The End of Bookkeeping?
Originally transactions were actually recorded in journals or “books” – hence the person recording them was called a bookkeeper. Today we still refer to accounting records as “the books of account”, but they’re almost never found in books any more. Today transactions either begin in a digital form or are soon converted into electronic form. […]
6 Alternatives for Online Invoicing
Do a GOOGLE search for “Online Invoicing Systems” and you’ll come up with an enormous list: About 1,810,000 results (0.33 seconds) 2 Types of Online Invoicing Packages The truth is there are a large number of alternatives to choose from. So many in fact, that you’d be hard-pressed to evaluate very many of them. However there […]
Why Professionals Say ‘NO’
Both public accountants and lawyers in private practice depend on new entrepreneurs defying the odds to try and establish new businesses. However they are only too aware of the risks that anyone will face as an entrepreneur. In fact a key role is to understand the nature of these risks and to help mitigate them […]
The Cost of Professional Advice
The best professional advice is expensive, and you have to line up to get it. Hourly rates for highly-skilled professional accountants start at more than $300 an hour for a manager. For senior managers and partners, rates often exceed $600. Large, multinational companies are prepared to pay these rates because they know that the best […]