Make sure your accountant knows what they’re doing because the best golfers don’t have to use the latest clubs, but they do need to know how to play golf
Set up an Accounts Calendar. It’s about time (and money)
Introducing the Accounts Calendar to your workflow adds a regular layer of financial management that’s re-enforcing the twin pillars of financial success – cashflow and profitability.
Bounce Back Loans can be a lifeline but many business owners are wary about applying because they don’t want to take on debt. Remember – loans must be repaid!
Running a business is a transferable skill – that people don’t transfer often enough
You can’t get this experience in a classroom, you can’t get it working for other people but, boy, is it valuable.
Google My Business – How to request a review and profile tips
Our website is designed and managed by TPG-Design so it makes a lot of sense to ask them to give us all a brief outline about how anyone can use Google My Business to be noticed and gain traction on Google……….
Getting paid on time – your company is NOT a source of alternative finance!
Getting paid on time – it’s one of the biggest drags on the business community and it hits the smaller business particularly hard.
But there are things you can do, it’s time to hit back.
Remember – your company is NOT a source of alternative finance for your customers!
Get paid quicker – 5 ways to avoid bad credit risks
The collection side of credit control is difficult enough so identifying bad payer problems before you have even made a sale can save you time and money.
Annual accounts – a milestone or a millstone?
Drafting the annual accounts while last year’s performance is still in everyone’s mind is easier than leaving it for several months and coming back to the task when the business has moved on.
Xero v QuickBooks – digital shoot-out
QuickBooks and Xero lead the UK in cloud accounting. But is there a winner?
Gross Profit Officer – appoint one today!
Ask yourself how much your bottom line will improve or decline by if you raise or lower your gross profit margin by just 1%. Still can’t afford a Gross Profit Officer?