This is the scenario, a business receives money from a 3rd party under the agreement that it must be spent on assets.
Accountants frequently underestimate the value of their work. John Niland sets out the problem and how it can be solved.
A client has accidentally accepted cash of more than E15,000 for goods he has sold, valued at about £22,000.
Paul Shrimpling of Remarkable Practice explains why price is inextricably linked to value and why your competitors' prices shouldn't dictate what you charge.