Portland, OR, May 14, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Many small business owners struggle with their bookkeeping. The software packages currently on the market can be complex for the business owner with little or no accounting experience. “Many business owners just give up,” says Laurie Dart, co-developer of SAS. “We designed our system to be used by anyone. You don’t need an accounting background or even know the difference between a debit and a credit.”
Dart, along with colleague and bookkeeper, Yvonne Weld developed SAS – The Simple Accounting System to help small business owners get their bookkeeping under control. “People go into business because they have a passion for what they do,” says Weld. “They don’t go into business to do bookkeeping (unless of course they are a bookkeeper).” Weld is right. Studies show many small businesses fail within the first year and some because of financial issues.
As small business owners, Dart and Weld know the importance of maintaining accurate and up-to-date books and with their combined experience, they make the subject understandable and very doable. SAS is an easy, affordable and accurate way to track all your business expenses and income. The template can be reused from year to year, making this the only accounting system you may ever have to purchase. That means no costly upgrades, no lost features and no steep learning curves unless you want to upgrade.
Customers agree SAS is user friendly and empowers both seasoned small business owners and those just starting out. Dart and Weld say "Using SAS just makes good business sense.” That's a tip you can take straight to the bank. For more information about SAS visit: http://www.writingwisely.com/sas.html.