Outsourcing
Outsourcing
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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?

Outsourcing
Societas Europaea
Societas Europaea/European Company
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A merging world requires international business structures. With Societas Europaea, the EU has created a form of enterprise that can be used throughout Europe. For companies that operate EU-wide, a European Company can have its advantages – but there are also disadvantages. We present the Societas Europaea and explain what is behind it.

Societas Europaea/European Company
General partner
General partner in a limited partnership: both managing director and general partner
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All the risk, but all the freedom – this is one way you can describe being a general partner in a limited partnership. While the other shareholders are “only” reliable for their own capital contribution, the general partner is liable with their total assets. Being a general partner comes with additional special rights – they are the only ones entitled to manage and represent the company.

General partner in a limited partnership: both managing director and general partner
Customer Satisfaction Score
What is the CSAT (Customer Satisfaction Score)?
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Do your customers usually purchase once with you and then never return? Then your Customer Satisfaction Score is perhaps too low. Put simply: your customers are not satisfied with the services your company provides. This could be because of the product quality, the ordering process, or the support. Customer satisfaction surveys help to discover where exactly the problem lies. We will advise you...

What is the CSAT (Customer Satisfaction Score)?
Balance sheet
Balance sheets: the basics
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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.

Balance sheets: the basics
Low value asset
What is a low-value asset (LVA)?
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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...

What is a low-value asset (LVA)?
Creating a balance sheet
Guidelines for a proper balance sheet, clearly explained
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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...

Guidelines for a proper balance sheet, clearly explained
Lean Startups
Lean startup: reasons without risk?
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Dropbox, Airbnb, Twitter – all these succesful companies have one thing in common: they became successful using the lean startup model. This method questions traditional business concepts and procedures, and instead promises greater flexibility and innovation. But what do lean startups mean for product development and company culture, and how can you benefit from these new ideas?

Lean startup: reasons without risk?
Earn-out clause
Earn-out when purchasing a company: guaranteed success or cause for conflict?
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Buying a company is costly and risky. An earn-out clause in the contract reduces the risk for the buyer and creates a monetary incentive for the seller to support the new direction. This is because the earn-out promises a fluid, profit-oriented adjustment to the purchasing price in addition to the basic amount. However, this option has its pitfalls. If you want to use the earn-out model properly,...

Earn-out when purchasing a company: guaranteed success or cause for conflict?
What is inventory?
What is inventory?
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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.

What is inventory?