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How Accounting Mistakes Can Hurt Your Business

Many small business owners tend to handle their own accounting and bookkeeping, especially when they’ve just started out. However, keeping track of the finance-side of the business– everything from income to expenses to

Does your business have a CRM tool?

Having clean, up-to-date information and data about your customers is a vital part of running your business. But recording, tracking and accessing this customer information can be tricky if you don’t have the

8 key things restaurant owners struggle with everyday

It’s a shocking truth, especially for new restaurateurs: Food and labour costs usually range between 62%-68% for every pound in revenue, with profits only reaching between 2%-6%.  With razor-thin profit margins, restaurants can’t

Retail store finds one way to bring success

Sarah and Tim own an independent home entertainment retailer, selling televisions, music systems, phones, computers, games and consoles and other consumer electronics. Having completed their year-end accounts and tax work, the accountant presented

HMRC plans to move paying your tax online by 2020

HMRC can now confirm that under Making Tax Digital: businesses will now be able to continue to use spreadsheets to record receipts and expenditure, which they can then link to software to automatically generate

Avoid changing horses in midstream

It’s rare that Accountants are spoken of as examples of great marketing. So please indulge us as we share with you a wonderful campaign run by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England