54. The Three Biggest Large Business Accounting Mistakes

Mistakes help us learn and improve our businesses. While it is impossible for us to never make a mistake, you can limit the errors made by learning from others. Accounting mistakes from large businesses are often highly publicised and so much can be learnt from their experiences. So what are the three biggest accounting mistakes […]

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44. Contract terms – did you read the contract before signing? No, m’lud, they were too long and boring!

What do good contract terms and conditions look like? “And did you read the contract terms before you accepted them?” “No, m’Lud, they looked very long and very boring and life felt too short.” This defence might meet with some sympathy in a dispute over an on-line retail purchase; but in the commercial world, business […]

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31. Nothing lasts forever: The need to reinvent your business

According to the International Monetary Fund’s ‘World Economic Outlook’, Britain will be the best performing of the world’s largest economies in 2014. A key contributory factor to Britain’s expected 2.9% GDP growth this year is the strongest rate of growth seen in the manufacturing sector for three years; anticipated at 3.8%. The manufacturing sector in […]

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18. How to achieve compliance with Auto enrolment

At a recent seminar it was reported that those businesses which have completed Auto enrolment have taken on average 18 months from the start of the thinking process to their staging date. And these are the large organisations that are able to pull together a task force to manage the project. How long will a […]

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