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Know Your Numbers – Your Trading Account

By Manoli Aerakis – Malloch McClean Tasman The most important step in taking control of your business performance is to understand your numbers.  Imagine you are a Doctor...

Collect Your Debtors Faster

Supplied by Manoli Aerakis – Malloch McClean Tasman Did you know that even though you haven’t collected your debtors, you still have to pay tax on them? This is...

Commercial Law Refresher

By Andrew Comer - Principal at law firm Stace Hammond Kiwi businesses are subject to, and regulated by, an extensive matrix of commercial laws.  A base understanding of the...

10 Ways To Lift Your Margin

Supplied by Manoli Aerakis – Malloch McClean Tasman Improvements can always be made at the margin – those small tweaks to your process or system that can make a massive...

How to Avoid Business Failure

By Corey Hinde - https://goodoil.marketing/ How to win in business, on a start up business budget Chances are that you’ve found Launch List because you are a Kiwi business...

Boost your Cashflow in 10 Easy Steps

Supplied by Manoli Aerakis - Malloch McClean Tasman Your cashflow is the lifeblood of your business.  At the same time cashflow is, most likely, the most common cause of...

Business Structures (Part 1) – Sole Proprietorship, Partnership and Limited Liability Company

In this article Andrew Comer, Principal at law firm Stace Hammond, explores the three most common business structures typically adopted by start-ups and outlines some factors to consider...

Cash is NOT equal to Profit

Article supplied by Manoli Aerakis - Malloch McClean Tasman Have you ever sat in a meeting with your Accountant and they’ve told you how much profit you’ve made and you’ve...

Start-ups – Some key legal issues to think about before diving in

By Andrew Comer - Principal at Stace Hammond New Zealand has a rich and vibrant start-up culture - the entrepreneurial spirit, and ‘can-do’ attitude, just seems to be ingrained...

Future Proofing Your Business

Future Proofing Your Business Taking a futuristic view of your organisation, what would you look back on that you would be most proud of with what you have accomplished? Will it just...
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