Being A Qualified Bookkeeper – Does it make a difference?

I finished my IAB (International Association of Bookkeepers) course in Computerised Accounting for Business recently and, as courses, are designed to do, it has certainly given me food for thought. The latest work I was doing was with a construction company.  Their turnover had increased extensively in a short period of time yet when I […]

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Doing Your Own Bookkeeping

Having run through the “easy” part of becoming a qualified bookkeeper, I am now on the “challenging and thought provoking” part of the course – seeing things from the accountant’s end.  The latest session today has seen me struggling to work through depreciation.  Accruals and prepayments are on my task list for next week but […]

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RTI – Getting Ready For Changeover

I came across a Webinar about using the Intuit software QuickBooks (which I do enjoy using) that I wanted to share.  It is important that all companies get ready for the changeover. https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/8621/60261

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Rise in confidence of small businesses

Freelancers … or permanent staff?  A recent survey shows that 50% of small businesses are now willing to invest in their businesses and are more confident about the future.  However, it seems that taking on permanent staff to invest in growth is an area that still remains uncertain.  More companies believe that they would be […]

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Real Time Information

Are you, as a company, ready for this changeover.  I am … raring to go actually.  The fact that the year end payroll reconciliation will not have to be done once we start doing real time information processing is a real bonus.  If you are unaware of just what is happening, then a read of […]

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