Hands up, who enjoys visiting their accountant? No, thought not. It's right up there with looking at other people's holiday snaps and taking the kids shopping for school uniforms.
While a trip to your financial guru might not be fun, however, it is important. A good accountant can save you thousands.
We’d like to send out a big ‘thank you’ to everyone who made a donation to our JustGiving page for the charity ‘Rounders Tournament’ that we took part in recently for Breast Cancer Campaign’s, ‘Wear It Pink’ fundraising campaign.
With your generosity and support we raised a total of £255.00 for the charity, which will help go towards further research to help find a cure for cancer.
So how did we get on? Well pretty good actually! We went head to head with a number of other local businesses and we won two games, drew one, and lost one to overall tournament winners, Milken Travel.
Late payments have always been a problem for businesses, particularly small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs). Now new research from Bacs, the organisation behind Direct Debit, suggests this late payment mountain has got bigger than ever, standing at an astonishing £46.1 billion.
Not being paid on time can easily cripple an otherwise healthy business. As Luisa Grey, a director at Eazipay Ltd, the UK’s largest and fastest growing Direct Debit bureau, explains, firms can take steps to increase their chances of receiving the money when it's due.
“Another year of missed opportunities as the amount of money that companies owe each other grows higher and higher.”
That’s the verdict of Luisa Grey, a director at Eazipay Ltd, the UKs largest and fastest growing Direct Debit bureau. Luisa’s comments were prompted by the revelation from Bacs, the organisation behind Direct Debit, that the late payment debt mountain being shouldered by UK businesses has reached £46.1 billion.
Eazipay Ltd, the UKs largest Direct Debit processing company, has today announced it has received direct authorisation from City watchdog, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
The announcement sees Eazipay become the first Direct Debit Facilities Management Bureau in the country to receive FCA approval, and further cements the company’s position as one of the UK’s leading Direct Debit processing companies.