Cancellation of imposed insurance
The problem with the imposition of insurance on citizens has been taking place for more than a year. Anyone who has ever had to take a loan knows that the…

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Fitness tax deduction
All citizens who are actively (and not very) involved in fitness and sports now have the opportunity to return part of the money for paid classes. The thing is that…

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Tax-free transfer of property in business: which instrument to choose?
Why might a tax-free transfer of property be required? The change of ownership of property by concluding a sale and purchase agreement is recognized as a sale and entails the…

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Profit and loss statement: how much your business earns
Every businessman wants to know his profit and manage it. A tool called the income statement (OPI) helps to calculate it correctly. We tell you what it is, why it…

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Turnover or why fast business equals rich business
Business is a money-making box. You put capital in there, scroll and get some kind of profit at the exit. Accordingly, the more often you spin capital in a business…

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Preferential loans for legal entities and individual entrepreneurs

The state provides loans to businesses for resuming operations and for expenses related to the borrower’s business activities. The funds issued are not earmarked; they can be used not only for wages, but also for the repayment of other loans and other purposes.

There is a limitation: the issued funds cannot be used to pay salaries if the amount exceeds the specified amount in the employment contract; spend the loan on the payment of dividends, buyback of own shares or shares in the authorized capital, charity. Continue reading

The second wave of coronavirus: what should businesses do?

More than half of entrepreneurs have not yet recovered from the first wave of coronavirus, and experts are already predicting a new outbreak. We tell you whether it is possible to prepare for such an outcome and minimize damage to the business.

What did the first wave teach businessmen?
The head of the Aspro sales department, Sergey Galyamov, believes that crisis phenomena are cyclical, so every entrepreneur should have a “plan B” and a financial cushion in case of unforeseen situations. In difficult times, it is important not to succumb to panic, but instead to slow down and think about plans, think about possible scenarios and calculate the consequences of their implementation. It is better to choose anti-crisis measures taking into account the specifics of the business, and then it will be possible to survive the second wave with the least losses. Here is what the experts propose to do today. Continue reading

Let’s break it down into ions: writing off perishable food

The life cycle of a perishable can be from several hours to several years, but the shorter it is, the higher the risk of write-offs, so management must be clearly structured and transparent. Dmitry Manishin, Procurement and Assortment Coordinator, Vending Company, Moscow, explains how to deal with write-offs.

Perishable food products (perishable) are food products that can be consumed by humans and which are subject to a number of restrictions throughout their entire life cycle from production to consumption. Among them:

conditions (temperature, humidity, air ventilation) of production, storage, transportation, sale; Continue reading

Tax-free transfer of property in business: which instrument to choose?
Why might a tax-free transfer of property be required? The change of ownership of property by concluding a sale and purchase agreement is recognized as a sale and entails the…

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How to get through the off-season without cash gaps
In the spring and summer, the company had strong sales, and in late autumn, winter and early spring it had to take out loans and overdrafts. They figured out how…

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Direct and indirect costs or why it is impossible to count net profit by line of business
In companies with several divisions and branches, it is difficult to calculate the profit of each. You can subtract all expenses from all income and get some value. But this…

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Operating leverage: what happens to profit margins if revenues fall. And if it grows up?
Usually business owners are interested in two interrelated indicators: revenue and profit. Revenue shows how much the company earned, and profit shows how much is left after deducting expenses. Most…

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