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Whilst we have provided you with templates in Word and Excel below, the accounting system you use should do all of this automatically for you. Gone are the days when you need to use spreadsheets or type invoices out in Word. Most contractors will choose an accounting firm who specialises in the contracting industry-see our 10 tips for choosing an accountant. Your chosen accountant will be able to guide you through our 10 easy steps to setting up your company and getting started. One of these steps will be to set up your accounts online using one of the popular cloud based systems like FreeAgent or Xero. If you are just starting out and have not yet chosen your accountant them please consider our chosen accounting partner who we recommend for providing specialist accounting services for contractors and small business.
What is interesting about Customer Effort Score is that, in addition to gauging the aggregate, digital experience of your customers with your product (great for product teams), you can also collect it at a number of other different touchpoints across the customer journey, after interacting with a product or service. You can collect CES after the customer has surpassed an important online touchpoint such as signing up for a trial or filling in a form. This works well because they have achieved some sort of goal. It is also a great source for real-time feedback. After an online customer service touchpoint, alternatively, you can gauge how much effort it takes your customers to get an issue resolved using online customer service touchpoints. This includes FAQ pages, after email support, upon reading a knowledge base article, etc. At the end of an online funnel, Lastly, you can collect CES at the end of an online funnel. At this point it is clear that your customer was successful in making a purchase. But what you still do not know is how easy or difficult the process actually was, which is why this is a good time to gauge how much effort they put into getting to where they are.
First and foremost, LLCs limit personal vulnerability to potential lawsuits related to the property. Consider the situation in which the owner of an investment property leases it to a tenant who decides to throw a big party, during which one of the tenants guests falls over a balcony. In todays legal climate, it is quite possible that the injured guest would pursue a claim based on the unsafe condition of the rental dwelling. More often than not, the owner would be named in any lawsuit resulting from the incident. If that rental property were owned by a real estate investor individually, he or she would be named in the lawsuit and would have to defend his or her personal assets from the plaintiffs claims. In contrast, if that property were owned by an LLC, the owners risk exposure would be insulated by the protection of the company, leaving only the assets owned by the LLC (as opposed to all of the owners personal assets) exposed to potential lawsuits.
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