The one thing most new business owners really struggle with from the get-go is organization. There’s so much new paperwork and so many bills you need to keep track of! Being organized can really separate the good businesses from the great businesses. Every customer wants to feel as though they are in capable hands. You can be a great business for your customers with the help of QuickBooks.

QuickBooks is an organization tool that, according to their website, “manages your money,  imports from your bank, and gets you ready for taxes. It’s accounting software made easy.”

Sound good? Here are five additional reasons why you and your business need QuickBooks:

(1)    Stay organized with your business finances from the beginning.

Don’t fall into the trap of “I’ll take care of it later.” If you start with messy finances, you’ll dig a big hole for yourself that will get harder to climb out of each day. Start clean and organized from the beginning so you can set your business up for success.

(2)     Track your expenses properly.

With QuickBooks, you can easily keep track of what you’ve spent money on for your business. No digging through office trash cans for old reciepts.

(3)    Understand your business.

QuickBooks lays everything out for you in one place so you can easily look back and evaluate how your year went. It puts you in a position to understand where improvement opportunities are and which areas you can cut.

(4)    Connect easily with your accountant.

Having easy access to your accountant means minimizing time spent worrying about tax season. Accountants are especially busy come tax season, but with QuickBooks, you’ll have everything you need right with you.

(5)   The price is right.

QuickBooks knows that when you first open your business, money can be tight. So for the first 30 days of use their service is free. After that, their smallest package is $12.95 a month, their middle package (and most popular) is $26.95 a month, and their biggest package is priced at $39.95 a month.

Do your business a favor and give yourself a little QuickBooks tour.