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Bills, bills, bills.

Recording expenses efficiently

Business is not all about sales, unfortunately costs are just as important. I often find that clients put great systems in place to record and analyse sales but treat their costs as the poor relation. This is understandable as all business owners love making sales and hate paying bills! I have some tips to help […]

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Online Business Banking

At first glance this tip may seem like stating the obvious but you would be surprised at just how many business owners either don’t use online banking or just can’t be bothered with the long winded log-in security procedures. Also, many online banking users don’t use all the features available to them like BACS payments […]

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Cloud Bookkeeping / Accounting Systems

I find that successful Irish small business owners view bookkeeping as a core part of their business and not a boring task that’s put off until a tax return is due. Business owners no longer have the luxury of analysing their financials once a year when they meet their accountant, it is essential to have […]

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Dont underestimate the power of MS Outlook

Dont underestimate the power of MS Outlook

Microsoft Outlook & Exchange Server (SaaS): I’m going to start with the easy one as we all understand the benefits of e-mail in business. I know that anyone reading this will already have an email address (Gmail, Hotmail, eircom.net etc) so why change? Here’s why. For approx €6 per month, you can purchase a cloud […]

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