Last week Julie Johnson and Janice B Gordon gave us advice on how to overcome challenges, fears and self-doubt at work within a Twitter Q&A session.
Here’s an interesting infographic with our list of 7 good reasons to attend Sage Summit 2016, the world’s largest gathering of small and medium businesses.
Sage Business Expert, Ola Agbaimoni provides some practical advice on how to find the right business partner.
The key to a start-up success is knowing when to apply some WD-40 and when to use the duct tape.
From stating in a corridor to having his own purpose built facility, Andy Kenny, owner of Andy Kenny Fitness and a Sage Business Expert, has spent seven years growing his personal fitness business into a successful operation. Here he shares his thoughts on the lessons he learned along the way, and what helped him succeed. […]
August 1st 2014 marked the passing of the final (and extended) deadline for the implementation of SEPA across the Eurozone countries. Despite some challenges with regards to adoption rates, leading to the extension of the compliance deadline from February 1st 2014 to various dates up to August 1st 2014 across different Eurozone jurisdictions, it should […]
Sage are Gold Sponsors of the 2013 Web Summit. Drop by our Business Advice Hub in the main exhibitions hall to talk to us about how we can support your business. Download our Web Summit Schedule Guide & Map The Web Summit is a great opportunity to bring together technology entrepreneurs, investors and potential partners in […]
Tracey Glacken from Glacken Accountants discusses the announcements in Budget 2014 in association with Sage. Budget 2014 has been and gone and what are we left with? For workers Budget 2014 will not affect their take home pay, however for the elderly and the under 25’s cuts to their allowances will have some impact on […]
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From September 19th 2014, all Central Government, local authorities and State agencies will no longer issue or accept cheque payments. If you are now in a position whereby, the payments to government and its agencies are currently made by cheque the implications are not only that this payment mechanic will be taken away but also the associated credit timelines that you had against these types of payments are also removed.