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Business Banking

How one small digital marketing agency has simplified its business banking by separating its finances and bringing extra clarity to cash flow forecasting.

Small business banking can become complicated when juggling expenses, remuneration, tax considerations and more. Taking a single, simple view across all your business’s finances can help provide some simplicity to your business banking.

Paula Glynn, a director at digital marketing agency and small business Pixelstorm, shared how she’s simplified the way she manages her business’s finances – and what else she’s keen to see happen to make things even easier for her team.

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