Posts Tagged ‘Finance’

From a stable job to a start-up business

This week I spent some time interviewing friend and now supplier of my firms book-keeping services, Ben Didier about starting his own business earlier this year. Why did you choose to go it alone? I have always wanted my own business, ever since I was young.  For me it was the plan from the start…

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The Sale ain’t made 'til the bill is paid!

It’s funny, almost every one of us would celebrate making a sale – and so we should, it’s a big thing, but it’s not the whole deal and never forget that!!! Strong opening statement? It’s probably not strong enough… You only have a complete deal when you’ve made a sale, done the work and then…

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Turnover for show, profit for dough

It’s interesting when you think that the majority of people, having been asked the question, “how well is your company doing” or “how big is your company” would probably quote a turnover figure or number of employees. “Hey, I’m Billy big banana’s because I’m turning over 5m a year”, or “Yes, I am the man/woman,…

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Cash Flow is King! Guide to setting up a Cash Flow Forecast

Right now – Here’s my first post on Finance. To be honest with you, it probably should have been earlier because of the importance of it, but hey lets face it, finance isn’t the easiest/most enjoyable subject to blog about. 🙂 OK, in any business there are lots of different things you need to consider…

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