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Getting in Financial Shape in ‘08

Over 95% of small businesses are in financial disarray and 50% of new businesses fail within the first 5 years.

With the beginning of the New Year, people in business should develop a shape-up plan to keep their businesses healthy and poised for growth. How can home-based and small businesses get on track in 2008?

Paul Stappas, owner of Bookkeeping Administration Management, can provide your readers with interesting and timely tips to explain how getting organized for the New Year can strengthen their bottom line and steps to take now to avoid a financial crisis in the future.

Stappas can discuss:

*Looking to the Future
*Expanding Cautiously
*Protecting Your Business Legally
*Tax Savings vs. Profit
*Outsourcing Bookkeeping

Stappas’ tips will provide solutions for small businesses, the mom with a home business and consultants working out of their home offices. I will follow up with you shortly to discuss your interest in scheduling an interview with Paul Stappas. Additional information is below on Stappas & the company.


Bookkeeping Administrative Management

The company offers the services of a full-time bookkeeper at less than the cost of a part-time person. The services are completely turnkey and tailored to the needs of each client. Companies now only need to perform one function—entering employee time into the Time Tracker—and the company does the rest in complete confidentiality, including entering all client data, preparing invoices, mailing monthly statements, receiving bills, entering bills, preparing checks, entering payments, depositing monies, preparing payroll checks, paying payroll taxes, filing all tax forms, reporting on receivables status, and providing up-to-date reports.

Paul Stappas

Paul Stappas, founder of Bookkeeping Administration Management, is a 30 year veteran of small business consulting. A frequent lecturer on the subject of best bookkeeping practices and a no-nonsense lecturer on how to keep a small business running and profitable, he is the author of The Stappas Perspective, a newsletter that offers bookkeeping tips and strategic planning advice for a national audience.

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