The Simple Numbers you “need” from the data you already have.
Introducing our Simple Numbers Profit ToolGet key, actionable data out of QuickBooks without changing your account structure or the way you use QuickBooks. Based on the principles in Simple Numbers, Straight Talk, Big Profits!, you will be able to access the data you need to run a profitable, sustainable business. Features of the Simple Numbers Profit Tool:
- Eight key focus areas to grow your business
- Profit and Loss Reporting
- Balance Sheet with calculations of Core Capital Target and cash basis taxable income
Simple Numbers 2.0: Profit + Purpose = Impact. In his soon released new book “Simple Numbers 2.0: Profit + Purpose = Impact”, Greg expands on the original concepts from the first book with more examples and case studies of how businesses have applied the Simple Numbers ideas to their business model. Key book highlights
- Expands Labor Efficiency concept to Direct Labor and Management Labor with case study examples and strategies to manage to optimum performance.
- How to use labor efficiency measurements to manage fair wages for your team to reward performance.
- How to simplify your accounting process to always have “live” data to manage by
- Secrets to turning profits into true wealth that will make an impact for your family and the community
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