What we do at Margin Wheeler Setting up your own company isn’t all sunshine and rainbows – long working hours and mountains of paperwork can make it hard, especially if you are doing it alone. That’s why you need good business partners that will help you achieve success and reach your goal. As an accounting
Incorporating your company Incorporating your company is the first step to getting your business up and running. You will need to take several steps next to allow your business to run smoothly without any hiccups. If you aren’t sure where to start next after incorporation, here are some things that you will need to do
A guide to balance sheets Of all the documents that you’ll need to manage while settling the accounting for your firm, the most important one will be your balance sheet. For new firm owners who are not familiar with what it is, we’ll be breaking down everything you need to know about understanding this document.
Filing ACRA and IRAS Requirements The Accounting Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) and Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS) are the two government agencies that local companies are required to file to. All companies in Singapore have to file their annual and tax returns to stay compliant. As a business owner, you must know how to
Record-Keeping By now, we all know of the large amounts of administrative work that go behind ensuring that your company runs smoothly. From bookkeeping to accounting, they all play a part in ensuring that you won’t run into any hiccups. If you’re completely unfamiliar with record-keeping, here’s a simple introduction to get you started. What
Now that you’ve got your business plan, it’s time to get down to the nitty-gritty, which includes creating your invoice. Learning how to make a simple invoice will allow you to start charging your clients, which in turn means that you get paid for your work. What is an invoice? An invoice is sent out
A Simple Guide To Bookkeeping For Beginners What Is Bookkeeping and Why Is It Important Bookkeeping is the fundamental process of systematically recording, organizing, and tracking a company’s financial transactions, from the opening to closing of the firm. It serves as the backbone of financial management, providing a comprehensive record of all monetary activities. Bookkeeping