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Prime Cost Wizard - Web-Based Financial Tracking
Prime Cost Wizard - Web-Based Financial TrackingRestaurant operators that track their prime cost weekly routinely increase their bottom-line 2% - 5% or more! Here's an easier, more efficient way to get your prime cost numbers and not have to re-enter your sales & purchases into Quickbooks or Peachtree . . . more >>


DOWNLOAD: Restaurant Accounting Checklist
DOWNLOAD: Restaurant Accounting ChecklistThe more organized and efficient your period end accounting process is, the more accurate your statements will be and the quicker you'll get them. Give your bookkeeper or accountant a tool that will help them do a better job of crunching your numbers. . . . more >>


ONLINE SEMINAR: Restaurant Numbers - Understanding & Managing the Financial Side of Your Restaurant
ONLINE SEMINAR: Restaurant Numbers - Understanding & Managing the Financial Side of Your RestaurantSuccessful operators understand and know how to manage "the numbers" side of their business too. In Part 1 of our 5 part series you'll learn how to systematically and accurately assess the profit potential of any restaurant. . . . more >>


ONLINE SEMINAR: Getting the Most Out of Your Financial Information
ONLINE SEMINAR: Getting the Most Out of Your Financial InformationThe benefits of using the National Restaurant Association's "Uniform System of Accounts;" the best way to format your financial projections in loan packages; why you should be using a 28 day accounting period; reduce time to take a physical inventory. . . . more >>


Why You Must NEVER, EVER Let Your Bookkeeper Handle Cash
Why You Must NEVER, EVER Let Your Bookkeeper Handle CashAll too many restaurant operators have lost small and even large fortunes to a dishonest bookkeeper. Here's an example of what can (and does) happen when owners lose sight of following basic internal controls associated with this important function. . . . more >>


ONLINE SEMINAR: Cash Flow Competence
ONLINE SEMINAR: Cash Flow CompetenceRestaurant Numbers: Part 3 features understanding your balance sheet; what your P&L isn't telling you (that you need to know); how to anticipate cash shortfalls and not get "surprised"; creative ways to keep cash flow challenges from becoming major problems. . . . more >>


WEBCAST: A Sneak Preview of the NEW Uniform System of Accounts for Restaurants
WEBCAST: A Sneak Preview of the NEW Uniform System of Accounts for RestaurantsRestaurantOwner.com and RS&G are updating the NRA's largest selling book, the Uniform System of Accounts for Restaurants. Get a first hand look at the changes in the new edition and send us your questions, comments and feedback for consideration in the final edition. . . . more >>


How to Manage Your Restaurant's Cash Flow
by Jim Laube
How to Manage Your Restaurant's Cash Flow Even operations that are profitable are not immune from occasional cash deficits and can unexpectedly find themselves scampering to cover a potential bank overdraft situation. See how you can protect your business from getting into cash flow problems in the first place and how to get a handle on what your cash situation is likely to be weeks and even months down the road. . . . more >>


Feature: Accounting Integration
Feature: Accounting Integration Eliminate duplicate data entry - forever! Getting a financial handle on you restaurant financials is a must if you expect to turn a profit. At the same time, you and your management team's time is better spent in the dining room and kitchen rather than the back-office. Learn about our system for reducing your back-office time while increasing your financial results . . . more >>


The Restaurant Owner's Financial Management Scorecard
by Jim Laube
The Restaurant Owner's Financial Management ScorecardNo unhappy guests is always JOB ONE but, a restaurant that's regularly filled with happy customers isn't necessarily a successful one. It's got to make money, too. Find out how well you're paying attention to the financial side of your restaurant. . . . more >>


DOWNLOAD: Restaurant Internal Control Checklist
DOWNLOAD: Restaurant Internal Control ChecklistIndependent restaurants lose lots of money due to fraud & theft often because of poor or non-existent internal controls. Improve your controls & reduce your exposure to losses by implementing these essential restaurant internal controls in the areas of cash, purchasing, payroll and accounting. . . . more >>


Why Chain Restaurants Use a Four Week Accounting Period (& why your restaurant should too)
by Jim Laube
Why Chain Restaurants Use a Four Week Accounting Period (& why your restaurant should too)There are inherent shortcomings in examining monthly restaurant P&Ls, so much so that every chain operator I know will not even consider preparing their financial statements on a monthly cycle. Learn why & what you can do instead. . . . more >>


Use Quickbooks Memorized P&L Reports for 4 Week Accounting Periods
by John Nessel
If you use Quickbooks and are on a 4-week reporting cycle, learn how to set up your accounting period dates to get any period's reports quickly and easily. . . . more >>


DOWNLOAD: Restaurant Specific Chart of Accounts
DOWNLOAD: Restaurant Specific Chart of AccountsUsing a restaurant industry standard chart of accounts is one of the smartest things an independent operator can do. An industry standard chart of accounts will give you financial information in a much more useful format and enable you to compare your P&L numbers with other restaurants. Also included is a detailed Cost Coding Guide that will help you determine where nearly every type of cost you incur should be charged. . . . more >>


How to Make Your Profit-&-Loss Statement One of Your Most Important Management Tools
by Jim Laube
How to Make Your Profit-&-Loss Statement One of Your Most Important Management ToolsFinancially astute operators know that every decision and activity that takes place on the operational side of their restaurant is eventually reflected in their numbers and the one report that is most indicative of how well (or how bad) their restaurant is being managed is their profit-and-loss statement (P&L). . . . more >>


The Importance of Effective Record Retention in the Electronic Age
by Alisa Pittman Cleek, Esq.
In the era of electronic information, employers create and retain records that may never be printed or stored in a file cabinet. However, laws and good business practices require employers to manage, access and retain these records electronically. . . . more >>


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