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Archive for December 2015

How To Use Your Businesses Terms and Conditions To Your Advantage

What are your businesses terms and conditions? Here is some advice on business terms and conditions. For example, 60 day terms has been a growing trend for several years now and one that should be approached with caution. Ideally, 60 day terms, should be provided to those clients who have proven to be responsible with your…

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How To Build Great Customer Relationships.

Are your customer relationships solid? Some advice about building better customer relationships and why to make it integral to your business. Treat people the way you want to be treated! A motto many of us live by. So put yourself in the shoes of your customers. Would you be happy with the service, relationship or…

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Choosing An Accountant For Your Business

What is the role of a Bookkeeper? Cash flow in a small business is what we live by and accurate record keeping is the key to decision making and future growth plans. So why use a bookkeeper over an accountant, or be your own bookkeeper. After all the role of bookkeeper is to generate data…

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Builders Tax Obligations

Taxable payments annual report. Taxable payments in the building and construction industry. Since 1st July 2012 businesses in the building and construction industry have been obligated to report to the tax office the total payments made to contractors for the financial year by submitting a ‘Taxable payments annual report’.   Businesses in the building and construction…

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5 Tips for Small Business on Business Debtors

 Do you follow up overdue accounts? Tip 1: It always amazes me as to how many people neglect to review their businesses debtors list and chase up any overdue invoices. If you’re a one man/woman show so to speak, then you will know that sending out and following up on invoices is time consuming, especially…

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