Heather D. Satterley

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Heather D. Satterley
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Heather Satterley is a contributing writer at Fundera.

Heather is founder of Satterley Training & Consulting, LLC, a firm dedicated to helping accounting professionals learn and implement QuickBooks and related applications. She works with sole practitioners and teams to streamline internal processes as well as consulting on a variety of client engagements. 

With over 20 years experience as a bookkeeper, accountant and enrolled agent, Heather has helped thousands of small business owners and accounting professionals sharpen their skills and increase their confidence with accounting technology. 

As a member of the Intuit Trainer/Writer network, Heather teaches QuickBooks to accounting professionals all over the country via live training events, webinars, and conferences.

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Articles by Heather D. Satterley

Independent Contractor vs. Employee: What’s the Difference?
How to Calculate Cash Flow for Your Business
Using Assets, Liabilities, and Equity to Check Your Business’s Financial Health
What’s the difference between an independent contractor vs. employee? And why is this distinction important? Learn more in our guide.
Learning how to calculate cash flow is crucial to understanding your business finances. This guide will break down the cash flow formulas you need to know.
Assets, liabilities, and equity are important indicators of your business' financial health. Learn the balance sheet equation, and understand your P&L.
Can You Write Off Unpaid Invoices? Everything You Need to Know
Cash Flow vs. Profit: Everything You Need to Know
Small Business Tax Rate: 2021 Guide for Business Owners
You send a customer an invoice for payment. And as you’re doing your books, you realize that money’s never coming. So, can you write off unpaid invoices?
How can a business turn a profit yet have no cash at the end of the year? To understand, you must know the difference between cash flow vs. profit.
This guide helps you understand the small business tax rate and breaks down the types of taxes your business might be subject to.
Independent Contractor vs. Employee: What’s the Difference?
Independent Contractor vs. Employee: What’s the Difference?
What’s the difference between an independent contractor vs. employee? And why is this distinction important? Learn more in our guide.
How to Calculate Cash Flow for Your Business
How to Calculate Cash Flow for Your Business
Learning how to calculate cash flow is crucial to understanding your business finances. This guide will break down the cash flow formulas you need to know.
Using Assets, Liabilities, and Equity to Check Your Business’s Financial Health
Using Assets, Liabilities, and Equity to Check Your Business’s Financial Health
Assets, liabilities, and equity are important indicators of your business' financial health. Learn the balance sheet equation, and understand your P&L.
Can You Write Off Unpaid Invoices? Everything You Need to Know
Can You Write Off Unpaid Invoices? Everything You Need to Know
You send a customer an invoice for payment. And as you’re doing your books, you realize that money’s never coming. So, can you write off unpaid invoices?
Cash Flow vs. Profit: Everything You Need to Know
Cash Flow vs. Profit: Everything You Need to Know
How can a business turn a profit yet have no cash at the end of the year? To understand, you must know the difference between cash flow vs. profit.
Small Business Tax Rate: 2021 Guide for Business Owners
Small Business Tax Rate: 2021 Guide for Business Owners
This guide helps you understand the small business tax rate and breaks down the types of taxes your business might be subject to.

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