Accounting is at the heart of every small business.  If you love it, hate it or are somewhere in between the one thing all small businesses have in common is the desire to become more profitable. And the way you keep score is your accounting system.  We are dedicated to provide best practices in accounting.

With over 30 years working with small businesses in the Washington, DC metropolitan area I have seen it all when it comes to accounting and bookkeeping systems and methods. Here in this blog I will be sharing my experience to help you gain a better understanding of what to do and, sometimes more importantly, what not to do when it comes to bookkeeping, accounting, budgeting, analysis, accounting software and any and all other aspects of running a small business. Whether you are a for-profit business or a not-for-profit organization I will be able to help you navigate the accounting minefield and get you safely to the other side. Please come back and visit often – my goal is to post a new article or video daily so the content will be fresh. And I promise to keep it practical – no pie in the sky theories but sound advice from the school of hard knocks.

Douglas F Millington, CPA LLC
5629 Harpers Farm RD, Unit F ColumbiaMD20144 USA 
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One Response to Accounting – More Than Numbers

  1. Christopher Anderson says:

    Accounting in your business essential to finding success or failure.  If you don't know where and how you are spending your money it is impossible to create budgets, monitor marketing strategies, and find out where your business is going.   It is important to learn how to keep track of your accounting and then do it.

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