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Podcast by Loandesk.com.au

Episódios

  • Noel Tiufino - How To Future Proof Your Business With Cloud Accounting

    Noel Tiufino - How To Future Proof Your Business With Cloud Accounting

    11/02/2015 Duração: 34min

    Noel Tiufino - How To Future Proof Your Business With Cloud Accounting by Loandesk.com.au

  • How To Re-Invent A Bookkeeping Business  Grow Nationally: Podcast #7

    How To Re-Invent A Bookkeeping Business & Grow Nationally: Podcast #7

    11/09/2014 Duração: 25min

    THIS PODCAST FEATURES: Leigh Dunsford interviews Noel Tiufino, Director & head of business development at MyAccounts. About Noel: Noel oversees the national operations and business development of My Accounts. He has been with the company since its early days in 2007. He also studied Psychology at UNSW. Today we will not be speaking about bookkeeping, but rather more interestingly how Noel and the founder Simon Allsop managed to change what most would consider a boring industry into something resembling a modern tech company featuring pool tables, breakout grassy nooks and staff training camps. What we really want to know is, how you did it, why you did it and what it takes to stay ahead in a seemingly repetitive industry such as bookkeeping. With this, we’re hoping our listeners can apply some of your advice to their small business. Would like to also touch on: How MyAccounts attracts better staff by having a fun culture/relaxed environment How MyAccounts retains staff through training/work life cu

  • Inventory  Import Finance Options Revealed - Business Briefcase Podcast #6

    Inventory & Import Finance Options Revealed - Business Briefcase Podcast #6

    05/09/2014 Duração: 25min

    Inventory & Import Finance Options Revealed THIS PODCAST FEATURES: This podcasts we will delve into: Three types of funding options for importers. - Purchase Order Finance - Import Finance - Inventory Finance (ALL NEW FINANCE OPTION) In depth look at how a purchase order finance transaction works & what you need to know in order to qualify for this type of finance How import finance works, this is put in place as a value added funding line with your purchase order finance An in depth overview of how our latest funding product inventory funding works, what the lender is looking for and how you might qualify. Thanks for listening.

  • Property Secured Non-Bank Business Loans: Business Briefcase Podcast #5

    Property Secured Non-Bank Business Loans: Business Briefcase Podcast #5

    04/09/2014 Duração: 24min

    THIS PODCAST FEATURES: This podcasts we will delve into: 1. The top three types of property non-bank secured business loans - First mortgage - Second mortgages – these are sometimes blended with FM’s - Caveat lending 2. When do they apply & what are your borrowing term options? 3. What are the lenders looking for short-term loans? 4. How non-bank lenders are comparing to bank loans with regards to qualifications – Example of Loandesk user for takeaway purchase. 5. A common question is, “I have plenty of equity in my home/property asset, however the bank still won’t lend me the money for my business”. Common situation we see everyday. Servicing ratios are a lot higher for bank loans vs non-bank lenders, purely due to the risk levels the investors are willing to take vs traditional bank lending risk as private investors and SMSF are seeking higher yielding investments. 6. For attractive rates what are the lenders looking for? I.e business purpose, trading business etc. Short term lenders will purely lend di

  • The True Cost Of Invoice Factoring – Business Briefcase Podcast #4

    The True Cost Of Invoice Factoring – Business Briefcase Podcast #4

    27/08/2014 Duração: 32min

    THIS PODCAST FEATURES: In Podcast #3 Part 1 of the Factoring Series – we talked about the different types and overview of the how each facility worked. This podcasts we will delve into: > How each facility is priced - Spot invoice factoring - Debtor Finance, full and partial facilities - Invoice Discounting – won’t go into depth as it’s not as popular > What type of security is taken over your business (only relating to Factoring), used to be called fixed and floating charges. Now switched over to the Personal Property Security Act, which is extremely broad in nature and is already in action through New Zealand and Canada. Lenders register on the Personal Property Securities Register usually what’s called an ALLPAP (all present and after acquired property). Similar to the old fixed and floating charges. Essentially a new register where every security interest from lenders can be searched easily, with a fully online rego process instead of manual. If lenders don’t register they simply don’t have security.

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