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Andrew P. Banks
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My background includes, but not limited to, work in industries such as marketing, education, accounting, tourism, construction, sales, promotion.
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Lifestyle
by Andrew P. Banks
5 years ago
Self Motivation and Focus Tips and Tricks

Explore yourself. Why do you keep getting sidetracked away from what you really intended to do? How can you refocus and become more motivated than ever to move forward? Just because your attention might not be where it is suppose to be, doesn't mean you're not doing something important. It just means you need to structure time to give those things the attention they deserve.

Business & Money
by Andrew P. Banks
5 years ago
Petty Cash Abuse CAN Happen In Your Business

Many small businesses, regardless of age, fail to pay attention to the "small stuff". And when you're in business, it's all about the "small stuff". Lack of attention to the "small stuff" can drain your resources. Small expenditures of a business add up. Keeping a Petty Cash will make those purchases, and the accounting for those purchases seamless. This articles helps businesses understand the importance of keeping Petty Cash, and how to establish, manage and record the small purchases made for their business through a Petty Cash system. It proves how a properly established and administered Petty Cash system can save time and money, and give you one more measure of management control!

Business & Money
by Andrew P. Banks
5 years ago
Accounts Payable...Accurate! On-Time! And A Possible Source of Huge Savings!

Accounts Payable is an umbrella term for invoices based on goods or services bought by your business on credit of less then one year. Most often, it is credit for 30, 60 or 90 days. AP, as I call if, is one of the places your business' money flows out. You want to keep a close check on of of your payables or you could end up paying far more than your thought you owed. Tips on how to set up, pay, and file accounts payable records for a startup business and those that just need to get more organized.

Business & Money
by Andrew P. Banks
5 years ago
Cashflow...3 Basic Areas You Need to Get Under Control!

Cashflow is the life blood of a business. Poor cash flow is a major cause of business failure. Learning to read, project and manage cashflow will stop a business from bleeding to death. Many small business owners work "in" their business, but don't understand the importance of working "on" their business. This leads to missing vital signs and symptoms of serious problems due to poor cashflow, problems that sometimes business owner think will somehow just work themselves out. The information needed to help business owners is right at their fingertips the whole time - inside their bookkeeping systems.

Business & Money
by Andrew P. Banks
5 years ago
6 Things About Recordkeeping To Keep In Mind When Starting A Business

Recordkeeping is the last thing on the mind of a person just starting a business for the first time. But it is actually the ONE area that should be in the forefront of his mind. Why? Because recordkeeping starts the minute you make your first transaction whether that is buying your business license, your domain name or making your first sale. Every piece of paper your business generates becomes a part of your overall recordkeeping system. Recordkeeping provides proof of the transactions that happen in your business for management and tax purposes.

Business & Money
by Andrew P. Banks
5 years ago
11 Tips On Writing Using Natural Flow

This article is about how to ALLOW your brain to be creative at article writing instead of forcing it to be creative. Sometimes we do some of our best work when we really aren't even trying. Have you ever been told, "Stop trying so hard and just let it happen?" Often our inner creative juices flow best when not under extreme pressure, when they are allowed to just freely think, materialize, flow. How many times have you pushed yourself to try to remember something, maybe a person's name, and no matter how hard you tried, you just couldn't remember it? But later when you weren't even trying, the name came to you. How many times have you been without a paper and pen and you thought of important things that you really weren't even trying to thin about, they just "came" to you? Learn how "mindlessness" isn't as mindless as you might think.

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