Business impact analysis

The business impact analysis

 

A BIA or business impact analysis emphasizes the most important processes of your company that could threaten your normal business operations in case of a deficit or outage. These processes allow you to evaluate the consequences of a crisis more effectively and devise strategies...

 

Cost of sales method

The cost of sales procedure in the context of profits and losses

 

The profit and loss account (P&L) is also called an income statement. All general ledger accounts are summed up with expenses subtracted from the income to leave a profit or loss amount for the period, which is usually one financial year. Daily operating expenses are summarized...

 

Agile Working

Agile working: mastering the challenges of the digital world

 

“Agile working” is currently one of the biggest trends in the corporate world. It’s seen as the best way to master the challenges of digitalization. How does the agile approach work? What opportunities and risks does it involve? And what role will this hot topic play in the...

 

Supply and demand

Supply and demand – how they control the market

 

Supply and demand determine pricing in a free market. Demand has an influence on supply and vice versa. With no demand, any supply is redundant, and with no supply, demand is ineffective. When they are in equilibrium, prices remain stable and goods are affordable. But how exactly...

 

Outsourcing

Outsourcing

Are time-consuming tasks interrupting your workflow and that of your employees? You can outsource routine tasks such as e-mail archiving, but also tasks which require a high degree of specialism, to external companies. This allows you to focus on your core competencies while at the same time saving costs. So, is outsourcing a workable strategy for your company?

Balance sheet

Balance sheets: the basics

Creating a balance sheet can give business owners and entrepreneurs a headache. After all, proper bookkeeping with a balance sheet and a profit and loss account is far more complex than a simple income statement. But how do you know whether you are obliged to create a balance sheet? Here, you can find out why you might need to keep a balance sheet, and what they mean for you and your company.

Low value asset

What is a low-value asset (LVA)?

By depreciating your low-value assets, you can get a better idea of your financial status, enabling you to work out when assets need replacing and their cost. There are two different depreciation methods: straight line depreciation and reducing balance depreciation – but you need to work out which of them works best for you and your business. Software can also facilitate the task and work out the...

Creating a balance sheet

Guidelines for a proper balance sheet, clearly explained

Anyone who is required to prepare accounts needs to pay attention to the guidelines and principles that come with it, especially when it comes to balance sheets. We expect the data to be reliable, verifiable, and objective, as well as consistent and compatible. Knowing these objectives helps you to prepare accurate annual financial statement for your company. We explain what is meant by the...

What is inventory?

What is inventory?

For many businesses, inventory management is their lifeblood; regular stocktaking is essential in order to ensure that you’re working with the correct figures for your accounts. We explain the subtleties of inventory counts, which inventory types and inventory procedures there are, and how to carry out the complex process as quickly as possible without encountering any problems.

Writing a quote | tips for creating a quote

Writing a quote: what you should consider when creating a quote

The profitability of many companies and freelancers depends primarily on the order situation. If you attract a customer’s attention with your products or services, and they send you a request, you should try to create a quote as quickly as possible and send it back to them. We explain what you need to include when writing a quote and the correct way to structure it.

Annual financial statement

Annual financial statements – an overview of the financial year

For publicly traded companies, annual financial statements are due at the end of the year. This report allows you to present your company’s financial situation to the public, answering questions like: How high is your balance sheet profit? What is the composition of income and expenses? What risks will investors be taking if they want to work with you? Drawing up an annual financial statement will...

Recording Cash Discounts

Recording a cash discount: how does it work?

What does a cash discount accounting record look like? Many entrepreneurs ask themselves this very question. If you know how to record a cash discount, it's easy. At first, however, the subject can cause confusion: What about sales tax? Do I book the discount as a discount? Should I choose the gross or the net method? We get to the bottom of the most important questions and show an example of an...

Loss carryforward and loss carryback: tips for doing taxes

Loss carryforward and loss carryback: how you can save on taxes

Just because your business has been running smoothly for years, it doesn’t mean that things will always be this way. There could be times where the expenditures of your business are greater than its revenues. It wouldn’t be fair to expect the company to pay tax when it isn’t as financially stable as in previous years. This is where the provisions, loss carryforward, and loss carryback come into...

Grow Your Business

A solid business growth strategy is paramount for any business owner. This category focuses on all the aspects that follow the establishment of a company; from business strategy and growth, to recruitment, bookkeeping, and taxes.


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