Small Business Accountancy Blog From RIFT Accounting in Kent

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  • Avoiding the Cash Flow Trap

    Sales, Cash Flow and Credit

    Business survival is about more than making sales. Monitoring your cash flow is like taking the pulse of your business. If doesn't need to be racing, but it does need to be reliable.

  • End Of Year Planning For SMEs: It's All in the Reflexes

    End Of Year Planning For SMEs

    Every great adventurer who ever darted back under a rapidly descending stone wall to retrieve a beloved adventuring hat understands the value of timing and a cool head under pressure (or at least a cool-looking head - because, you know - adventuring hat). With the end of the tax year looming like an enormous rolling boulder trap, it's time to get your 2014-15 situation prepped, primed and optimised - so let's get to it.

  • How To Fund Your Start Up

    Start Up Funding

    If you're thinking of starting up a business, it's likely you're going to need some money to get it going. The banks find it harder to say yes when you're starting up, as you don’t have a history of trading that they can look at to see how risky you are. Let us help you claim the treasure.

  • Ben Towers: Social Marley

    Tales From The RIFT: Thrilling Adventures in Accountancy Part 2

    At the heart of every great hero's Secret Origin story lies an unquenchable thirst for justice. When we last joined RIFT Accounting's favourite two-fisted teen tycoon, Ben Towers, he was just sixteen years old and already employing fifteen people and travelling the world to give inspirational speeches to the entrepreneurial warriors of tomorrow. But what drives someone so young to push so hard? More specifically, what spark ignited the business inferno that is Ben Towers' latest project, Social Marley?

  • Challenger Banks

    Challenger Banks

    Enter the challenger banks - and unlike their increasingly timid bigger brothers, some of them don't even have doors to slam in your face!

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