business ethics

They Helped Me Avert a Catastrophe

I’m so thankful I found an excellent quickbooks support business online. I recently ran into a situation in my business that reminded me of something my first year accounting course professor talked about on the first day of class. She asked everyone in class what to name the most important thing you have to do in your business. People tossed out profit, sales, etc. She said it was paying your employees. That absolutely comes first because if they’re not paid on time, they quit and your business will dry up and blow away in the wind.

Unless you’re just a sole proprietor who can handle your workload all by yourself, she’s absolutely correct. As soon as you have a single employee, you simply must be able to pay them on time. Otherwise they quit and tell everyone they know that you’re a lousy person to work for and it is suddenly harder to hire good employees. When I finally grew my business enough to hire a couple of people, I immediately invested in quickbooks as a way to create a payroll system. I thought I had all the bases covered until something went wrong with the program.

I tried everything I knew to fix the problem and nothing worked. With the clock ticking on those checks, I looked online for help and still couldn’t find anything until I found a company where you can call and talk to someone directly. That seemed like a great idea since none of the online forums had any answers. I signed up for the service, talked to a representative who had an encyclopedic knowledge of the program, and within minutes had a solution that worked. I was also able to get answers for a few other questions I had. This is an excellent service. It literally saved my reputation as a business owner.