saturday, October 20, 2018

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Spend Your Money Wisely

There is always a SMART way to balance and manage your money and in this episode of FW TV Brittney Castro teaches you how to spend and spend wisely.

Sunday, October 14, 2018

How To Create Shipping Labels: QuickBooks Enterprise | Tutorial

Print shipping labels for Fedex, UPS or USPS, using the shipping manager in QuickBooks Enterprise 19.0! Then use the dashboard to follow the tracking number and monitor shipping progress.

Thursday, October 11, 2018

3 Overlooked Success Hacks

Sometimes, when it comes to achieving success in both your professional and personal life, focusing on the most basic, simple priorities is the most beneficial thing that you can do. Giving your body and mind the things they need to excel leads to good results.

Monday, October 8, 2018

Simple Accounting Terms

There are literally thousands of accounting terms, and if you are an accountant, of course, you are familiar with them all. For the rest of us, there are certain things that we should be at least a little familiar with, after all, if we handle the household budget on a monthly basis we are actually doing a little accounting of our own.

An accountant is someone who is highly skilled in recording and reporting financial transactions, possibly having to report to numerous people within the company, keeping them abreast of how it is going financially and being the one who deals with the tax collection agencies and other outside forces.

An account payable is something that sounds exactly what it is. It an amount owed to a creditor for goods and/or services. In a grocery store, your account payable would be the price of a dozen eggs or a loaf of bread. In an office setting, it could be the amount owed for new office furniture or the rent on the building.

An account receivable on the other hand is a claim against a debtor for the uncollected amount. As an accountant, you are looking to receive this debt at some time or another, and then it will become a balanced sheet once again. If for whatever reason, this debt can never be collected, it is considered a bad debt--it is not receivable.

Which brings us to balance. What is a balance? Well, it's a basic financial statement that shows who owes what and who has paid what up to that date. The bottom line, similarly is the financial statement that shows net income or loss from one date to another.

We all want a positive cash flow. This means that we have money and we are spending less than we are making. A cash flow, by definition, is the net of cash receipts and cash disbursements relating to a particular activity during a certain period whether that period is a week, a month or a year.

A bookkeeper is sometimes referred to as an accountant, and while they do some of the same things, a bookkeeper really just, well, keeps the books. That is, they record the financial transactions of a company or business. They keep note of what goes in and what comes out in the hopes of maintaining a balanced account, and sufficient cash flow at all times.

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Tuesday, October 2, 2018

4 Secret Habits Of Millionaires (To Achieve Success)

Many successful people have been interviewed over the years and asked the question, “What do you think about, most of the time?” In short, the habits of successful people revolve around positive thinking. They think about what they want, and how to get it.

“Self-actualization and self-fulfillment result when you feel that you are becoming everything that you are capable of becoming.” - Brian Tracy