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Ruth King

Ruth King

Ruth King has over 25 years of experience in the hvacr industry and has worked with contractors, distributors, and manufacturers to help grow their companies and become more profitable. She is president of HVAC Channel TV and holds a Class II (unrestricted) contractors license in Georgia. Ruth has written several books, all of which you can find at https://ruthkinghvac.com/ruths-books/. Contact Ruth at ruthking@hvacchannel.tv or call 770.729.0258

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Four warnings that will help you safeguard your business accounts from theft.

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Learn the proper accounting for journaling negative accounts receivable on your balance sheets.

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