If your business produces or purchases stock for the market, you will likely need to do at least one stocktake at the end of the financial year for tax reasons. …
Over the coming weeks we’ll discuss four seemingly simple – but proven – strategies for smarter inventory control. …
Keeping up with products and services in your interest area can be hard work for bloggers or journalists. I’m forever on the lookout for new ideas to engage my readers.
That’s why I was thrilled to hear news of a new online service called The Media
Cash flow, as the name suggests is about the movement of money in and out of your business. While your accountant may talk about a statement of cash flow which involves looking also at the balance of bank accounts, many of the cash problems a
Say kids, what time is it?
Remember Prince Planet?
Use of his superpowers drained his pendant P.
Failure to recharge made him a vulnerable mortal.
I think running a business is like that.
I wonder if you agree.
What is time?
Dad and I were toasting the spontaneous relocation of
Every paperclip counts when you operate your own business.
When you are responsible for your own bills, spending really comes under scrutiny and this month provides an additional reminder about using what you already have.
October is ‘Buy Nothing New Month’, a great collaborative campaign by a
Greater love hath no man.
Last month, two prospects offered to pay me for stuff they didn’t need.
I talked them both out of it.
Am I crazy?
Let’s see.What you ordered, not what you wanted
Have you ever demanded a particular restaurant meal?
The waiter advised