Entries by Tim Marshall

Stay home, stay connected

Being on lockdown, stuck in your house, restricted movement, social distancing, whatever you want to call it isn’t easy for a lot of people but luckily for us, in this day and age, we have a wide range of technology at our fingertips to help us stay connected.   Staying connected is important for us on a personal level […]

Mental wellbeing during isolation

With many of us perhaps feeling concerned, stressed or panicked by the current situation, we’ve put together a few ways of looking after your mental wellbeing during these challenging times. The below is not medical advice but aimed to help a little as you face life’s current worries.   Connect with people If you are in self-isolation, you may start to feel just that, isolated. […]

Vedic Maths A Fun Maths Activity

We’ve found a maths activity that will keep you occupied for a bit, Vedic Maths. Make sure you read the instructions carefully, good luck. You will need: 1 9 x 9 grid (below) A relatively sharp pencil (too sharp and it will tear the tracing paper!!) OR coloured pencils Sheet(s) of tracing paper (or alternative) […]

Where To Find Useful Information About COVID19

There is information everywhere you look about the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, sometimes it is difficult working out fact from fiction so we have collated a variety of reputable links that will be kept up to date with reliable information. Health Information & Advice: Advice for the public from the World Health Organisation https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/advice-for-public Health […]

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Keeping Positive

In these unprecedented times, you, like many others around the world may be feeling a little low in spirits. Things may seem a little gloomy but there are rays of positivity shining through.   I’ve put together a little blog on some of the lovely things which I’ve seen in the last few days in the hope of sharing a little […]

How To Maintain A Clean Home

Whilst many people are at home now is the perfect time to give your home some TLC. Below are some hints and tips to make sure your home is clean and looking its best for you and your family.  Decluttering It’s quite amazing how much stuff we can collect over time and it’s equally amazing how […]

Homeschooling From a Full Time Working Mum… How To Survive!

Well, this is different! Being a fulltime working mum, homeschooling wasn’t something I had planned for and if you’re here reading this, I doubt you did either? But here I am and I’m trying my best to keep some normality as much as I can considering what’s going on in the world right now.  I have two children, one of […]

What’s The Difference Between Social Distancing, Isolation & Quarantine?

With all that’s going on in the world now, everyone needs to understand what the differences between Social Distancing, Isolation and Quarantine are. There is a difference between each of these terms and we’ll explain the difference below. What is Social Distancing? Social distancing should be practised by everyone, whether or not they are exposed […]

The Recommended Way To Wash Your Hands

Proper hand hygiene is the number one way to reduce the risk of infection and it’s important to wash your hands frequently and properly, with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Here is the proper way to wash your hands as recommended by NHS: How to Wash Your Hands Correctly Wash your hands under […]

Top 10 Excuses For Missing Tax Deadlines

There is no excuse for missing any tax deadlines and unfortunately, HMRC does not accept excuses! However, some of them are quite funny, here is our list of favourite excuses: “I failed to submit my tax return because…” “My bad back means I can’t go upstairs and that’s where my tax return is!”🚶 “I had […]

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Top 5 Small Business Management Tips

SMEs (Small and medium-sized enterprises with 0-249 employees) make up 99.9% of UK businesses, meaning they’re the heart of the UK economy, so we’ve put together some small business management tips to help all succeed. 1. Invest in Marketing The world we live in is a competitive one, with the internet making it easier to build […]

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Rosemary Bookkeeping Checklist

We’ve put together a bookkeeping checklist for you to follow and make sure you’ve got your books together. Have a read to learn what is involved for your bookkeeping 👇👇 Bookkeeping Checklist by Rosemary Bookkeeping Do you want to download the checklist to print it out to stick on your wall? Click here – Download […]

New Rosemary Bookkeeping Business in Exeter

New bookkeeping business has been launched in the Exeter area by local businesswoman Alison Convery. After spending 15 years accounting for corporate finance, specifically within the IT industry, Alison decided it was time for a change, so she packed up and moved down to Devon with the family for a better life. With the move […]

Why Hiring A Bookkeeper Is Better For Your Business

Having your bookkeeping up to date is a vital part of your company’s long-term success in your business market. With many new small businesses nowadays the owners feel like they have to do everything themselves, which includes bookkeeping. Don’t ever feel like as a small business owner you are on your own, there are always […]

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New bookkeeping business opens in Wyre Forest

Having worked in finance for 15 years and a CIMA qualified accountant, Fiona Perks decided to take the leap into running her own bookkeeping business, which with the help from Rosemary Bookkeeping, became a reality. “I can’t wait to get started and help local business to get their books organised,” said Fiona. One of the […]

8 Bookkeeping Tips for Small Businesses

There is one thing that most small business owners loath to do and that is bookkeeping. We understand, there are a lot more riveting things you could be doing with your day! However, it is a legal requirement, so it needs to be done. Good bookkeeping and accurate records are important in keeping your company […]