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Mid-Year Tax Update

Looking glass

I am sitting at my desk and looking out the window craving the Azores high to hurry bloody up. I covet the Azores high. Covet is a word we don’t hear too often, and it has associations with something you must not do. Like covet your neighbour’s wife! Or in the olden days your neighbour’s

Top 5 Benefits of Outsourcing your Bookkeeping

Bookkeeping team at CF

Most business owners dread that day every year when the phone rings. Oh no, it’s the accountants looking for the books. A lot of running about searching for the paperwork only to find, as always, you’re missing some. The hassle of ringing the bank to get replacements and paying through the nose for them. Or

A Beginners View of Xero

Ger helping client with their numbers

There’s no sign of the heatwave that’s hitting Spain and France in Tramore this morning. Rain is on the way with a high of 15 degrees. Seville is 26 degrees at half 8 in the morning with a high of up to 42 degrees expected tomorrow. Sweltering. No wonder there were so many half-naked men

Benefits of Outsourcing your Bookkeeping

Accountant helping business woman

2022 is the year that we begin to restructure and gather our bearings after the chaos of the last 2 years. We know from the last 2 years that a lot of things are not foreseeable, but we all want to prepare now more than ever. Today we look at how bookkeeping can make your

Bookkeeping Is An Investment

Hello there from very dull, foggy, dank Tramore. The seagulls can’t locate the chips on the prom with the fog. They are wondering when Summer will start, and the chatter is about holidays abroad. The football hasn’t done anything to brighten my spirits. Man Utd managed to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. Very

Bookkeeping : Getting it right from the start

The question we hear most in our line of work is “am I making a profit?” and this is always followed closely by “how much tax do I have to pay?“  Every business wants to know what the figures look like at the end of the year, how they compare to the previous year and