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Reviewing and Understanding Costs – A Guide for Business Owners

By Steve Carroll | 10 October 2023

  As the end of the year is quickly approaching, it’s important to take a step back and review the cost of running your business. It’s essential to periodically review business costs, especially in times like these, as we continue to experience price increases, supply chain pressures, and continued inflation.  Most businesses no matter what … Read more

5 Instances When a Standalone Forecast is a good idea

By Lindsey Owen | 26 September 2023

When it comes to planning and forecasting in a business, integration across all areas is usually seen as the most beneficial option. It makes sense; why waste time moving information from one system to another or running separate processes if you can have everything streamlined? But there are occasions where using standalone forecasting software can … Read more

Helping Clients plan for 2024: 5 key tasks to do now

By Steve Carroll | 15 September 2023

As 2023 draws to a close, it’s good practice to start looking ahead and plan for the future of your client’s business. It is often the case that clients themselves may be too busy delivering their service to do this, so its  valuable to clients to do the strategic work for them. If they are … Read more

Fuelling Business Growth with Working Capital Funding – a guide for businesses

By Lindsey Owen | 31 August 2023

In today’s fast-paced world of business, growth is the ultimate goal, but it’s not always easy to achieve. Having access to adequate resources and funding is essential to keep your operations running smoothly and drive expansion. One of the most critical components of a business’s financial health is working capital, which represents the funds available … Read more

What does going concern mean? – Our guide for finance professionals

By Steve Carroll | 7 August 2023

For larger companies within the UK, part of audit requirements is to produce a going concern forecast for 12 months from the date of signing the accounts. This is mainly to demonstrate that the business is able to continue to trade for the foreseeable future. Companies must take going concern forecasts seriously as part of … Read more