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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 box, the more profit you get. This is the essence of turnover in a nutshell.
But let’s understand not in a nutshell, but in a normal way. In this article, what is turnover, how it affects your business, and how to manage it wisely to keep your money making box working as it should. Continue reading
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 likely, if the revenue is higher, then the profit will increase. On the contrary, it also works: if the revenue falls, then the same will happen with the profit. And everything would be very simple if there was a direct relationship between the indicators. But no: the revenue may sink just a little, and this will lead to large losses. Continue reading
The second rule concerns what tax lawyers and consultants usually call a “business goal”, which taxpayers often start looking for exactly at the moment when they receive a notification about the appointment of an on-site tax audit.
What usually goes wrong:
there is no causal relationship between decisions made to change the legal structure of a group of companies and changes in the effectiveness of business processes; Continue reading