When you decide to start your own business it often means figuring things out as you go along, which isn’t always a bad thing. In fact this is how true innovation takes place, at least from what we have seen. But having a few aces up your sleeve when you are first starting out can really help you in the long run. After all, getting a successful startup off the ground can be tricky.
Back by popular demand is the second instalment of our team feature series. This time in the Raedan hotseat we have the wonderful Louise, one of our superstar accountants. Louise knows accounting like the back of her hand and is here to help our creative clients reach their business goals through her top notch accounting knowledge.
Becoming a business owner is a brave and wonderful thing. There are some foundational things to square away first, so you can get to the fun stuff confident you’re all set up properly. The first and most important choice is how to structure your business.
Cash flow is the lifeblood of any business, and if it stops flowing it won’t be long until you find your business six feet under. In creative businesses, there’s a lot going on, and sometimes things get missed – that’s where the use of effective cash flow forecasting software can help.
This week we interviewed Rommel, our incredible client assistant at Raedan. He’s the one that makes sure our clients’ business accounts are in better shape than Chris Hemsworth’s personal trainer.
Xero is the cloud accounting software that really did descend from the heavens. Blessing small businesses everywhere and taking all the time, stress, and boredom out of bookkeeping, invoicing, payroll and more.