| || The Accounting Jungle (2nd ed) |
And How to Find Your Way Through It
Author: Bill Jamieson FCA
Paperback 210 x 148mm 150pp £12.99 1-85252-299-2 1999
Bill Jamieson shows how accounts can simply be recast into a more understandable form. He illustrates his ideas with extracts from actual UK public company accounts, and shows how to approach such questions as:
- What is a company's real total indebtedness
- How the company's cash flow covers its working capital requirement
- What lies beneath 'restructuring provisions'
- The valuation of goodwill.
'Bill Jamieson has found a way to cut through the complexity by presenting accounting information in a form everyone can use.' Business Review Weekly
| || The Bemused Investor's Guide to Comp[any Accounts |
Author: Bill Jamieson
Paperback 210 x 148mm 124pp £12.99 1-85252-264-X 1998
A practical guide to interpreting company accounts, written in plain English, and illustrated with real-life examples of published reports and accounts to illustrate the points.
| || Budgeting in 90 Minutes |
Author: Sidney Callis
Paperback - A5 - 130pp - £9.99 - ISBN 1-85252-509-6 - 2006
This is another in the in Ninety Minutes series, which offers readers a comprehensive but easily readable and digestible text covering a specific topic in an hour and a half of study.
Budgeting in 90 Minutes has been written to give anyone in business, at any level, a clear understanding of what a budget is, how to compile one and use it. It is one of the functions of management that many managers dread, but it is important that it is done well. The budget is the most effective control tool for the success of any business, no matter how big or small.
| || Business Protection Simplified |
Author: Tony Granger
Paperback A5 287pp £14.99 ISBN 9781852526030 2008
In uncertain economic times it is especially important to take whatever measures you can to protect the profitability of your business. This book covers the whole range of options, including "keyman" insurance, credit insurance, health and safety instruments, currency risk, life assurance, employment insurance, and much more.
| || Credit Control in 90 Minutes |
Author: Alan Dixie FICM
Paperback A5 118pp £9.99 ISBN 9781852524876 2007
The credit control function provides the lifeblood of a company, translating sales into cash, and protecting both profitability and cash flow. Good credit control can make the difference between success and failure for any business, small or large. This concise and highly practical guide, complete with sample letters and summary legal procedures, will show you how.
| || The Financial Controller |
Author: Alasdair Drysdale
Paperback A5 432pp £19.99 9781852526399 2010
A complete professional guide to the increasingly critical area of financial control. Packed with sample reports, analyses, etc.
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| || How to sell your business and live happily ever after |
Author: Gary Morley
Paperback A5 192pp £14.99 1-85252-419-7 2003 (new edition)
A practical guide, written by a director of WJB Chiltern Corporate Finance Ltd.
The selling of a business is, for the unwary, full of potential pitfalls. Selling your business should also be structured to maximise the receipts to you not the taxman! It is imperative to have the best advice. Anyone considering selling their business will find this easy to understand guide invaluable.
It provides information on:
- how to market your business
- how to increase its perceived value
- factors which increase (and decrease) the price
- how to choose the best purchaser
- how to deal with purchasers
- how to eliminate any tax
- potential pitfalls for sellers
- how to manage the money you receive.
| || Implementing Successful Credit Control (3rd ed) |
Author: Alan Dixie
Paperback A5 176pp £19.99 1-85252-398-0 2003
Managers in every business know the importance of collecting debts. This important and totally up-to-date guide shows how to do it quickly, efficiently and, wherever possible, with the minimum amount of fuss. It contains detailed practical guidance on all aspects of collection from initial procedures set-up through to legal remedies in the event of default. Sample letters and telephone scripts are also included.
The book also contains a CD-ROM with effective and practical systems for controlling and pursuing debts, designed and compiled by leading practitioners in the field. It offers preferential rates for a facility for regular updates and searches.
Areas covered in the book include:
the psychology of credit control
credit checking procedures
collection procedures and how to overcome excuses and negotiate payments
collection agencies and solicitors
suing through the High and County courts
and much more.
'If you have ever wished you had a smart reply to the endless excuses debtors can come up with, buy this book.' Accounting Technician.
'I have no hesitation in recommending this book' Credit Control
| || Payroll in 90 Minutes |
Ideal approach to mastering a payroll system
Author: Robert Leach
Paperback - A5 - 130pp - £9.99 - ISBN 1-85252-504.5
This is another in the in Ninety Minutes series, which offers the reader a comprehensive but easily read and easily digestible text, covering a specific topic in an hour and a half of study.
This well written book covers a wide range of topics around the overall subject of payroll, from setting up a payroll in the first place, calculating gross pay and net pay and the vexing matter of PAYE, to the basics of National Insurance.
| || Understand Accounts in 90 Minutes |
Author: Chris Turner
Paperback - 234 x 153mm - 148pp - £9.99 - 1-85252-442-1 - 2003
Explains in simple laymans terms how to read and understand accounts. In around an hour and a half of study readers can grasp the essential principles of business accounts and make sense of the figures, charts and key concepts used to produce them.