Many small businesspersons find it difficult to progress with their operations, not due to lack of skills or ideas, but due to lack of control over costs or inability to recognize warning signs of possible looming disaster.
Johannesburg, South Africa (PRWEB) October 02, 2012
Accountant Mervyn Mittel understands that in times of uncertainty, business persons throughout the world need help decoding complex business concepts. Inspired by an overwhelming positive response to his monthly trade magazine articles, Mittel authored his book, “Administration and Accounting Guide for the Smaller Business,” in order to assist small business owners internationally with difficult decisions. The book has been written with terms that are easily understandable.
Mittel believes that “many small businesspersons find it difficult to progress with their operations, not due to lack of skills or ideas, but due to lack of control over costs or inability to recognize warning signs of possible looming disaster. The entrepreneur may at times feel helpless, anticipating the problems and needing guidance.”
His book is the answer for those entrepreneurs that are seeking help. It provides assistance as an unbiased advisor of sorts, not only to help avoid immediate disaster, but also to help develop a broader outlook for the future of the business. The book includes information for planning business models, practical assistance to run and control a business, and in-depth support/analysis tools to develop the business and take it to the next level of growth.
Mittel’s book explains business concepts such as the break-even point, how to establish internal administration and accounting control procedures, how to prevent employee fraud, and economic trends and markets. In addition, the ‘Business Guides’ at the end of each chapter and at the end of the book provide brief tips that serve as an easy reference for the concepts covered in the book.
Mittel is encouraged that even if the reader retains only a small portion of the vast amount of information contained in his book, it can make a big difference when the need arises. For example, the simple and powerful concept of break-even analysis can be an important tool to increase profits or when important decisions need to be made.
Mittel feels strongly about sharing his knowledge with small business owners. He says, “Many countries promote small business persons as a means of combating unemployment and poverty. Some countries have been very successful in this quest. The small business concept seems to be growing with intensity and appears to be a good social recipe for peace, harmony and prosperity in developing and well established economies.”
“Administration and Accounting Guide For the Smaller Business” is published exclusively in eBook format by eBookIt.com and is now available from popular online retailers, including Amazon.com, Barnesandnoble.com, and Apple’s iBookstore.
About Mervyn Mittel
Mervyn Mittel has been a practicing chartered accountant in Johannesburg, a financial hub, for many years and has helped clients and business people make their difficult business decisions. This experience has equipped him with the insight to understand the fundamental needs of small business. His knowledge and practical experience enabled him to write this book using simple language and in general terms for businesspersons around the world.
Since 2010, eBookIt.com (based in Sudbury, Massachusetts) has helped thousands of authors and publishers get their books converted to ebook format, and distributed to all the major ebook retailers, including Amazon.com, Barnesandnoble.com, Apple iBookstore, Kobo, Sony Readerstore, Ingram Digital, and Google eBookstore.