View Key Performance Indicators and why they’re good for any business

Key Performance Indicators and why they’re good for any business

In this blog we would like to share with you some tools that Management Accountants use which will help you analyse your own business success, giving you the information needed to plan for growth and to measure business performance. Too many businesses chug along on a day-to-day basis without being very clear on where they…

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View Why do you need an Accountant?

Why do you need an Accountant?

Before considering how to operate with your accountant, it’s probably a good idea to consider why you would want or need to work with an accountant in the first place. When you set up in business you will suddenly find yourself with a raft of tax and accounting requirements. At the very least you’ll probably…

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View Increased number of UK SMEs setting up in Ireland

Increased number of UK SMEs setting up in Ireland

According to data from business and credit risk analysts, CRIF Vision-net, 5,010 start-ups formed in Ireland in the last quarter of 2019, despite the uncertainty surrounding the UK’s impending departure from the European Union (EU). The UK vote to leave the EU is the largest and most immediate challenge facing Irish SMEs, however this figure…

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View Save time & money – Outsource your financial management

Save time & money – Outsource your financial management

An increasing number of start-ups & SMEs are able to scale up whilst keeping a careful eye on overheads through outsourcing financial management functions. Most commonly routine finance and accounting services such as payroll and bookkeeping are outsourced, but increasingly other areas of finance can also be successfully outsourced. Outsourcing finance functions helps companies to…

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View Financing and Non-financing solutions for SME cashflow problems

Financing and Non-financing solutions for SME cashflow problems

Whatever phase your business is in, it is all too common to run into cashflow challenges.  Seasonal fluctuations can be tough (think about customer patterns around the end of year and in the summer holidays) and can often herald slow sales and late payments for SMEs whether B2C or B2B. Additionally, many business owners have…

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View Start-up business figures remaining resilient in Ireland

Start-up business figures remaining resilient in Ireland

New figures suggest that more than 5,000 start-up businesses were launched across Ireland in Q3 2019, taking the overall number of start-ups in Ireland to more than 17,000 this year. That’s according to data from business and credit risk analyst, CRIF Vision-net, which confirmed that 5,010 start-ups formed in the last quarter despite the uncertainty…

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View Podcast – Maximising business potential with Áine Collins

Podcast – Maximising business potential with Áine Collins

Greg Canty, Managing Partner of Fuzion Communications and producer of the Win Happy Podcast series, chats with EFM Ireland’s Business Development Director and former TD, Áine Collins. Throughout the podcast, Áine discusses her new business development role and how EFM Ireland’s unique business model can help SMEs maximise their potential, with the help of our…

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View Make your financial reporting more effective

Make your financial reporting more effective

Finance teams within small and medium-sized companies often say that financial reports prepared for board meetings, like profit & loss and trading reviews, get little or no reaction from attendees. In some cases, this could be due to the financial data not being understood fully or correctly. However, it could also be around providing insightful analysis…

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View How a Financial Controller can keep your business on track and help it to grow

How a Financial Controller can keep your business on track and help it to grow

It’s not always easy to manage your finances and keep them on track. For small businesses or larger enterprises it can be helpful to get a fresh perspective on your financial activities. Bringing the services of a qualified financial controller, as opposed to an unqualified bookkeeper or a practicing compliance accountant to your business could…

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