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Evening Language classes at Mossley Hollins High School

Posted by Gary Stroker on 21st August 2014 9:27 | Comments Off on Evening Language classes at Mossley Hollins High School
French and Spanish classes from beginners to A level. Learners will use our multimedia language laboratory and will have their own Virtual Learning Environment Discounts for Tameside employees. Classes start in September Contact: acuitylanguages@hotmail.co.uk... [continue reading ...]

Credit Insurance

Paul Jackson Posted by Paul Jackson on 6th August 2014 10:02 | Comments Off on Credit Insurance
The fact that a business is here today and is creditworthy does not mean that it will be tomorrow, next week or next year. In fact it may not still be trading at all. If a customer becomes insolvent or is having cash flow problems and cannot pay money what is due to your business it can be catastrophic, especially if the amount involved is large. Insurance companies and specialist brokers like RBIG offer credit insurance to... [continue reading ...]

Chasing Payment

Paul Jackson Posted by Paul Jackson on 6th August 2014 9:57 | Comments Off on Chasing Payment
When you get paid, the sale is complete. When a customer doesn’t pay, they’re hanging on to money that is rightfully yours and you should ask for it. You should have a routine system for following up non-payment that includes letter, email, and telephone, but be prepared to act more quickly if the amount is large or you are concerned about the customer. 5 Top Tips for Chasing Payment 1. If the invoice is large, ca... [continue reading ...]

Insolvency, Administration and Liquidation

Paul Jackson Posted by Paul Jackson on 6th August 2014 9:57 | Comments Off on Insolvency, Administration and Liquidation
Inevitably, businesses fail and when one of your customers goes bust it hurts. There is little you can do except wait to hear the outcome. The general outcome is that the debtor’s assets are divided amongst its creditors and the insolvent debtor is released from the burden of its debts. Once most formal insolvency processes are underway, you cannot start or continue any action to recover your debt. Types of insolvency I... [continue reading ...]

Brass Band Photography, Stalls and Music!

Marshall Thomas Posted by Marshall Thomas on 6th August 2014 9:56 | Comments Off on Brass Band Photography, Stalls and Music!
Saturday 26th July sees us out doing Brass Band Photography at the family fun day at the Roaches Lock, Mossley.  We'll be there from 12-6pm and it's a real family fun day out! All proceeds from Marshall's photography will be towards the St. John's Band Learner Band- a thriving beginners' group, who are now desperately in need of new instruments and uniforms.  The main band will be playing pieces from their fabulous Songs... [continue reading ...]

Invoices – Get Them Right

Paul Jackson Posted by Paul Jackson on 6th August 2014 9:55 | Comments Off on Invoices – Get Them Right
If you don’t raise invoices, you won’t get paid. Invoicing should not be seen as a back-office administrative nuisance. Rather, it is a vital first-step in achieving healthy cashflow. Invoices - 5 Top Tips 1. The sooner you ask, the sooner you get paid; send invoices by first class post or, better still, by email. 2. Get invoices right first time; raising credit notes and reissuing invoices takes up resources and time... [continue reading ...]

The first Tameside Together event is a success!

Posted by LiveWorkInvest on 25th July 2014 16:17 | Comments Off on The first Tameside Together event is a success!
We had a fantastic response to our first Tameside Together event last week, at Brother UK on July 17th. We've also had wonderful feedback and we hope to learn more about your experience of the event through our survey. If you attended and have not had chance to do so already, please take a few minutes to complete the survey form that has been emailed to you. Your feedback is greatly appreciated and will help to ensure s... [continue reading ...]

Knowing Your Customer Before You Trade With Them

Paul Jackson Posted by Paul Jackson on 7th July 2014 12:01 | Comments Off on Knowing Your Customer Before You Trade With Them
Unless you know exactly who your customer is, you won’t be able to check if they are good for the amount of credit you need to grant. You won’t also be able to commence legal action effectively if it becomes necessary. Here are 5 Top Tips for Knowing Your Customer. 1. Check out the exact name and legal status of the business you’re supplying. If it’s a sole trader or partnership, the proprietor or partners are person... [continue reading ...]

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