Here are the top five articles that subscribers of the Accounting Apps newsletter clicked on the most during the week commencing the 31st of October of 2021.
Here’s What You Need to Know About the Job Retention Scheme (UK) | (Float)
With the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme or ‘furlough’ scheme coming to an end in October, the UK Government has announced a plan to prevent mass job losses as businesses emerge to a post-lockdown world amidst the coronavirus pandemic. Chancellor Rishi Sunak has unveiled plans for a Job Retention Bonus, designed to encourage businesses to keep on furloughed workers. Read more about their plans in this article.
If You’re Still Handling Your Billing Manually, This One’s For You | (Chargebee Blog)
The billing process eats away DAYS from the accountant’s work, and despite all of that, it isn’t entirely error-free. Accountants are number wizards, sure, but they’re human after all. One of these days, there might be an erroneous extra zero in the invoice amount. Errors are bound to happen. Check this article from Chargebee Blog to find out to simplify your billing!
Flexibility at Work: How to Increase Job Satisfaction and Your Bottom Line | (XBert)
The way we work has changed forever. What’s more, the way we do business has also changed forever. While there will always be a place for in-person meetings and having a shopfront: accounting and bookkeeping doesn’t necessarily have to be one of them. Sadly, not all businesses could pivot to become ‘pandemic-proof’ (or at least still be able to operate in some way, shape or form during unprecedented lockdowns) – but fortunately, accountants and bookkeepers could.
Taking the Guesswork out of the Future Growth: Using Forecasting to Help Business Get Clarity | (Fathom)
Meet Ben Cooper, founder of Amplify, and hear how he is helping business owners make better future-facing decisions by using Fathom’s dynamic forecasting tools in place of clunky spreadsheets. He shares how he helps give his clients clarity and confidence to move forward in their business.
Pay Guides| (Fair Work Ombudsman)
Posting information on your workplace rights and obligations after the new Annual Wage Review (1 November 2021 changes), Fair Work Ombudsman pay guides are now available and updated. Also, on this link, you will be able to browse the full list of pay guides to access the one that applies to you.
Which one of these articles has resonated with you the most this week?