how to organize your bookkeeping

How small service-based business owners can set up a simple and easy system to organize their paperwork and bookkeeping.

Bookkeeping … AHHHHH …

The word “bookkeeping” makes you wanna scream and run away?

Trust me. I know how you feel about this:

All these papers everywhere.

Invoices in paper and digital format.

What to do with them?

Where to file them?

And how the hell can I find them again?

Everything is all over the place.

And besides all of that mess – why do I have to do this at all?

I want to build and run a successful business and not spending hours with this stuff. JustSayin’

Sounds familiar, right?

I know it does.

But here’s the thing: We have to do it.

Please don’t hate me!

And there’s a really good reason for you to do it – You have to know your numbers! As a business owner is essential to understand where your income is coming from and what your expenses are. So you’re not just doing it for the government or tax office. You’re doing it to have a tool to run your business and to make educated decisions.

Do you hate me a lil less now?

Ok, fine … then let me tell you how this course can help you.

I created this course to help you set up a simple and easy system to organize your paperwork and bookkeeping.

We will talk about how to handel incoming invoices, why a business bank account is so important, and how you can keep track of your numbers.

And in the end, you’ll have an easy and simple bookkeeping workflow!

Sounds amazing, right?

So if you’re ready to ditch the bookkeeping overwhelm, click the button below to enroll in the course!

I’ll see you inside!

xo, Petra

This course gave me a clear process and the form I need to track my income and expenses.

Chrystal Lofton

Health & Vitality Coach, 180 Health & Life Coaching

My small bookkeeping was not very organized until now: invoices in envelopes and somewhere on the laptop. Now, I finally have a system where everything is in one place! Also, the tip on how to digitalize bills is really good.

Martina Steinacher

Personal blog about plant knowledge, care from head to toe & women's topics, Haut und Kraut

Class Curriculum

» Introduction (1:17)

» Module 1: How to handle incoming invoices (2:01)

» Module 2: Why a business bank account is so important (2:10)

» Module 3: How to keep track of your numbers (6:55)

BONUS: A Done-For-You spreadsheet for your bookkeeping. All you have to do is to enter your numbers.

» Module 4: Your bookkeeping workflow (5:57) (+ bookkeeping workflow checklist!)

» I’m here to help you

The course gave me a clear structure and process to follow to keep all my documents in order so that I don’t forget anything. My accountant is much happier with me now!

Heather Gorham

Nutritionist, Healthfully Heather

Disclaimer

This course is not about giving you tax or legal advice!

This stuff is different in every country and you should contact your accountant if you need help with this kind of things.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is this course for me?

This course is for you if you are just getting started with all this bookkeeping stuff. It will show you the simple basics of organizing your papers and bookkeeping, but it’s not a replacement for accounting software. This course is not for you if you already use accounting software.

 

Is there any tax or legal advice?

This course is not about giving you tax or legal advice! This stuff is different in every country. Contact your accountant if you need help with this kind of things.

 

When does the course start and finish?

The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course – you decide when you start and when you finish.

 

How long do I have access to the course?

How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like – across any and all devices you own.

 

What if I am unhappy with the course?

We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.

 

 

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