Working from home with children

Working from home with children: Reduce stress on both sides

 

Working in from a home office with your kids around can put even nerves of steel to the test. The double burden of work and keeping your little ones entertained in a confined space can push both parents and children to their limits. Our best tips and tricks can help you manage...

 

Skype Interview

Skype Interview Tips: How to Prepare for a Skype Interview

 

A Skype interview can be a perfect solution in a world of work that’s increasingly benefiting from employee mobility. However, it’s important that no personal habits sneak their way into a Skype interview with a future employer. If you consider all the technical and formal...

 

Setting up an online store: The basics

E-commerce: the basics

 

If you’re planning to set up an online store, you have a lot to consider. Amongst other things, your checklist will include applying for a business license, developing a concept, and calculating your finances. But don’t despair! A host of e-commerce programs and optimisation...

 

E-recruiting

E-recruiting: Applicant tracking systems for better applicant management

 

Whether it’s in the field of mobile or social media, various methods can help bring applicant management into the digital age. E-recruiting can help make it easier for you to find better candidates, strengthen your employer brand, and free up your HR department. This saves money...

 

G Suite vs. Office 365

Comparing G Suite to Microsoft 365

 

Which is better, G suite or Microsoft 365? Both providers offer users a cloud platform with business-ready office and collaboration tools. The pricing is also in a similar ballpark. Entrepreneurs who want to centralise operational work processes with cloud-based applications are...

 

Double-entry accounting, explained simply and briefly

Double-entry accounting simply explained

 

Double-entry accounting or double-entry bookkeeping is an essential part of the accounting system. Lots of entrepreneurs have a hard time with bookkeeping, when in fact it should be a boon and provide a detailed overview of your finances. Double-entry accounting isn’t an...

 

Crowdfunding

Crowdfunding

 

Crowdfunding is a way of raising funds for a project using an online campaign. It’s a popular way of financing, especially for private individuals and startups. Usually private individuals are addressed directly. Four main crowdfunding models have been established, which differ...

 

Call for tenders – How to search for procurement bids

When a UK government authority or department procures services or goods, it is required to allow private contractors to bid on projects. This allows any interested company to submit an application to secure a project contract. The legislation ensures that there are no unfair competitive advantages and that state taxes for government projects are used economically. But what types of tenders exist...

Statement of work – the basis for an offer

When a company is interested in bidding for a public contract, it creates an invitation to tender based on a statement of work. This includes detailed information on the project’s goal and expected services. To make sure that the awarding entity receives suitable offers, a few points should be taken into account when creating a statement of work.

When is just-in-time production suitable?

Is it possible to improve economic success without raising product prices or lowering quality? Companies that optimise their value chain can do just that. Just-in-time production streamlines procurement and production, enabling significant savings. But careful: the strategy is not suitable for every company and every industry.

The bullwhip effect

The bullwhip effect, also known as the Forester effect, describes the phenomenon in which fluctuations in market demand can increase at every point in the supply chain. Even small changes in demand that a retailer will hardly notice can have a major impact on a manufacturing company at the beginning of the supply chain. The bullwhip effect is therefore important for supply chain management.

G Suite alternatives

G Suite is great. That is why many companies use it. But not everyone likes to follow the crowd and some businesses prefer not to use Google’s office solution. Our article covers well-known G Suite alternatives, and some lesser-known options that might just be the perfect fit.

Corporations

Before registering a business overseas, every UK entrepreneur is faced with the same question: Which business structure should I choose? So that you can answer this question with confidence, it’s best to know the difference between a corporation and a partnership. Here, we’ll introduce you to the many different types of corporations in the United States and how they differ in their rights and...

How to record capital contributions and withdrawals correctly

Many business owners will withdraw cash from their business and invest money from their personal accounts back into their companies. This is generally not a problem, but these contributions and withdrawals need to be recorded correctly. Here’s what you need to know to ensure your contributions and withdrawals are recorded properly.

Withdrawals – made easy!

Withdrawing from company assets for personal use is a matter of course for many business owners. After all, they have to live off something. This process is known as a withdrawal and is not always straightforward when it comes to accounting and tax law. What do you need to consider, what kind of withdrawals are there and is it possible to do this in a limited company? We provide the answers.

All about Payment Holidays: Definition and Application

Payment holidays are can be a good option in times of financial hardship. What is a payment holiday, and which payments does it apply to? Who can get a payment holiday? Has the Coronavirus pandemic changed eligibility? There is a lot of confusion around payment holidays, but this article will help clarify some of your questions.

Deferral of payment: When can you ask for VAT deferrals?

Is your company currently unable to meet its payment obligations? Are you unable to make your second payment on account? In that case, opting for a deferral of payment, in the forms of a VAT deferral or a self assessment payment deferral is an option to delay payments. We’ll show you what conditions must be met, and what you need to look out for.


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