It’s tough enough persuading banks to offer new loan facilities on reasonable terms or renewing existing credit lines ??? without putting your foot in your mouth at the meeting.
We all know how to account for a new computer or desk by showing it as a fixed asset on the balance sheet and gradually writing off the cost over its useful life. But what about non-tangible assets?
Financial director Robert Murphy gives ten tips to make your business budgets more robust, realistic and valuable.