Want some accounting and finance tips on how to manage money in a small business? Check out eBetterBooks' blog.

In public companies, it is the Shareholder’s Equity, and in private companies – the Owner’s Equity. In accountancy, the owner’s equity represents the returned value to a company’s shareholders if all the assets get liquidated, and all its debts get paid off. Another term that needs to be mentioned in the Statement of Owner’s Equity....
You want to keep your head in the game as a small business owner. After all, since you love the work you do and want to link your products and services to clients you have started to do your business. So why attempt your own books to tie up? We know the pressures of small...
Have you ever wondered what is tax liability?Juggling various bills is part of the work of becoming a small business owner. Your company’s taxes are one burden you must bear. The government levies taxes on a variety of facets of your business. To remain lawfully compliant, you must keep track of your small business tax...
Income and retained earnings are indicators of a business’s financial health. The income statement’s most important component is revenue. It indicates the company’s “top line,” or the profits generated during the time period. The total of a company’s net profits and net losses across all of its years of existence is known as retained earnings....
In the era of the digital world, people are inclining more towards the new technology emerging within the market. Online bookkeeping services in USA are getting more popular with time as there is a pool of bookkeeping services available for businesses of any size. Bookkeeping for small businesses is essential as it depicts your business’s...
User Navigation1 What Are Retained Earnings? 1.1 How To Calculate Retained Earnings? 1.2 Retained Earnings Formula / How to Find Retained Earnings: 1.2.1 Save Time and Money with eBetterBooks Accounting1.3 Statement of Retained Earnings Example 1.3.1 Suggested Blogs: 1.3.2 What is an income statement? (Definition and Examples)1.3.3 How to Calculate Cash Flow: 3 cash flow formulas...
callnow

Live Support

+1-860-497-7164