CRM tools: customer care made easy

CRM tools: software for customer care

 

Customer care is one of the corner stones of a successful company – whether you are running an online shop or offering bank accounts. Even smaller companies can benefit from the use of CRM tools, which help to organise customer- or buyer data. These software systems automate and...

 

EBITA

What is EBITA?

EBITA is a financial indicator that can make business planning easier for you. This value masks items that do not directly influence the operational success of your company. Many large corporations work with this indicator because it makes it easier to compare international companies. What exactly is EBITA, and how does EBITA calculation work?

Direct and indirect tax

Direct and indirect taxes

You may have heard of direct and indirect taxes, but do you know what the difference is between the two tax groups? For example, is income tax a direct or indirect tax? What are the most important direct and indirect taxes? This article will tell you everything you need to know about these two groups of taxes.

Limited partnership profit distribution

Limited partnership profit distribution: basics and examples

Limited partnerships make it possible to participate in a company with limited liability, making it easier to secure investors. Limited partnerships also have advantages when it comes to profit distribution: If you don’t want to follow the legal model for distributing annual profits and losses, you can make your own regulations in your company’s articles of association. In this way, factors like...

Market analysis: definition

Market analysis – the definition

Whether you are starting a company, exploring your current market, or discovering a new one, a market analysis can help you evaluate the attractiveness of a market. A market analysis is a key element of every business plan and makes sure that your idea or your plan is fit for the future. Above all, investors attach a lot of importance to a thorough market analysis.

Outsourcing

Outsourcing

Are time-consuming tasks interrupting your workflow and that of your employees? You can outsource routine tasks such as e-mail archiving, but also tasks which require a high degree of specialism, to external companies. This allows you to focus on your core competencies while at the same time saving costs. So, is outsourcing a workable strategy for your company?

Balance sheet

Balance sheets: the basics

Creating a balance sheet can give business owners and entrepreneurs a headache. After all, proper bookkeeping with a balance sheet and a profit and loss account is far more complex than a simple income statement. But how do you know whether you are obliged to create a balance sheet? Here, you can find out why you might need to keep a balance sheet, and what they mean for you and your company.

Self employed tax

How do you pay tax correctly as a freelancer?

Either October or January (depending on whether you submit on paper or online) are usually the deadlines for submitting tax returns on the previous financial year in the UK. This process often leads to questions: How do I determine my earnings? What can be deducted? Which forms need to be filled out? What are the deadlines and extensions? Something that often escapes many freelancers is that...

Annual accounts

Annual accounts – an overview of the financial year

For publicly traded companies, annual accounts are due at the end of the year. This report allows you to present your company’s financial situation to the public, answering questions like: How much balance sheet profit did you make? What is the composition of income and expenses? What risks will investors be taking if they want to work with you? Drawing up an annual account will help you answer...

Low value asset

What is a low-value asset (LVA)?

By depreciating your low-value assets, you can get a better idea of your financial status, enabling you to work out when assets need replacing and their cost. There are two different depreciation methods: straight line depreciation and reducing balance depreciation – but you need to work out which of them works best for you and your business. Software can also facilitate the task and work out the...

Creating a balance sheet

Guidelines for a proper balance sheet, clearly explained

Anyone who is required to prepare accounts needs to pay attention to the guidelines and principles that come with them, especially when it comes to balance sheets. We expect the data to be reliable, verifiable, and objective, as well as consistent and compatible. Knowing these objectives helps you to prepare accurate annual financial statement for your company. We explain what is meant by the...

Grow Your Business

A solid business growth strategy is paramount for any business owner. This category focuses on all the aspects that follow the establishment of a company; from business strategy and growth, to recruitment, bookkeeping, and taxes.


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