Finance

Money is a tool that you can leverage to open almost any door in the world of business. Money is also one of the most difficult aspects of personal and business management. If cash-flow is a problem, or you’re not seeing the ROI you need in order to keep the doors open, this content will help you make more money.

Finance

Don’t Delay Or You May Pay!

These tips can help to get your accounts finished quickly before the return date. Therefore saving your Accountant time and hopefully saving you some money.
September 16, 2011 520 Reads share

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Top Ten Tips For Managing Your Books

When it comes to your accountant, time really is money. The more you can do yourself to really reduce the workload for your accountant, the less time your accountant will have to spend on your accounts, and you may be able to negotiate a reduction on your fee.
September 2, 2011 588 Reads share

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Advice For Chasing Debtors

Debt collection is not a nice job but a necessity to keep your business going. In these hard times it’s a task that seems to be more prevalent to businesses everywhere...
February 10, 2011 589 Reads share

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Are Your Accounts An Alien To You?

Is your New Years Resolution not to leave your accounts until last minute this year? Here are some tips to make your life easier facing your accounting through the year and making it less of a chore. Hopefully saving you some Accountancy costs too...
January 26, 2011 531 Reads share

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Tax free money from your business!

This is one of the few sure fire ways to get money tax-free out of your business. Legally, I mean. Misused and misunderstood, I am setting the record straight on Director's Expenses.
March 11, 2010 724 Reads share

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Accountants: What a client wants, what a client needs

Remember when Mel Gibson had to fall into the bath and get electrocuted to finally figure out What Women Want in the 2000 movie of the same name? I asked small business clients what advice they would give young graduating accountants, based on their individual experiences.
February 23, 2010 527 Reads share