Should you hire a virtual CFO?
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MIS – Are you answering the right question?
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Are you really ready to raise funding for your startup?
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How outsourcing accounting and book-keeping may help your start-up?
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MCA Relaxations due to COVID -19 situations
The Ministry of Corporate Affairs of Government of India has [...]
CBDT extends compliance timelines in view of Covid 19 situation
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Accounts Receivable Guide to Managing Cash Flows
There is a direct relationship between your firm’s growth and its working capital requirement. As your sales grow, your level and composition of working capital, namely, Inventory, Receivables, Cash, Payables, Short Term Loans etc. will also change. Accounts Receivables (AR) is one of the major components impacting the requirement of working capital.
16 Tax Deductions for Small Business
Small businesses are privately owned corporations, partnership or sole proprietor that has fewer employees and/or less annual revenue than a regular-sized business or corporation. Businesses are defined as “small” in terms of being able to apply for government support and qualify for preferential tax policy varies depending on the country and industry.
Seven Ways to Manage Accounts Receivable Efficiently
Efficient Accounts Receivable (AR) controls are an integral part of cash flow management that have serious repercussions on the company’s sales and profits. Accounts Receivable controls must be an integral part of any company’s financial management system. When cash flow problems surface on a regular basis, it is inevitably a sign that Accounts Receivables are poorly managed.
Advantages of One Person Company
One Person Company was introduced in India through Companies Act 2013, a new concept which brought a great relief for many Entrepreneurs. Section 2(62) defines OPC as a Company which has only one person as a member. He is the shareholder and the Director at the same time.
Financial Advisory Services: 11 Traits of Top Financial Advisor
11 Qualities of a Successful Financial Advisor What is a [...]
Advisory Services: All you need to know about it!
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Why MIS is important for businesses?
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Why Should You Outsource Services To India?
Today, India has evolved as one of the top outsourcing [...]
Top 6 Accounting Trends in 2018
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