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About Rory Finegan
Rory Finegan is the Founding Partner of Beyond Accounting. Rory’s journey started over 20 years ago, working as a Chartered Accountant at KPMG. After four years helping clients in the media, banking, retail, manufacturing, and services, Rory took on a variety of leading roles in Irish and UK companies before founding his own accountancy practice in 2012. Rory’s real-world managerial expertise, and his experience working for one of the Big Four, means that he is ideally placed to understand the needs of his clients. Whatever business you’re in, Rory speaks your language!
Entries by Rory Finegan
There is no question that in business and in our personal lives, time is one of our most precious commodities. How we manage time in our business is an essential skill and one that deserves attention.
Given the fast-paced, ever-changing world we live in, a strategic and operational plan is a good way to set solid foundations for business growth. Here are some tips for bringing your vision for your business to life…
Peer-to-peer (P2P) lending has been growing in popularity around the world and is now really taking off in Ireland. This practice of matching individual or businesses to lenders via online platforms started a little over a decade ago and is an attractive alternative to traditional lending…
In a world where disruption, change, innovation and technological advancements happen at lightening speed, it’s sometimes calming to stop and revisit some of the age-old success principles that are seemingly timeless…
Beyond Accounting actually started life as Finegan Accountants. I founded the company a few years ago under my own name, but when we decided to expand the business, it quickly became apparent that a rebrand would put us on the best footing for future success…
Starting or growing a business? Companies that commit their business plans to paper achieve better results than those that don’t. Here are the seven key elements we include when writing a business plan…
Commonly, when a business gives credit, they allow 30 days for payment. This means your client has 30 days from the time you issue your invoice to pay you. Some bigger clients might require a longer period, and 60 days isn’t unheard of…
Making sure that you stay on top of your accounts is crucial for the survival of your business. We understand that it can sometimes seem overwhelming, and we’re here to help!..
If you complete a field and it’s one of multiple items checked, moving away from that field will populate the other rows selected with the same information. Use these navigation tips and shortcut keys to make cash coding even faster…
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