Getting the best deal when buying a business (or selling one, for that matter) boils down to one key factor – preparation. In this article, Renae Smith explains how to get ready to make the deal of a lifetime.
Running a small business often means working with small margins. In turn, smaller margins require keeping a diligent eye on company expenses and effectively cutting costs when needed.
No two accountants are the same, which means you’re likely to find one in your area perfectly suited to your needs. First, consider the following five points before setting out to find the right accountant for you.
You may think that management accounting is something that only applies to big businesses. This is a common misconception. The purpose of this article is to convince you that any business – large or small – will benefit from management accounting.
Before jumping into an investment on a second, or even third business, put your emotions aside and focus on these simple points to make sure you’ll be celebrating and not commiserating your decision in the future.
Economic headwinds got you looking to the horizon? In this article, Jamie Davison of Carbon Group suggests ways you can shore up your business for any eventuality.
Is your firm doing what’s best by rural clients so they have access to the specialist services they need to run a successful agribusiness?
Kiwi farmers are facing unique market challenges. It’s time accountants engage with their agribusiness clients in new ways so that both sides can develop a more sustainable business outlook.