Twenty-five percent of businesses don’t reopen after a disaster according to the U.S. Small Business Administration. Developing a solid disaster recovery plan as early as now can assist your business in getting back on track amidst catastrophes.
2020, by far, is the most grueling year for businesses as this challenged their resiliency as a company and put their practices into test. As the business year comes to an end, let’s see how these challenges affect the business forecasts for 2021.
Thinking about converting your QuickBooks desktop to online? If you’re considering using a top-of-the-line cloud accounting software, it’s best to wisely choose where you would organize your numbers as your business grows.
If you’re always on the go, you need a software that moves with your busy schedule. One platform that supports this idea is QuickBooks. Converting QuickBooks desktop to online helps you check your finances anytime, anywhere.
Even at the peak of pre-pandemic days, doing online business was gaining prominence among small business owners, and now that quarantine restrictions are still somehow imposed, exploring the benefits of shifting to e-commerce gives a perspective of new opportunities to do business.