How to prepare a quarterly cashflow forecast (and why it’s essential for EVERY business)

June 10, 2019 | by Sian Kelly | No comments

Whether your business is flush with cash or struggling to make ends meet, a 13-week cashflow forecast is just about the most important financial tool at your disposal.

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Brexit Latest: Time to plan for uncertainty...

January 21, 2019 | by Sian Kelly | No comments

As the March 29th deadline looms, Britains withdrawal from the EU appears to get messier by the day. We wanted to try and provide some clarity on the current goings on in Parliament - and what it all means for your business.

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A fresh start for your finances: Why now is the perfect time to revisit your business plan…

January 15, 2019 | by Sian Kelly | No comments

Another trip around the sun is complete and January is upon us once more - with the popular ‘New Year, new you’ message out in full force.

In 2019 though, why not extend this philosophy to your business? 

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Want to grow your business in 2019? Here’s how smart finance options can offer a New Year’s resolution to cashflow problems…

January 09, 2019 | by Sian Kelly | No comments

First and foremost, a very Happy New Year from all the team here at Inform Accounting. We hope youve had a great Christmas break, and we look forward to being of assistance throughout a prosperous 2019.

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Six ways cashflow forecasting can help your business

August 31, 2018 | by Sian Kelly | No comments

‘Cashflow is King’ may seem like a glib soundbite, but it’s rooted in a harsh truth - with a lack of funds the single biggest reason why businesses go to the wall. 

Cashflow forecasting is therefore a fundamental tool in your financial armoury -

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6 Essential Accounting Terms for Small Businesses

January 20, 2017 | by Sian Kelly | No comments

Hiring an accountant is widely considered best practice for small business owners. But delegating financial analysis and reporting doesn't mean completely checking out of the process each month or quarter.

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