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Do you look at your annual accounts and wonder what they mean? Maybe you have a niggling feeling that you should be taking some kind of action? Or do you just want to improve your grip on the financial side of your business? Then this event is for you!

Join us for this half-day workshop on what your accounts should be telling you about your business (and how to recognise it)!

With the correct information to hand it's easier to make informed decisions when running your business. Decisions made in the dark are more likely to be poor decisions and turn out to be bad. To ensure the success of a business, the smart business owner needs to do more than just leave the figures to the bookkeeper or accountant.

We'll be covering:

  • Understanding the basics of a small business Profit & Loss Account, Cash Flow Statement and Balance Sheet
  • Working through an example to show how the above three statements interact
  • Explaining why Profit is NOT Cash
  • Showing you examples of how to increase your Profit and your Cash

The aim is for you to come away with greater confidence when it comes to checking your business accounts, improved knowledge of what you need to be aware of and how to act on what your accounts are telling you. Improve your business's chances of success in one fell swoop - register now!

As a Chartered Accountant, Chartered Tax Adviser, and having had experience in setting up, buying, growing and selling businesses, Graham Potts is always looking at how he can help his customers understand their business finances better and now you'll be to gain the skills and start to understand your numbers better by attending this workshop.

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