A Cash Flow Statement provides an overview of a company’s revenues and expenses. Cash flow statements are used to get an aggregate of a company’s revenue streams as well as expenses.
There is a stigma attached to Chartered Accountants. They get a bad reputation because there is a common perception out there that Chartered Accountants just file tax returns and maintain balance sheets. Not only is this false, but if you actually believe this, there is a significant profit margin you could be missing out on…
Bookkeeping can be a daunting task but putting it off could spell disaster as you lose track of all the details and little expenses. So what should you do? Here are the only 6 bookkeeping secrets your logistics business should know!
Understanding your company’s cash flow statement is indispensable to getting your company finances in order. It tells you how much money goes in and out of your business. Your company’s cash flow statement, the balance sheet and the income statement together will give you a holistic view of your company’s financial profile. A cash flow statement is a report of sorts that tells you how much money your company has in hand or its liquidity.
Everybody is going cashless these days; from entire nations to industries and even your local grocery store down the road! Ever wondered why? The ease, the transparency and the efficiency, are just some of the benefits of going cashless. In fact, the Indian government recently even gave its nod to amend the Payment Wages Act for facilitating cashless salaries in the Public Sector and the Private Sector is clearly next. So, the next logical question is why are you as a small business owner not going cashless for your payroll processing? Every business owner knows that feeling when 24 hours in a day just isn’t enough to take care of sales, marketing, accounting and payroll responsibilities single-handedly! Use technology to ease your burden and use that time to focus on helping your business grow. Still unsure? Read on to find out 6 compelling reasons to switch from manual payrolls to a cashless payroll service.
Every manufacturing or small business owner knows how hard it is to stay on top of your finances. A common mistake most first-time business owners make is to ignore good accounting practices because you have ‘just started out’. Sorry to burst your little bubble, but this lapse in keeping your finances in order could cost you dearly. Worry not! We’ve put together five easy tips to help you get your business’s accounting in order.