A Must-Have QuickBooks Guide For Restaurant Owners and Operators
The Back Office Restaurant Accounting Guide You’ve Been Searching For!
Restaurants are notorious for their low margins and even lower success rates. It’s no surprise that restaurant owners and operators are usually stressed out. Many wonder if they can ever truly break the cycle of a runaway payroll or ever-increasing food and beverage costs. It’s no surprise that it’s sometimes easier to quit than to push through.
However, I argue that with the right support and know-how, owners and operators can set up and successfully execute all of their back-office tasks. With the help of my guide, anyone can run the balanced-book restaurant of their dreams.
QuickBooks for Restaurants — A Bookkeeping and Accounting Guide shows restaurant owners and operators how QuickBooks software can be leveraged for restaurant success. I explain QuickBooks fundamentals, including sales tracking, purchasing, bill paying, invoicing, managing day-to-day liabilities, gift certificate tracking, cash management, detailed reporting, and more. I also guide owners and operators through the process of accounting for sales, payroll, inventory and more. Ultimately, I show owners and operators how to create the accurate financials and reporting that will enable them to make better informed data-driven decisions.
- How to record daily sales and payroll entries
- How to understand and navigate the regular accounts payable cycle
- How to manage day-to-day liabilities
- How to conquer restaurant inventory
- How to generate and understand key restaurant reports
ZACHARY WEINER is a full-time business consultant helping small- to medium-sized businesses achieve their financial and operational goals. He specializes in restaurants, hospitality, startups, and real estate from pre-revenue to annual revenue of up to tens of millions of dollars. An entrepreneur and an economist by training, Zachary has written numerous bestselling books and guides that have helped thousands of small business owners and operators better manage their finances. His newest book brings a new and easy-to-understand perspective to the world of restaurant accounting.