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Many bookkeeping services fail because the entrepreneurs focus on bookkeeping and don’t take the time to learn how to plan their business and make it profitable. Start & Run a Bookkeeping Business will teach you the basics of running your own business and provide insider tips to keep it running smoothly.

Written in the step-by-step style that has made the Start & Run series the best of its kind, this indispensable guide also addresses issues specific to a bookkeeping service, such as how to assess which clients are profitable and when to involve a professional accountant. By following the principles Angie Mohr outlines and using the worksheets that accompany this book, you will be well on the way to owning a successful bookkeeping business.

You’ll learn how to—
assess whether running your own business is right for you
decide whether to work from home
market your services cost-effectively
manage your workload and cash flow

—and much more!

Whether you are just starting your own business or wanting to expand your bookkeeping business, this book will show you how. It includes chapters on hiring and managing employees, staying competitive, and planning for business growth.

Worksheets and forms are included on the cd-rom in MS Excel, MS Word, and pdf formats for use on a Windows-based PC.

About the Author

Angie Mohr CPA, CA, CMA is a chartered accountant and certified management accountant who has previously written four books in the Self-Counsel Press Numbers 101 for Small Business series. She is the managing director of Mohr & Company Chartered Accountants and Business Consultants. Mohr can be heard regularly on radio with small-business survival tips, and she is also a newspaper business columnist. Angie is the author of these books from Self-Counsel Press: * Bookkeepers’ Boot Camp * Financial Management 101 * Finance & Grow Your New Business * Start & Run a Bookkeeping Business

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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful
Disappointing Nov. 29 2006
By T. Geary - Published on
Format: Paperback
There were some kernels of info but not many. It just hits the high points not the details. It's too concerned with profitability issues like being able to pay rent even if you work out of your house (so that if you want to sell the business the buyer would be able to pay rent). I WANT to run it from my house and a bookkeeping business is not a get-rich-quick-and-sell-the-business scheme. It's not concerned enough (much at all?) with how to market the business. The cart is waaay in front of the horse. If I could go back, I would not have bought it.
25 of 29 people found the following review helpful
Not What I expected Sept. 4 2006
By J Morgan - Published on
Format: Paperback
Somewhat disappointed in the book. I was looking for more guidance in starting up a home based bookkeeping service or a smaller service--one with no employees. One of the bullets or selling points on front of book said "Run your own profitable business from home" but the book only dedicated 7-8 pages on this topic. But there was some good advice and items that made you stop and think so it wasn't a total waste.
25 of 30 people found the following review helpful
A little disappointed July 5 2006
By kmh - Published on
Format: Paperback
I was alittle disappointed. The author assumes that you're going "gung ho" & opening a bookkeeping business with a location & several employees. I was looking for more information on opening a small in-home business with just me. Of course, there are some good tips that will be helpful someday.
10 of 14 people found the following review helpful
How to Start Your Bookkeeping Business May 19 2008
By Henry W. Lee - Published on
Format: Paperback
I saw nothing special on the information provided by this book. It's a canned "How to start your business" kind of book. All you need to do is to change "Bookkeeping" to "Consulting" and you will have another book. I looked over it once and put it on the side. It's now sitting there collecting dust. In my opinion, the reason why someone wants to purchase a book with a specialized subject is to gain some insight on to how to do something. But this book is so generalized, it's not useful at all.

Because of this book, I will shy away from any series published by this company. I should have asked for my money back because you can get better information from the SBA for free.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Where do I more money? July 22 2010
By Sevastian Winters - Published on
Format: Paperback
This book is worth every penny and then some... This book is as informative as it is easy to read and understand. There's a lot more to this business than hanging s shingle that says "The bookkeeper is in". Out of the park!