Writing sales receipts with correct templates

Writing sales receipts is becoming easier thanks to the numerous templates on offer. Above all, professional software is designed to make accounting as easy as possible. Your sales receipts will be automatically filled out with the necessary information and can be printed straight away. But why do you actually have to issue sales receipts? And which information is mandatory? This article provides...

Single entry accounting – an introduction

Given its range of functions and complexities, it is perhaps of no surprise that there are multiple approaches to accounting. One such approach is single entry accounting. But exactly what is single entry accounting? What are the advantages and disadvantages of it? Who should use it? How does it differ from the double entry approach? This article answers these questions and aims to tell you...

Collective invoice: settling multiple collected orders

Facilitate the settlement of transactions with regular customers by combining regular deliveries or other services in a collective invoice. Periodic billing of this kind facilitates bookkeeping and saves time and money. Please refer to our article for the tax requirements that apply to the preparation of collective invoices.

What are non-profit organisations?

When it comes to accounting, no two charities or non-profit organisations are the same. The amount of income made dictates which forms need to be filled out to complete the tax return. It can be confusing knowing which forms to fill out, but our article will explain how accounting for non-profit organisations works, with numerous non-profit accounting software available to facilitate the process.

Generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) – an overview

When it comes to running a business, there are few things more daunting and complex than bookkeeping and accounting. This is even more pertinent when dealing with multi-national companies that have interests and investors around the globe. For that reason, there are generally accepted accounting principles (GAAPs) that act as guidelines for writing and maintaining financial statements. But what...

Accruals and provisions made simple

Unfortunately, when doing your annual accounts, it’s not always possible to know how much your operating expenses will be in advance. Because of this, you should always allocate a portion of your income for provisions and accruals. This way, you can avoid financial risks. But what do these terms mean, and how should they be recorded on your company’s balance sheet? This handy guide provides...

How to correctly calculate, report, and reverse accruals on the balance sheet

Accruals play an important role when it comes to accounting. They are expenses or revenues incurred in a period for which no invoice was sent or no money changed hands. By learning more about accruals and how they work, you can keep track of your company’s finances more easily. This article explains how to calculate, report, and reverse accruals in an easy-to-understand way.

Keeping a cash book: The basics of cash book accounting

For companies, there is no sweeter sound than when the cash drawer jingles. But the HMRC requires a detailed listing of your operating revenue and expenditures at the end of each year. This includes cash transactions. A cash book will help you to keep track of your cash drawer. This guide explains how to properly keep a cash book and what benefits you can enjoy by using professional software.

Social intranet: the elegant communication solution for companies

One of the most important parts in modern, digital corporate structures is the networking of individual departments and employees. Whether SMEs or large corporations, passing on information, knowledge, and feedback at a snail’s pace, not only slows down the daily work processes, but also has a negative effect on the company’s progress and development. Social intranets are therefore being used more...

Saving taxes – a guide for the self-employed

How can I save on tax? This is an eternal question for the self-employed. In order to be well-versed in questions of tax, and improve your own financial situation, you need the necessary information: What taxes have you incurred? And what can be deducted from them?