Financing business

Managing business budgets and finances

Introducing the discipline that finance management brings means a business is much better placed to organise and plan its development.

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Cashflow forecasting

Even during the best of economic times, cashflow can be critical for many smaller businesses.

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Annual financial planning

Planning is all-important in business. By planning for the future, a business can focus on how best to boost profit margins, to manage costs and to set achievable, realistic targets for growth.

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Three steps to cheaper financing

Sooner or later, most businesses have to turn to external sources to finance growth, whether it is to invest in new equipment or machinery, to purchase property, to upgrade technology, or to maintain cashflow while a new product line kicks in.

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Increasing your cashflow

We are all aware of the importance of maintaining a positive cashflow from month to month if we are to avoid a liquidity crisis and all the misery that entails.

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Can you improve your profitability?

We offer a lot more than basic tax and accounting services. - we also offer business advisory services designed to help you improve your profitability.

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Improve profitability

There are many factors that combine to produce a successful business and maximising the profits you could realise. This dedicated area explores some key strategies for unleashing unrealised profit potential.

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Balancing your purchase (creditors) ledger

In a purchase ledger control account, the total outstanding invoices at the beginning of a period and invoices received during that period, less payments made for invoiced supplies, will give a balancing figure of invoices still outstanding at the end of the period - your creditors.

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Balancing your sales (debtors) control account

In a sales control account, the total of outstanding invoices at the beginning of the period and invoices raised during the period, less payments received for invoiced income, will give a balancing figure of invoices still outstanding at the end of the period - your debtors.

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