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This year was a unique year, to say the least, from starting the year great to losing a client because their business was affected by COVID and decided to retire. It was a year of unforeseen changes. Here at Sabrina’s Admin Services, we found that our blog visits increase by 23% from last year. I am so grateful to our visitors for helping make our Small Business Admin Blog a continuing success. From our Fabulous Small Business Owner series to our DIY helpful tips to keep your business successful, I hope our posts have helped you over the years. And that you continue to come back and visit us for more inspiration.
Today, I am going to share the top 5 popular bookkeeping posts for this year. If you did not see them, feel free to visit them below.
The fifth most popular bookkeeping post was Accounts Payable Tips Every Owner Needs to Know.
I talk about a simple system on how to stay on top of the business accounts payable.
The fourth most popular bookkeeping post is 7 Ways to Speed Up Bookkeeping Tasks for Startup Solopreneurs.
This post talks bout easy steps to speed up your bookkeeping tasks. And it’s not hiring a bookkeeper. =)
The third most popular bookkeeping post was How To Make Your Budget More Effective.
This post share an easy way to set up a chart of accounts to make sure they match with your small business. There’s even an infographic you can share.
The second most popular bookkeeping post for this year was Simple Tips to Organize Your Start Up’s Invoice Process.
I talk about a way to use a document file and a spreadsheet to easily track your clients ‘ information and create a template for your invoice. When you are ready, you can easily upload the spreadsheet to QuickBooks or other bookkeeping apps you may use.
And, lastly, the most popular bookkeeping post of this year was How to Create a Well-Organized Small Business Bookkeeping Binder.
This post helps you create your own bookkeeping binder that will hold everything from bank statements to vendor bills to payroll liability paperwork. Check it out, and feel free to share with other small business owners.
Well, this year is in the books, and I would like to thank you all for being a part of this group of amazing visitors. Please stop by any time and leave a quick hello to show your support.
May the new year come with new adventures for you all. Here’s to a peaceful and prosperous new year!
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