• Bookkeeping and Accounting for Freelancers
  • Pages 10
  • Chapters 5
  • Format PDF
Keeping good records is critical to determine the value of your business, how much you've earned (gross) and the real profit you've earned (net). Without proper records, you really have no idea what your expenses are, how much taxes you owe and if your business could sustain your lifestyle from the profits (because you have no idea what your NET profit is).

This eBook describes what Bookkeeping is, why it must be done and how to do it all from the perspective of a freelancer and/or outsourcer. If you work on the web, this book is a must-buy book.

Table of Contents

  1. The Need for Bookkeeping and Accounting in Freelance Business
  2. Bookkeeping Basics for Freelancers
  3. Accounting Advice for Freelancers
  4. Paying Taxes As A Freelancer
  5. Whether You Should Get Professional Help or Not

Excerpt from the eBook

Bookkeeping – It is the daily task of recording each and every transaction that takes place. Whether you’re writing a check or cashing payments – it needs to be recorded. You could do it by hand on a piece of paper or you could do it on the computer. There are various accounting software programs that can be used for bookkeeping such as QuickBooks, Sage 50 (which used to be Peachtree), or online tools like FreshBooks.

Most freelancers find bookkeeping to be the lesser of the two necessary evils because it’s quite straightforward and doesn’t require particular accounting expertise. It entails things like writing a check, logging it in a check register and balancing checkbooks, which most people are familiar with and if not, it can be learnt quite easily.

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