Adapted by Marta Sanchez Philippe, FotoFest, for a workshop presented at Spacetaker ARC, June 2011
Presentation information by Intuit Quickbooks.
Includes a comprehensive overview of Financial Management & Accounting essentials for small business owners.
Content Management Systems.
Blogs vs. Websites vs. Portfolios.
Wordpress.com vs Wordpress.org.
When to Self Host.
Selecting a Theme.
Customizing Your Theme.
Workshop information prepared by Erin Rodgers, Staff Attorney Texas Accountants and Lawyers for the Arts.
Special thanks to Katie Barnhill.
Topics include Copy Right Registration, Licensing, and Infringement issues.
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Balance Sheet Basics...
The balance sheet is simply a snapshot of your business’s finances. Looking at
a series of balance sheets over time can help you see trends in your business
and plan for growth
A balance sheet has three parts: Assets, Liabilities, & Equity
Assets- things your business owns that have a cash value: money in various
accounts, equipment, investments
It is important that YOU write your business plan. Why? You will gain in-depth knowledge about your business, which will make it easier to answer lenders’ questions. The process of writing your business plan will clarify what is involved in making your business work successfully.
Financial knowledge is not something we are born with. It takes learning and practice. Just as you have practiced your art you need to work on financial intelligence. With some basic tools you can conquer both personal and business finances.
We have put together a sample profit and loss report to show you what a typical report should look like each month. If done accurately and consistently each month, you should be able to make financial business decisions based on facts instead of hunches.