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Accounting simply follows the money flowing within, to, and from, a business. It is important to remember that the accounts reflect the finances of the business, not of the owner(s).
There are three basic financial statements which describe the activities and financial state of any business:...
Some form of budgetary control is essential to all businesses. In essence, it is the process of controlling available resources to achieve pre-agreed targets - the operational plan. Budgeting should not be seen - or used - as simply a cost-cutting exercise, identifying areas where savings may be...
Accounts and Finance
This section will give you an overview to business tax and legislation. However, since this is one of the areas which small businesses often get wrong - we would strongly advise that you get professional help if you are in doubt.
Financing Your Business - Grand Ideas Awards Winners Story
Often finance is the make or break whether your business will get off the ground in the initial stages as not all entrepreneurs can finance their own business ideas. We asked some of our previous Grand Ideas Award winner where they had looked for and approached for funding to help support their...
The Purchase Ledger
Purchase ledgers are used to record all suppliers' invoices; to show those which are still unpaid; and to allow VAT to be accounted for. Look at the purchase ledger example below. Whenever you make a purchase and receive a purchase, record the information as follows:
Date: date the purchase...
GiveMeTap Wins £1,000 for Refreshing New Idea
Edwin Broni-Mensah was awarded £1,000 for his business in a special Shell LiveWIRE elevator pitch competition that took place at the NACUE 'Business Not As Usual' conference at UCL London on 27th-28th March 2010.
23 young student entrepreneurs pitched their ideas to Shell LiveWIRE's Stuart...