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Why choose HGH?

Cloud Accounting

Xero Partnership

Posted: 11th Aug 2022 by Hunter Gee Holroyd HGH's News

Hunter Gee Holroyd have been a Xero Partner for several years, but it was perhaps something in the background. With the changes to Making Tax Digital it became clear that moving to a digital solution would allow us to offer a better service to our clients. Xero’s Partner Program is for any practice that has… Read more

It’s official…we’re now a Xero Platinum Partner!

Posted: 22nd Apr 2021 by Hunter Gee Holroyd HGH's News

We have been a proud partner of Xero for a number of years now, helping our clients discover the huge benefits on offer from the world’s leading cloud accounting platform. We are delighted to announce that our expertise with the software has now seen us achieve Xero Platinum Partner status – the very highest rung… Read more

Free cashflow recovery initiative

Posted: 1st Apr 2020 by Hunter Gee Holroyd HGH's News

As you may know, we are partnered with Chaser, an award winning app which allows users to automate invoice chasing and intelligently manage their credit control. We wanted to make you aware of an initiative they have launched to support Hunter Gee Holroyd’s clients during this period of uncertainty. What is it? The Chaser team… Read more

Client Focus: Helping farms thrive with easy-to-use cloud accounting software

Posted: 25th Oct 2019 by Hunter Gee Holroyd HGH's News

“Hunter Gee Holroyd helped me initially with some training but to be honest the software is so intuitive that it’s now second nature.” Rusholme Grange is a three-generation farm, situated on the banks of the River Ouse outside the village of Drax. Phil and Anne Roberts run the family farm, which mainly grows wheat and… Read more

Say goodbye to storing paperwork and entering data

Posted: 8th Oct 2019 by Hunter Gee Holroyd HGH's News

Reduce admin anxiety, save money and free up time to do what you do best: running your business. Dext Prepare is your go-to platform for getting on top of business finances. Get back in control within minutes with all the tools you need to capture, upload and track your cashflow – all in one app. Dext… Read more

Four sales forecasting methods for new businesses

Posted: 19th Aug 2019 by Hunter Gee Holroyd Blog

Forecasting sales can seem like guesswork. There are a lot of estimates, and those estimates are often based on assumptions. But you can approach it scientifically. Here’s how. What is forecasting in business? Forecasting goes hand-in-hand with budgeting to help you predict the financial outlook of your business. You start by estimating income (sales) and… Read more

Budgeting and forecasting for small business

Posted: 6th Aug 2019 by Hunter Gee Holroyd Blog

Starting a business is a big financial decision. Before you get going, you’ll want to estimate how much money it will go through, and how much it will make. Welcome to the world of budgeting and forecasting. What is a business budget? Budgets show how money will come and go from your business over a… Read more

Businesses are being urged to register for Making Tax Digital before August

Posted: 24th Jul 2019 by Hunter Gee Holroyd Blog

Many of the 1.2 million businesses affected by the new rules will be required to submit their first quarterly return to HMRC using software by 7 August. Businesses with an annual turnover above £85,000 are being urged by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) to sign up to Making Tax Digital (MTD) before the 7 August VAT filing… Read more

Business Planning – try a SWOT analysis

Posted: 19th Jun 2019 by Hunter Gee Holroyd Blog

If you can’t get into a flow with your business planning, try doing a SWOT analysis. It’s a great way to organise your thoughts and kickstart the planning process. What is a SWOT analysis? SWOT stands for strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. It’s a way of thinking about your business from the inside out, and… Read more

How to start a business: business planning

Posted: 10th Jun 2019 by Hunter Gee Holroyd Blog

Are you daunted by the thought of writing a big, formal business plan? You’re not alone. A lot of people start and never finish, but you don’t have to be one of them. You can start with smaller tasks and work your way up. What is a business plan anyway? Think about your business plan… Read more