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How to Calculate the Ideal Profit Margin for Your Small Business

Singapore Grant Opportunities Via Business Grant Portal (2020)

Are you looking to start, expand, or otherwise upgrade your business in Singapore, but you don't know how to raise the funding to make it happen? Good...

7 Accounting Formulas Every Business Should Know

NoveAs a small business owner in Singapore, you may prefer to handle your own accounting, to maintain control over your own books. If so, here are s...

Improve Productivity with a Solutions Grant from Enterprise Singapore

Apply for a Productivity Solutions Grant through Enterprise Singapore to help offset the cost of IT solutions and equipment that can help your small business run more efficiently. Businesses that are registered and operating in Singapore may qualify for a grant to purchase, lease or subscribe to qualified products.

Understanding the Peaks and Troughs of a Cash Flow Cycle

SMB Unity Resilience Grants from the Singapore Government

Singapore Government business support COVID-19 has impacted economies across the globe with governments developing stimulus packages to support their...

How to Create an Invoice

Let’s say you send 10 invoices per month, and the process takes you 1 hour a piece. This is time that you could be using fulfilling services or generating new business. Using software, you can trim your invoicing time down from 10 hours to 1 hour.

20 Ways to Get Clients to Pay Their Bills and Invoices Faster

Filing Taxes as a Freelancer in Singapore

Track, project, and pay your Singapore self-employment tax each year with online apps and an easy, step-by-step process. Keep costly mistakes under control and maximise the benefits you get from normal operations by learning how filing freelancer taxes in Singapore works for a sole proprietor.

Small Business Term: Tax Deductions for Interest Paid on Business Loans

Find out why interest on business loans is considered a business expense by the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore, and learn why the principal payments on the loan are not deductible business expenses. Get tips for tracking these expenses, and discover how the right accounting software can help.

Top 4 challenges of SMEs in Singapore | Victor Goh

Survival Strategies for Cash-strapped Businesses

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