As the employment landscape evolves, so do the regulations surrounding compensation, including holiday pay. One significant development in this realm is the re-introduction of the 12.07% holiday pay rule, and even better the simplification of this in tandem with rolled-up holiday pay.
Running a successful hotel involves more than just managing the books; it requires a strategic approach to financial management that goes beyond the traditional accounting functions. In this article, we'll explore how hoteliers can unlock profitability by adopting a comprehensive financial strategy that encompasses various key aspects of the business.
In the fast-paced and dynamic world of hospitality, efficient financial management is the backbone of success. As technology continues to evolve, businesses in the pub and restaurant industry are turning to innovative solutions to streamline their finances. One such powerful tool gaining widespread popularity is Xero, an advanced cloud-based accounting software. In this article, we'll explore how Xero can be a game-changer for pubs and restaurants, helping them navigate the complexities of financial management with ease.
In the dynamic realm of hospitality, understanding and leveraging Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) is crucial for steering your business towards success. Carroll Accountants offers a specialised KPI review service, tailored specifically for businesses in the hospitality sector, including pubs, bars, and restaurants.
Embarking on the entrepreneurial journey demands crucial decisions, and among them is selecting the right business structure. Two prevalent options are operating as a limited company or as a sole trader. Each structure comes with its own set of advantages and disadvantages. Let's delve into the pros and cons of both to help you make an informed decision for your business.
Have you ever pondered why, despite your business showing a healthy profit on paper, you find yourself grappling with cash flow issues? It's a common dilemma that many entrepreneurs and business owners face. You're not alone if you've ever heard the saying, "Turnover is vanity, profit is sanity, but cash flow is reality."
Business planning, a term often associated with the early stages of a venture. Entrepreneurs meticulously craft their business plans to secure funding, impress potential investors, and map out their initial journey. But what happens next? Why is business planning more than just a one-time activity that collects dust in the bottom drawer of your desk?
Prime costs are an important key performance indicator for your restaurant, which is often overlooked. Prime costs are one of the most important and revealing numbers on any restaurant's P&L. It can give you a much better understanding of your cost structure,
In the dynamic and competitive hotel industry, measuring financial performance is essential for business success. Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) serve as valuable metrics to evaluate a hotel's financial health and identify areas for improvement.
Running a successful restaurant involves more than just serving delicious food and providing excellent service. Behind the scenes, effective financial management plays a critical role in ensuring your restaurant's success and long-term sustainability.
Running a licensed trade business in the UK comes with unique challenges and intricacies. From managing complex financial regulations to maximising profitability, the expertise of licensed trade accountants can be invaluable.
As a hotelier, you know that running a successful hotel requires expertise in various areas, including accounting. Managing the finances of a hotel comes with its own set of challenges and complexities that demand specialised knowledge.
In the fiercely competitive landscape of the hospitality industry, the need for proficient accounting professionals cannot be overstated. When it comes to managing the financial intricacies of establishments such as pubs, bars, restaurants, and cafes, a team of trained and specialised accountants is crucial.
As any entrepreneur in the food and beverage industry knows, optimising profitability is of paramount importance. One of the key aspects that demands attention is controlling labour costs.
This is a great tool to calculate, well what it says, the “break-even point”. This point is when the sales cover your total annual costs and no profit or loss is made. You may ask yourself, why do I want to just break-even? What’s the point of that? You are right of course, but it’s a starting point, and anything more than the break-even point will not need to contribute towards covering overheads.
The Tourism, Hospitality and Leisure sector is believed to have the highest proportion of jobs paying the minimum wage of any sector, at around 30% of the total. However, Hospitality wages have risen by some 53% over the last ten years.
There are many aspects to consider when running a business, and one of the major ones should be Health & Safety. It is important to keep your business, your people, customers and visitors safe and ensure your company is fully compliant.
Electronic Point of Sale (EPoS) is the hardware and accompanying software that allows you to process orders and payments and provides real-time reporting and stock management information. It can be used to process room payments in hotels and also food and beverages or even things like Spa treatments, helping you to keep track of stocks and control and track payments from different revenue centres.
In this chapter we will explain the difference between Tips, Gratuities, and Service charges, and when a TRONC arrangement is necessary. To the public these are collectively known as Tips. However, you will need to know the difference between them, and how they are treated for tax purposes.
Don’t assume that just because you are a small to medium sized business, that you won’t be targeted by cyber criminals. The hotel, restaurant and hospitality and leisure sectors are possibly more vulnerable because of having small IT teams and a lack of knowledge around protection and best-practice.
As a public house (pub) owner, grappling with the intricacies of rent reviews and understanding the pub code can be a daunting task. The legal process of rent reviews is commonly used in the pub industry to adjust the rent for commercial properties.
Whether you run a bar or club, a hotel, café or restaurant, or offer bed & breakfast, or are involved in recreation or travel & tourism, you need adequate protection for yourself and any third parties. Each area faces unique risks and challenges, so talk to a broker who can provide considered advice.
Small hospitality businesses face unique financial challenges, such as fluctuating revenue, seasonal demand, and rising operating costs. In this environment, financial planning is critical to achieving long-term success.
In the hospitality sector, keeping up with the accounting demands of your business can be challenging. From bookkeeping and financial reporting to payroll processing and tax filing, it can be overwhelming to handle all these tasks on your own.