We asked our founding partner, Rory Finegan, why he recommends Xero accounting software. In this short video, Rory outlines the three key benefits of Xero for SME accounting.
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
Cash flow management is one of the biggest challenges for any SME. Business is strong, but you are waiting on payment from your customers. Or you need some equipment that will improve business, and ultimately your cash flow, but you just don’t have that cash right now to invest…
When converting to Xero, the process itself doesn’t take very long at all. Most users can be converted over to Xero in just a day. And though you may think that it has to be done at the start of the financial year, this is actually not the case…
There’s a lot happening in the accounting software space for SMEs and the two leading competitors, Sage and Xero, are battling it out for market share…
We asked our founding partner, Rory Finegan, for his three key tips for young businesses. In this short video, Rory outlines what businesses can do to increase their chances of success.
App developer is not how you’d typically describe your accountant, but we don’t see ourselves as a typical accountancy practice…
Accounting has changed and accountancy firms will have to change too if they’re to stay relevant. Businesses want an accountant who understands what they do, the industry they’re in and the challenges they face.
A lot of people start off in business as a sole trader and that’s something of a common practice. It’s relatively easy to set up as a sole trader due to there being few regulations, little cost and I recommend it as a structure in starting your business.
What are the options when it comes to linking your Irish business bank account and Xero to ensure seamless and easy way to keep your accounts up to date? Here’s what’s on offer from BOI, AIB and Ulster Bank.
Spotlight is a great piece of software for handling management reporting, board reports and cash flow forecasting. Forget spreadsheets, Spotlight is the way forward!
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