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How to Manage your Accounts

How to Manage your Accounts

£199.99

Are you looking to take control over your business finances but not sure how to do it? Then Andrew’s online business course ‘How to Manage your Accounts’ is the ideal solution!

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Do you want to take control over your business accounts and are looking for a course which explains everything in a simple way to run your accounts like a professional accountant? Well then this is the course for you – save money from your next accountancy bill by learning all the secrets yourself!

My name is Andrew James Crawford and I’ve been a Chartered Management Accountant for over 25 years. Through my experiences as an accountant I’ve designed a course which simply explains every aspect of running successful business accounts for those who want to learn.

I’ve left no stone unturned to ensure you know everything about running successful business accounts and I’ve designed the course around 14 unique modules which encompass every aspect including:

Module 1: Getting Started

Module 2: Expenses

Module 3: Using your own car for business

Module 4: Use of home as an office

Module 5: Capital Allowances

Module 6: National Insurance

Module 7: Keeping Proper Records

Module 8: Tax Returns

Module 9: VAT

Module 10: Making the most of your money

Module 11: Suppose I made a loss?

Module 12: Tax Planning

Module 13: Useful Resources

Bonus Module: What to do if you’re ever investigated by the HMRC

I’ve also included:

  • Course Book so you have everything in writing and can follow along with the online video series
  • MP3 Audio versions of each course lesson
  • Business Account Excel Template so you can start everything today

So if you want to learn how to run your business accounts like a pro then sign up today and I’ll see you on the course!

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