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  • Contact | Part time Finance Director
    your information with any other companies nor will we pester you with repeated emails or telephone calls How to Contact Us For your FREE no obligation discussion of your business needs e mail Gordon at info welsbyassociates co uk or fill in the contact form Name Email Message Send a copy of this email to yourself If you want to submit this form do not enter anything in this field

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  • Booklet Request – PDF | Part time Finance Director
    Company Software Company Charities Professional Services Interim Useful Info Breakeven Analysis Jargon Buster Blog Contact Booklet Request PDF Booklet Request Paper Copy You are here Home Contact Booklet Request PDF Request our FREE booklet here To request a PDF copy of our FREE booklet please complete the form below and we will email it to you First Name required Last Name required Email Address required Company optional Please enter in

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  • Booklet Request – Paper Copy | Part time Finance Director
    Professional Services Interim Useful Info Breakeven Analysis Jargon Buster Blog Contact Booklet Request PDF Booklet Request Paper Copy You are here Home Contact Booklet Request Paper Copy Request our FREE booklet here To request a paper copy of our FREE booklet please complete the form below and we will send it to you by post First Name required Last Name required Email Address required Company optional Address required Postcode required

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  • Tips for Business | Part time Finance Director
    a business They need information from their customers not data In challenging times that may inevitably lead to cashflow problems If so then talk to your bank manager at the earliest opportunity The sooner you talk to the bank the more likely they will be able to help Talk also to suppliers If you don t take action in good time you risk affecting your relationships with your bank suppliers and customers Tip Invite your bank manager for a quick meeting to update him on business progress Tell him your plans show him your latest monthly accounts but do this when you don t need anything from him Bank manager s are well connected and like to be kept up to date on progress and when they see a business that s organised and doing well they will often go out of their way to help sometimes sending new customers your way Help your bank manager to help your business In the next tip I ll reveal how to get the best out of your bookkeeper For a free analysi s of cash movements in your business please email me at gordon welsbyassociates co uk and let me help you take the first step to understanding your accounts Continue Reading Tip 7 How to see the wood from the trees customer s debts Published on 24 10 2011 by admin in Tips for Business 0 Everyone knows that the longer it takes your customers to pay you the worse your cash position will become However just because your debtors are high at the end of the month doesn t necessarily mean your debtors are taking longer to pay For example if your annual sales are 2 4m with debtors at 800k all this tells you is that you are owed 800k From these figures it is impossible to ascertain if this is good or bad news It does show that on average your debtors are taking four months to pay you However that may not be very useful information because your debtors may be high because you ve just had the best monthly sales performance of the year Therefore it is imperative to know the level of your debtors in the light of the actual sales you have made in recent months The best way to measure this is to calculate how many days of your actual sales are equal to the total of your debtors at the end of each month This is known as the Days Sales Outstanding Simply if the DSO is growing then your debtors are taking longer to pay and vice versa When businesses have a large number of debtors not all of whom are paying slowly it is helpful to analyse only those who are taking over say three months to pay An aged debtor listing can help establish the real position and enable those responsible for collection to become more focussed on the task in hand In one recent experience the aged debtor listing eventually revealed that virtually all the slow payers had been offered extended terms by the sales team in return for new orders Armed with this new information not only did the MD rule that in future extended credit could only be authorised by him but the sales team bonus structure was changed to be based on sales made less debts owed After all a sale isn t a sale until it s been paid In the next tip I ll be showing you how to get the best from your bank manager For a free analysis of cash movements in your business please email me at gordon welsbyassociates co uk and let me help you take the first step to understanding your accounts Continue Reading Tip 6 How to know where your cash has gone Published on 17 10 2011 by admin in Tips for Business 0 Businesses can be aware of the profits or losses they are making during the year However many business owners do not understand why their bank balance may have reduced even though their accountant tells them their business is profitable Very few business owners have a clear understanding of whether their business is generating cash or just consuming it It s crucial that you know the sources of the cash coming into your business and how these funds are being applied This information is not available from a cashflow statement yet is one of the easiest parts of a business to analyse if it produces regular profit and loss accounts and balance sheets Virtually all businesses need money continually revolving in their business to buy their stocks and fund their work in progress debtors and creditors These items are referred to as the working capital of a business If the stocks WIP and debtors increase then they will need to be funded from your bank account If they fall that will mean that money is coming into your account The opposite is the case with creditors if your creditors are rising this means that you are using your creditors funds if they are falling you are paying more out of your account In the next tip I ll be looking your debtors and how to see the wood from the trees For a free analysis of cash movements in your business please email me at gordon welsbyassociates co uk and let me help you take the first step to understanding your accounts Continue Reading Tip 5 How to decide whether to increase or decrease prices or offer discounts Published on 10 10 2011 by admin in Tips for Business 0 Do you believe that raising prices will turn customers away Do you think that dropping your prices will bring a flood of new customers Do you think that either will make your profits soar The truth is reality can be very different For example a 10 price increase on a gross profit margin of 30 will mean that you could afford to lose

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  • How to reclaim input VAT on business mileage
    will result in them paying a lot of additional tax However many business owners or members of staff drive relatively few business miles each year If this is the case it would be worth the car driver buying and maintaining their own car and submitting a claim for business mileage at 45p mile The driver must remember to keep good mileage records of their business mileage When the driver submits their mileage claim to the company then this is not taxed on the driver In addition the company will be able to reclaim input VAT on the amount paid using the following formula 100 x A x 20 120 45 A this is the rate in pence as allowed by HMRC dependent on the size of the engine and fuel used See http www hmrc gov uk cars advisory fuel current htm If the driver s car has an 1 800 cc diesel engine this will show 15p 20 the current rate of VAT 120 the current rate of VAT plus 100 45 p the current mileage rate as approved by HMRC Therefore the company will be able to reclaim input VAT of 5 5555 of the mileage paid Note

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  • Business tips: Review your pricing and avoid discounting
    Business 0 It is often thought by business owners that if they reduce their prices new customers will flock to their doors However how many new customers are needed to make up for the price reductions to your existing customers All businesses must make a gross profit or margin when they make a sale This margin is expressed as a percentage of the selling price If you sell for 100 and buy for 70 then your gross profit is 30 and you have a 30 margin out of which you need to pay your overheads The effect of a price decrease made by a business will depend upon what margin it makes when it trades The following table will clarify this This table shows a business what proportion of new customers it will need to find if it decreases its prices If we assume that a business is operating at a gross margin of 30 and wishes to decrease it prices by 10 Then it will have to find another 50 of new customers without a detrimental effect on the business Remember when you decrease your prices you need to find a lot of new customers Leave a Reply Click

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  • About Us | Part time Finance Director
    University He has significant experience as a Finance Director of small and medium sized rapidly developing commercial businesses He was Finance Director of a top 30 UK charity His track record includes Financial controls Management information systems Business turnarounds Flotation of a company on the Stock Exchange Establishing new teams Start ups Creating new financial procedures Backed by the resources of the UKBA and the IIB As well as running his own business Gordon is one of more than 5 000 accredited associates of the Institute for Independent Business IIB The group comprises a team of locally based hands on business managers who between them have wide ranging skills and experience The one thing they have in common is that they have all been successful in business and can therefore contribute something of tangible and practical benefit to client businesses They cover the types of assistance required by most businesses whether they are a manufacturer a technology company or a service provider These exclusive networks allows Associates to work together on assignments to ensure that supported businesses receive the highest quality service and that practically every issue that a business could encounter can be addressed If required Welsby Associates will

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  • Contact Gordon Welsby ¦ Welsby Associates
    Basildon Reading RG8 8NU Telephone 01491 671710 Email info welsbyassociates co uk Privacy Policy We take your privacy seriously and will not share your information with any other companies nor will we pester you with repeated emails or telephone calls How to Contact Us Please send an email phone the number above or complete our Contact Form To request information Please complete your contact details and click on Submit Form

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