A new website that represents a new Tyrrell & Company

Your business’s website is such a critical part of your brand these days. Your site is your shop window, your content hub, your eCommerce centre and the place where most of your customers and prospects will come to find out more about you, your products and your...

Expenses – are you claiming enough?

A recent YouGov poll of 5,000 self-employed people and freelancers revealed that 3 out of 4 of them don’t claim all their expenses and nearly 20% claim less than half or none at all!

Xero: helping us deliver cutting-edge business advice

At Tyrrell and Company, we’ve always put sound, insightful business advice right at the heart of our client relationships. It’s in the DNA of the firm. And we’ve always dreamed of having a software system that could deliver the quality numbers and data needed to deliver truly first-rate reporting, forecasting and guidance to our client base of ambitious business owners. So you can imagine how blown away we were when we first saw how Xero online accounting software could deliver on this long-held dream.

Never chase customers for payment again – automate your payment processes

Bad cash flow = bad news. And one of the biggest reasons for poor cash flow is customers not paying their invoices on time. So, how do you combat the potentially negative impact of outstanding invoices and get back in control of your payments and cash flow?

The key lies in some strategic use of technology, and a lot of thought about your internal processes and customer relationships.

When you hate using your hard-earned money to pay the accountant

If you see your advisers once a quarter – or worse still, once a year – then you don’t have the right kind of depth to your advisory relationship.

You need more frequent contact and a more productive working relationship with your accountant. By meeting and talking regularly makes a big difference between a ‘traditional accountant’ and a ‘modern cloud-based accountant’ – a good, 21st-century accountant is a trusted business adviser, not a dull bookkeeper.