Equity Market – The markets in which shares of the companies are issued and traded through exchanges or over the counter markets. Also known as stock market. Please follow and like us:
Immediately after the partition of 1947, Pakistan used Indian Rupee notes stamped with ‘Pakistan’ until they could print enough notes for their new country. Source: The Wire Please follow and like us:
Payment delays cause nearly 23% of Indian B2B businesses to lose revenue. This seems to be predominantly due to insufficient availability of funds. Source: India: the country most affected by late payment, 2018 Atradius Payment Practices Barometer Please follow and like us:
Credit cards makes our lives easier. There are no two ways about that. The ease of use, the amount of money a single plastic card holds rather than carrying wads of cash is amazing if you think about it. But as we all know, even great things have a flip side to it. In the…
A financial crisis is not a reasonable entity. It can’t be rationalised with. There are no negotiation tactics available that can put a financial crisis to bed. Saving your business from debt would take a tremendous amount of effort. There just aren’t any soft answers when it comes down to a financial crisis. It is…
Bad credit history bogging your business down? Sounds familiar, doesn’t it? Poor credit, be it personal or company, makes it that much harder for a business looking for a loan or any kind of funding. Banks scrutinise your credit history before approving your loan application. You may have had your reasons as to why you couldn’t pay up on time or messed up your payments. But to any lender, a person with a bad credit is high-risk, because it means either that you’ve not repaid on time or that you’ve seen harsh times. Fret not, all is not lost! There are a variety of alternative financing options which look into your operating history and business strength, and not just your credit history. Here, we introduce you to 5 viable financing options for businesses with bad credit.
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.
There comes a time in every business when there really isn’t much cash left after paying your bills, employee wages and operational costs. So, how can you ensure that you have a substantial amount left in your account at the end of the month? Cost-cutting! But we’re not talking about cutting corners from an already tight budget or laying off your employees. We’re talking about practical ways like the ones below to save your business a substantial sum of money!
On 19 December 2014, the Goods and Service Tax (GST) Bill was introduced in the Parliament for the first time. GST promised a unified market and an unparalleled economic growth that India had never witnessed before. But amidst all that, the idea of GST in the years since it was first introduced, underwent multiple changes at the hands of bureaucratic committees. It is common for reforms of this magnitude to be debated over and continuously evolve, but will the decision to introduce six different tax rates instead of a single tax rate dilute the effect of GST?
If you’re anything like the vast majority of small businesses in the logistics industry, you too would probably find bookkeeping a daunting task. Putting it off could spell disaster as you could lose track of all the details and little expenses. So what should you do? Here are 6 bookkeeping secrets every logistics business needs to know!