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Accounting 101: What is a Profit and Loss Report (and should I be scared?)

25th April 2018

Continuing in our series of things our customers have asked us in hushed voices because they thought they should know this, but didn't, and which is FINE because no-one is born understanding finance, plus we love explaining this stuff.

Accounting 101: What is a Balance Sheet? (And why does it matter?)

24th April 2018

We had a meeting with a new client last week, a small consulting firm, and one of the first questions they asked us was "What's the difference between a Balance Sheet and the Profit and Loss?".

Get ready for next year's tax return, starting now

31st January 2018

Start early, get registered, keep records, don’t leave it to the last minute

Event: Demistifying Cloud Accounting with QuickBooks Online at the Apple Store, Cribbs Causeway

13th October 2016

Demistifying Cloud Accounting with Quickbooks Online Come and join us at the Apple Store, The Mall at Cribbs Causeway, on Wednesday19th October for a Business Workshop which will introduce you to Cloud Accounting and the Quickbooks Online app.

Taking Stock - stock count without the big freeze, new features from Unleashed

16th March 2016

Well, this is helpful. Unleashed have announced improvements to the way it handles stock taking. Until now the stock take has always meant having to stop business and freeze all your inventory in order to get stuck in manually with the count. 

TMT Accounting hit Xero Gold Partnership

2nd February 2016

TMT Accounting are chuffed to bits to announce that we have been recognised as a Gold Partner with Xero, the global leader in online accounting software.

TMT Accounting on the move to a new office

9th December 2015

Bristol based cloud accounting firm TMT Accounting Ltd celebrate move to new office 9th December 2015 Bristol

Deputy - manage your staff like a, well, like a boss.

9th November 2015

If you are still using manual spreadsheets to manage your staff rotas and timesheets then we think we've found a better way. If your accounting is cloud based, your staff scheduling should be too.