In the world of small business bookkeeping and accounting, there aren't very many financial solutions that can keep up with Quickbooks Online. From bank reconciliations to accounts receivable and everything in between, this particular program can handle pretty much every aspect of a company's accounting needs. Of course, Fusion CPA's Quickbooks Online integration accountants would make the point that one of the most impressive things about BlueVine’s online financing solution is its ability to seamlessly integrate with accounting software. For businesses that are looking for access to a fast and simple invoice factoring line, the fact that Quickbooks Online (and Quickbooks Desktop) can so easily sync with BlueVine is particularly important.
There is a key benefit to a pairing like this:
Assistance With Financial Decision Making
When you sync your Quickbooks Online system with BlueVine, it almost instantly becomes a lot easier for you to make tough financing decisions. When you combine these two systems, you will be able to automatically view your Quickbooks Online invoices from your BlueVine dashboard. You can then get an advance on your invoice with the click of a button. Because BlueVine gives you the ability to factor individual invoices, they give you the flexibility to make better financial decisions. For example, you may not need to finance all of your receivables at one time. Using BlueVine, you can pick and choose which invoices to factor and when, whenever you need the funds, this way you are only paying to finance your receivables when you need to.
BlueVine also provides robust reporting on your BlueVine loans within their online dashboard. Our knowledgeable small business accountants are able to utilize the financial information from BlueVine’s reporting to help to give you an immediate overview of your current financial status. This makes our CFO advisory team’s financial review process more streamlined. This makes providing you with the high-level financial metrics you need to determine if you can afford to buy that new machine or hire that new employee.
Put simply, when you integrate these two systems and utilize our small business accounting services, you can be sure that you are basing your big decisions on up to date and accurate financial information.
This blog article is not intended to be the rendering of legal, accounting, tax advice or other professional services. Articles are based on current or proposed tax rules at the time they are written and older posts are not updated for tax rule changes. We expressly disclaim all liability in regard to actions taken or not taken based on the contents of this blog as well as the use or interpretation of this information. Information provided on this website is not all-inclusive and such information should not be relied upon as being all-inclusive.