Welcome to part 1 of 3 in this “Accounting Crunch” series. In this series, we’ll be covering debits & credits, double-entry accounting and T-accounts. Each part will consist of one topic. In this part, we’ll be covering debits and credits!
The balance sheet is packed with financial information crucial to understanding the health of your company. However, for a lot of people, it’s one of the hardest financial statements to get to grips with. Even the most fundamental pillar of the balance sheet, why it needs to balance, eludes many of us.
You’ve started marketing your product or service. How can you tell if it’s doing well or not? Well in this post we’ll walk you through how to measure the success of your campaigns with practical examples.
Spreadsheets are ubiquitous for a reason – you can use them for anything! But with increasing complexity comes the danger of human error. In this article, we look at how to avoid making a mess of your cash flow forecast spreadsheet, and suggest an alternative…
Financial forecasting is a crucial business activity – so why isn’t everybody talking about it? In this ultimate guide, we bring together the reasons why forecasting is so important and how to go about making realistic forecasts painlessly!