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Risk and Return

02/07/2014

As accountants, we come across many business owners who haven’t given a lot of thought to what their longer term plans are.  Often they are continually bogged down in the daily routine and don’t...

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Paying Down Debt

01/07/2014

 

Debt can be a crippling problem for small businesses wanting to grow or just break-even during difficult times. By reducing debt you’ll improve the value of your business, its financial situation,...

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Using KPIs to monitor and improve business performance

04/06/2014

The key performance indicators (KPIs) for one company will invariably be different from the KPIs of another firm.  What both hypothetical companies share however, is the challenge of selecting which...

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The cold hard facts about Cash Handling in your Business

12/05/2014

The current perception is that there are many businesses that deal in cash – particularly the service industry and many of us are aware of the scenario of a business offering a discount for cash...

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Finding Money within your Business

06/05/2014

Most small businesses experience cash flow problems from time to time and urgently need working capital. Many business owners immediately think of the bank or loans when they’re short of money. But...

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Five Steps towards getting your Service Business ready to sell

29/07/2013

Service Businesses are hard to value and sometimes struggle to get their price at sale time and a prospective owner can have a lot of questions before taking on a new business.

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How Xero supports your business from Starting-up to Selling for Profit

19/12/2011

In the five years Xero has been on the market it has quickly gained a reputation as being the easiest accounting system around. Xero is a cloud based system which means that you can log into it...

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Penalties for false income reporting – case

12/09/2011

Former restaurant owner gets home detention for false income reporting

"A former Wellington restaurant owner has been sentenced to five months home detention and 200 hours of community work for...

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A great new start or the same old, same old (or something in between)?

08/02/2011

Today the new tax changes come in for those of us still left in the rental property market. It’s the start of a new financial year and it doesn’t feel so new anymore. We are all in the throes of...

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Getting the Taxation Fundamentals Right in Property Investment

04/01/2011

The Tax Changes – are they making you worried about your future losses or is it back to fundamentals in property investment.

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