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Our tips on making payments work for you

How to accept payments online

If you want to accept payments online, you have two main options: Direct Debit and credit (or debit) cards. To help you get to grips with your online payment options we've run through the main choices here.

Moving to the cloud: A guide for accountancy firms

We spoke to leading accountants about their experience and advice for firms moving to the cloud. This is what they said.

When, why & how to use proforma invoices

If the goods or services you deliver are liable to change, proforma invoices could help reduce your admin and create a smoother invoicing process.

What is invoice factoring and how does it work?

Invoice factoring can boost cash flow and simplify business planning – could it work for you?

What is invoice finance and should your business use it?

Invoice finance can give you fast access to business cash based on your accounts receivable invoices – could it work for you?

The Global Recurring Payments Tracker: September 2019 edition

The Global Recurring Payments Tracker, a collaboration with PYMNTS.com, is your monthly resource for tackling the complexities and challenges of the international recurring payments space.

What is reconciliation in accounting?

There are a number of variants to this accounting process, useful for ensuring correct balances are recorded within accounts. This guide explains what they are, why reconciliation is important, and how to conduct reconciliation.

The payment experience cheat sheet: a guide for businesses with recurring revenue

Use our handy cheat sheet to make sure your payment experience is fully optimised for the requirements of your customer. Learn how to maximise payment success, get better insights into your process and reduce churn.

What is Cloud Accounting & How Does it Work?

Cloud-based solutions abound in the digital age, with many of us using online software to manage our emails, our banking or our photo storage. So why not move your business’ accounting and bookkeeping needs to the cloud too?