91. Solving the currency conundrum

It is tough to predict and anticipate currency fluctuations at the best of times, but the events of 2017 so far have arguably rendered attempts even more difficult. Indeed, at the start of the year, Donald Trump was inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States of America, Marine Le Pen got to the […]

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69. Sage Or Xero – Which Camp Are You In?

Over 20 years ago, this probably wouldn’t have even been asked as Sage was advertising that 80% of accountants would recommend their software over that of their rivals’. The campaign that featured this statistic was so successful that the whole education and training industry focused on Sage technology. This helped Sage consolidate their position as […]

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32. More, more, more – 5 ways to be more productive

The UK is expected to be strongest performing of the largest economies in 2014, with GDP growth expected to exceed its pre-recession peak this summer. This is not the only good news for the UK however as productivity levels, albeit still below their pre-recession levels, are showing significant improvement, rising 0.3% in the final quarter […]

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17. Getting the most from your accountant – The Sequel

In our article ‘Getting the most from your accountant’ we touched on 5 ways that, as a business owner, you could improve the relationship with your accountant. The ultimate goal being to see your accountant as an investment in the growth and development of your business. As part of our ongoing commitment to building valuable, […]

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16. Managing your banking relationship – The Sequel

With yet another banking mis-selling scandal hitting the headlines shortly before Christmas last year, the title of our related article ‘Can you bank on your relationship manager?’ now seems more appropriate than we could ever have envisaged. The link is made with tongue firmly in cheek of course; many bank managers are keen to support […]

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