Statistics from the U.S. Small Business Administration reveal that about half of all new small businesses launched in the U.S. will fail within the first five years. What is the chief cause of small business failure? Poor financial management.
Sound financial management starts with an understanding of some basic rules of business bookkeeping, so here are 10 of the most common accounting and bookkeeping errors made by small businesses -- and how you can avoid making them.
-- Don Sadler