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P&L, Balance Sheet, Cashflow statement … what does it all mean?!

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?

Sometimes it’s all jargon when you speak to an accountant about your business, but it’s time that changed. We’re really pleased to have teamed up with Nicki Bidgood of Westcountry HR to run our accounts for small business workshop. It’s an opportunity for you to find out exactly what accountants are talking about when they refer to your profit and loss account, balance sheet and cashflow statement. More importantly, we’ll see why they are important, and how they are connected.

When you run your own business, we feel it’s vital that you really understand what’s going on, and don’t simply leave it to your accountant. We’ll show you:

  • The basics of a small business Profit & Loss Account, Cash Flow Statement and Balance Sheet

  • Why Profit is NOT Cash

  • Showing how you can 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!

This event takes place on Thursday 8 March 2018 at

The Change Academy
Market Street
Newton Abbot
TQ12 2RB

We will meet at 9:30am for Refreshments and Pastries and the event will start at 10:00am.

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as well as in person when we meet. We really appreciate your feedback on how things are going, so get in touch with our Practice Management Director, Linda, at any time.

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