Spending and investment patterns in place prior to the pandemic now need to be revised. Here are key steps to take for a hybrid workplace…
Ask any small business owner what keeps them up at night and they will say cashflow is their top concern. Understandably so, as it plays a pivotal role in a business’ survival. This year has started out rough for all of us. In Australia, we first had to fight through the bushfire crisis, and now… Continue reading Three simple steps to improve your small business cashflow
By David De Laine, GM, ANZ, Oracle NetSuite Most businesses budget and plan for their next fiscal period at a set time every year – whether it’s at the start of the calendar year or in the lead up to the new financial year, which for the majority of businesses, starts at the beginning of… Continue reading Real-time budgeting is a must for every business. Here’s why.
Any first time business owner will encounter the world of numbers and sometimes, become stuck among the intimidating and sometimes confusing jungle. Budgets; a word no one is thrilled to hear but its presence is critical to the success of a business. It’simportant you live for a budget. Make budgets your ally Financial plans and… Continue reading Small businesses should live for a budget
The beginning and end of the year represent two extremes of the human condition. As the year draws to an end, we celebrate extravagantly and we spend. Australians are thought to have spent $8.9 billion on Christmas gifts last year. In the New Year, we redeem ourselves with healthy living – we cleanse, we detox and we… Continue reading It’s 2016 and you’ve seen better days: four strategies to help your business cope with the excess of Christmas
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It’s clear that not everyone who starts a business has the same level of accounting knowledge. For some the idea of managing numbers is overwhelming, while for others they may have studied accounting at university.
While many of us dream of owning a fancy sports car or house right on the beach, the majority don’t know the right way to save in order to get there.
A growing business has expenses. Use these steps to cut costs and ramp up your profits in 2013.
With the new year looming and businesses everywhere grappling with change, now is a good time to consider some ideas on how you can work on your business, setting yourself up for a stronger year in 2013. It’s time to work smarter not harder.