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Spring cleaning for your accounts

I’m a regular guest blogger on KindredHQ, the community for freelancers, and their resident accounting bod. Here’s my latest blog post and I’ll be posting my other Kindred blogs here too. ‘Spring is that beautiful time of year when the days are longer, the daffodils are blooming, and the last month before the tax return […]

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Free Online Bookkeeping

I was interviewed over at Izzbox this week about how I use Google Drive with my clients. ‘What are the main benefits of switching to Google Docs Spreadsheets from a more traditional desktop spreadsheet package? For simple sole trader accounts, it’s easier on Google Drive spreadsheet than a more traditional spreadsheet package. There are some […]

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How do I register as self-employed?

Have you started a business? Are you doing business activity for profit rather than just as a hobby? Then you need to register as self-employed with HMRC. Step 1: Go to HMRC’s website and register as a new business. Link here Step 2: Follow the instructions. Step 3: You’re done. What to check to make […]

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10 Surprising Ways An Accountant Can Benefit Your Micro Business

I’m guest posting over at Micro Business Hub writing about how I can help benefit your business in ways that may surprise you! Come have a look.  

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What have you done today to make you feel proud?

We all need to feel good about ourselves. Joanne Dewberry is encouraging everyone to write about what you’re really proud of in your business. I’m proud of combining emotional support with practical accounts help It took me a long time to find what I wanted to do in business. I wanted a business model that […]

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Late payments: do Prompt Payment Codes work?

We’ve all suffered from late payers. It’s part of the job. What do you do when late payers threaten your business? Tax Donut recently published a blog post highlighting the reluctance – putting it politely – of big firms to sign up to the Prompt Payment Code. 60 of the top 75 FTSE 100 firms […]

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Grow your business: put yourself in the path of opportunities

You need sales to enable your business to grow. Planning is important, you know that, and so is the ability to be spontaneous.   Why planning puts you in the path of opportunities   I may have an accounting business, but I’ve never been one to do the obvious. That’s why I focus on coaching.

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3 reasons cake belongs with bookkeeping

Let me tell you a story. When I was 5 I went to school one day and the class was doing baking in the afternoon. You can imagine it can’t you, 30 5-year-olds all under the care of one teacher. Mrs Wood was destined to be a reception class teacher, all soft skin and soft […]

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Save 2%: don't be in the workhouse when you retire

I was reading a blog post on Business Matters about how a fifth of people have no pension savings. Pension savings are very important. There won’t be a state pension in a few decades time in my opinion (that affects you if you’re in your 20s or 30s). This means saving for when you finish […]

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Cashflow starts with the letter C

Cookie starts with C. So does cashflow. Is your cash flow good enough for you?

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