Travel expense report

Travel expense accounting: how to correctly reimburse travel expenses

Costs incurred during a business trip can be claimed back from the employer or in your own tax return. In order to do this, you need a detailed list of the individual costs in the travel expense report. But which costs can be claimed for tax purposes and to what extent? And what are the differences between business trips at home and abroad?

Pop-up shop

Pop-up shops: what are the advantages of this concept?

Pop-up stores: they usually disappear as fast as they appear. These are shops that are deliberately operated for a limited time and in which limited products are usually offered. A pop-up shop offers new entrepreneurs an opportunity to present themselves to customers for the first time and enables online shops to launch offline with less risk.

Double-entry accounting, explained simply and briefly

Double-entry accounting simply explained

Double-entry accounting or double-entry bookkeeping is an essential part of the accounting system. Lots of entrepreneurs have a hard time with bookkeeping, when in fact it should be an aid to you and provide a detailed overview of your finances. Double-entry accounting isn’t an impossible undertaking. This guide explains the step by step fundamentals of double-entry accounting, and will turn you...

Collective invoicing: an overview

Collective invoice: settling multiple collected orders

Facilitate the settlement of transactions with regular customers by combining regular deliveries or other services in a collective invoice. Periodic billing of this kind facilitates bookkeeping and saves time and money. Please refer to our article for the tax requirements that apply to the preparation of collective invoices.

Closing profit-and-loss accounts

Easy steps to close a P&L account

Merchants pursuing trade activities are legally obliged to prepare annual accounts based on double-entry bookkeeping. The profit and loss account is an integral part of this, as it demonstrates just how successful a company was during a given financial year. When you close your nominal accounts, it is important that the structure and sequence of your profit-and-loss accounts abide by various...

Cash pooling

Cash pooling: liquidity bundling within a company

Subsidiary A is in financial difficulties, while subsidiary B has money at its disposal. Instead of accepting high debit interest rates and low credit interest rates, wouldn’t it be more practical to simply redistribute liquidity? With cash pooling, this is possible, but beware: You also have to follow certain rules when granting intra-group loans. Otherwise, you may face the threat of legal...

Tax exemption

Tax exemption: How to reduce your tax liability

There are many different kinds of tax exemptions, which either reduce or entirely eliminate your obligation to pay tax. Most taxpayers are entitled to tax credits that reduce their tax bill in the same way that deductions do. Many organizations and groups such as charities are even totally exempt from income tax by the federal and state governments.

EBITA

What is EBITA?

EBITA is a financial indicator that can make business planning easier for you. This value masks items that do not directly influence the operational success of your company. Many large corporations work with this indicator because it makes it easier to compare international companies. What exactly is EBITA, and how does EBITA calculation work?

Direct and indirect tax

Direct and indirect taxes

You may have heard of direct and indirect taxes, but do you know what the difference is between the two tax groups? For example, is income tax a direct or indirect tax? What are the most important direct and indirect taxes? This article will tell you everything you need to know about these two groups of taxes.

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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