How Small Businesses Can Effectively Manage their Finances

Did you know that every company has something in common? That’s right, they have tasks concerning money. Whether from a startup or a long-running conglomerate, they manage their own finances or hire an expert to get it done. Looking at financial management, knowing how to properly perform such task can tremendously help a business survive in the industry it’s in. Small business should take note of that. However, not everyone is gifted with the patience, skill, and perseverance in crunching…

How Filipino SMEs and Startups Can Streamline Their Financial Book Management

As a Filipino business owner of either an SME or startup, it’s common to see that financial book management is a chore, tedious, and a pain. But, to be frank, it’s actually extremely important. Not only does it make tax time easier, recording your transactions make it easier to look back and track your financial activities. Managing your business’ financial books is an obligation, and here are tips on how you can streamline your financial book management.   Avoid Procrastination…

Accounting Tips that Filipino Small Businesses Should Know

There are no shortcuts when it comes to accounting. The numbers are there and it’s important to take notice of that no matter what size of business you are in or have. It may be tempting to give the least attention to your accounting and bookkeeping tasks, but even the slightest error can seriously damage your business. Both are essential if you want your local business to grow. So, make sure to pay attention to your accounting and bookkeeping needs.…

What is TRAIN BILL for Professionals?

Over a year into President Rodrigo Duterte’s administration, the plans for Dutertenomics’ Build, Build, Build infrastructure program has finally commenced. The socioeconomic agenda, which features a promising vision of yielding robust growth across the Philippines, however, needs appropriate funds in order to be successful. To address this, President Duterte has signed into law the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) bill, which is visualized to generate P130 million in revenues. Set to be implemented this January 2018, the TRAIN…