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LEADERSHIP

Reinvesting money in your business is not a bad thing…if it is done consciously, with a robust profit plan and cash management strategy.  Reinvesting money in your business when it’s just a smoke screen for spending all the money you are making is a bad thing. Work out which you are doing…are you telling yourself you …

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I JUST NEED TO HIRE A FEW PEOPLE, THEN MY TIME WILL BE FREED UP TO MAKE THE BUSINESS PROFITABLE

Ask any entrepreneur the biggest problem they have in their business and inevitably boil down to profitability. The common responses to the biggest problem question are:We need more sales!We need to grow!We need to be more efficient!We can’t get work done!We need better people!We need more clients, more projects and more demand!All of these point back …

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Myth - If I Keep Reinvesting In My Business I Will Manage To Take More Money Home

MYTH – IF I KEEP “REINVESTING” IN MY BUSINESS I WILL MANAGE TO TAKE MORE MONEY HOME…EVENTUALLY

Reinvesting money in your business is not a bad thing…if it is done consciously, with a robust profit plan and cash management strategy. Reinvesting money in your business when it’s just a smoke screen for spending all the money you are making is a bad thing. Work out which you are doing…are you telling yourself you …

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Is Your VA Doing Bookkeeping?

IS YOUR VA DOING YOUR BOOKKEEPING?

If they are…then please KEEP READING…you might be leaving yourself exposed… The UK Money Laundering Regulations 2007 state that anyone proving accounting services (which also includes bookkeeping), has to be registered with HMRC if they are not already a member of an accounting or bookkeeping professional body.VA’s need to be registered when they: Advertise bookkeeping services …

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