This is the first in a series of bookkeeping resource roundup blog posts, where I collate all the resources I've been writing, reading and listening to that I have found useful and inspiring.
You've set some goals for your business, but what do you do with all this information and how can you use it to create and monitor budgets to help you make decisions in your business?
It’s been two days since the end of the AAT conference and I am still buzzing with ideas, inspiration and enthusiasm for the future of accountancy and bookkeeping. I wanted to share my thoughts and experience with you so you can see the benefits of attending a conference within your business industry.
So, you’ve started a business and now you need to make sure all your bookkeeping is done, but you’re not sure what you need to do. In this article, I will explain what you need to record in your accounts and why this will help make things quicker and easier when it is time to complete your tax self-assessment.
Do you review your business accounts to help you achieve your long term goals?
The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) are new regulations that will come into effect in the UK from 25th May 2018. They are similar to the Data Protection Act 1998, but expand upon the act and include some new requirements.
Welcome to my first Numberstuff blog post. This is my first foray into the blogosphere and I'm quite excited for the journey ahead. I'm glad you've chosen to join me on this journey as we'll be learning together; you about bookkeeping for your business, and I about blogging. Each month, I will publish a new… Continue reading Numberstuff – Another Adventure on my Journey