Almost certainly the answer to that question is ‘No’.
It could be you don’t know the concept, it could be you have not worked it out, it could be that the calculation is out of date or it could be that you have worked it out wrong.
Whichever is the case, knowing your break-even is one of [...]Continue reading ›
With so many of our clients using Receipt Bank who may not be aware of some of the new features, and so many who may not know of it’s amazing functionality at all, we bring you an update on the application.
In the old days of bookkeeping, every receipt and invoice needed to be uncrinkled [...]Continue reading ›
We sometimes get asked at Crunchers questions like:
How much should we charge?
Do you think we should add x,y or z product or service to our range?
Should we deliver an online service?
In our opinion these kind of questions often arise when a piece of strategic thinking is missing from a business.
The planning that is missing is [...]Continue reading ›
A short video is a great way to pitch yourself online and to get your content out. Video is easy to consume and can be just what someone needs to understand how your service or product solves their problem.
The good news is that it’s now possible for start-ups and small brands to compete online with [...]Continue reading ›
It seems the July Budget holds little of cheer for small business owners.
As one contributor on AccountingWeb asked: ‘Surely a Conservative Government didn’t just launch the biggest raid on small business owners in living memory?’
Two measures in particular: the change to dividend taxation and Employers Allowance (See Budget Report for details), affect a particular profile of business owner – [...]Continue reading ›
In the Spring Budget we found precious little to report and it is now clear that the Chancellor was saving it until after the election.
This is probably the most significant budget for small business in many years and what follows is our summary of the announcements most likely to affect small business owners. The article below [...]Continue reading ›
After 4 years working with businesses in South London, something is becoming clear. Highly successful businesses start with a plan.
It is not that businesses without plans fail, many continue at a level for many years, but something that sets apart businesses that expand and achieve high returns is that they have plan.
With this in mind [...]Continue reading ›
Make a Difference at Work!
Our company, Crunchers Accountants, based in South London, is expanding and has two positions available for two school leavers with an interest in small business. One position is for an Apprentice in Accounting and the second for an Apprentice in Business Administration.
As a firm of accountants we are obviously concerned with [...]Continue reading ›
Last month at Crunchers we uploaded our client feedback collected through CustomerSure to our website.
I have been talking about the power of feedback in general and the usefulness of CustomerSure in particular to clients. I have also known we were getting good feedback from clients by logging on to their website see results, but something [...]Continue reading ›
You may have already heard about Auto-Enrolment Pensions. You may have started receiving letters from the Pensions Regulator. With this change in running a PAYE system hitting small business in the next year to eighteen months we give a Question and Answer on Auto-Enrolment.
Does it affect me?
If you employ PAYE staff then Auto-Enrolment applies to [...]Continue reading ›