Finance Shared Services
If you want to have a Financially Healthy Business where you have steady income growth, a small variation in expenses, and a growing Profit and Cash balance,
the Finance Shared Service model could be for you!
Customer and Supplier Management Department
With this department, you will know what you will receive from your customers and what you will have to pay your suppliers.
I will evaluate your entries and documents. If necessary, make some changes to your business model.
- Accounts receivable
Maintaining customer accounts
Collecting payments and posting them
Handling customer invoices queries and claims
- Accounts Payable
maintaining supplier accounts,
receiving and registering invoices,
approving and processing payments,
and resolving disputes.
Payroll & VAT Department
In this plan, you will know how much you will pay for salaries, and employee & employer contributions and how much are you paying for VAT and when.
We will process your salaries with our outsourced payroll assistant or we will work closely with yours
We can register your new employees with the Authorities and insurance.
We can do the monthly, quarter, or annual declarations
We will register your expenses and Invoices according to the VAT rules.
We can evaluate the VAT report
We can do the Quarter or Semeterly VAT Declaration
In this plan, we will build a Cash Flow Forecast and plan for your financial goals.
We will need to know how much is coming into your business, how much is going out from your business, and how much we want to keep in your business in order to maximize your cash.
We will create a Financial Plan to see how you can maximize your cash and help you to reach your dreams.
We will plan to pay ourselves first, plan to pay the bills, prepare for taxes, and plan to maximize cash.
The Financially Healthy Evaluation Session
A one-hour session where we can solve one (or more!) of the following questions:
Where can I find cost savings in my business?
I’m not sure I’m doing my books right. Can you take a look?
How do I get my business out of credit card debt?
Am I paying myself the right amount? I should pay myself like an employee…right??