Ad Valorem Translate – Accounting Terms for Business Owners
You’re an expert in your chosen area of work and your efforts are devoted to making your business work!
This may mean that you do not have spare time to research and understand the many accounting/tax terms which are commonly used by accountants and other import elements of running a business.
It’s almost like learning another language!
This is where Ad Valorem Translate could be the decipherer you’ve been looking for.
What is Ad Valorem Translate?
It is important for business owners to understand their numbers, but we appreciate this isn’t the easiest of tasks when accountants often explain accounts in technical language.
“Ad Valorem Translate” is a new short seminar series, which will take technical terms and explain their meaning in plain English. We will also address common questions which are associated with key terms.
Our first session will cover:
- Directors Loan Account
- Profit & Loss Account
- Balance Sheet
- Capital Allowances
It is important for business owners to understand key terms, to make sure business decisions are made for the right reasons. It is also important to be aware of the tax implications of certain technical terms.
If this sounds of interest to you, please see our first event details below.
The event will be held at our new offices in Old Wolverton on the 20th November and starts 8.00am, see our timetable below:
9:00: Back to work!
We will even have some coffee and pastries to help with the early start!
Book your place:
If you are interested in attending or have any questions, please email: email@example.com
Or call us on: 01908 219100
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