Small businesses don’t always have the same financial security that a bigger business has. This can make expansion difficult, and leave business owners struggling. Without the means to pay more staff, or the security that they can keep on paying wages, some business owners are thinly spread and unable to take their business to the next level.
Fortunately, outsourced business support is an affordable, flexible solution that enables business owners to access cost-effective support they can turn on and off as required.
If you’re new to running a small business, you’re not naturally organised, or you just hate finance jobs, it can be easy for your accounts to get on top of you. Of course, it’s much better if you can get on top of them. The best way to do this is to break your accounting tasks down into regular responsibilities. In this blog, we look at what you should be doing daily, weekly, monthly and annually so you can keep up to date with your finances.
Most of the time, clients and customers pay on time, cash flow is steady and all is well. But sometimes, invoices go unpaid. Perhaps the client is trying it on; perhaps there’s a genuine reason why they’re struggling to pay. Whatever the reason, unpaid invoices can hold up your business, reduce your income and restrict your business growth. In this blog, we look at how best to chase unpaid invoices, and how to avoid the situation in the first place.
There are lots of ways in which working with virtual assistants makes sense, like freeing you up from mundane tasks to concentrate on your core business, or mixing and matching skills to create the ultimate team. But for all business owners, money is the bottom line. We firmly believe that VAs are a cost effective way of tapping into a wealth of experience and high quality work.