When I'm not bookkeeping or writing, I'm often reading. When I was younger it was Stephen King books. Why a 5th grader submitting books reports on Carrie or The Dead Zone didn't raise any red flags is beyond me. Nowadays it's not nearly as many books as it used to be; and almost nothing fiction. Instead, I read a lot of blog posts. My RSS reader (yes, I do still use RSS) is filled with a wide range of topics. From bookkeeping to tech news to music blogs, I'm constantly adding and subtracting blogs that interest and inform me.
During this reading, I come across a lot of great posts and great resources. It seems silly to not share those with you. It's not as though I think I've got the market cornered on bookkeeping tips. If you like reading about bookkeeping, maybe there will be some new sources here.
As a self-serving bonus, I also added a link to an old post on this site. I just rewrote it and I think it's got some great advice.
BlakeOliver.com: I follow Blake on Twitter and he's constantly sharing great content. He also has a blog of his own. He did a great post recently about accounting podcasts to check out, which I really enjoyed.
Adventures of a QBO Bookkeeper: If you are using QuickBooks Online, or plan to soon, Jennifer provides tons of great advice.
The Sleeter Report: If you have ever gone online and read about bookkeeping and accounting, chances are good you've come across The Sleeter Group. They have their own convention each year (SleeterCon), but they also have a ton of great posts on their blog. They cover lots of aspects about cloud accounting...which I find particularly useful.
School of Bookkeeping: This isn't a blog (although there is one linked to the site), but a complete training centre for all things bookkeeping. If you are a bookkeeper, and you want to get some video training, Seth has tons of great information. It's a paid membership, but I think well worth it.
6 Ways to Maintain a Positive Cash Flow: I wrote this way back in 2010 but it's just as true today as it was then. I hope you find it helpful.
If you have helpful sites you'd like to share (bookkeeping-related or otherwise), please let me know by adding a comment or replying to this email.