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Advertising nominal Code Sage


Just after a bit of help.

The default Advertising nominal code 6201 is under direct expenses, but when doing accounts for an events company where should I put the advertising?

They have many leaflets produced, general ones advertising all events and the company a direct expense therefore I feel should be in 6201.

However they also have leaflets made just for a certain event to advertise that only. Where should I post this, as it is a cost of sale but should it go in the 5000's somewhere?

Or should I be putting them under printing 7500?

They want the event leaflets to show on the P&L report



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You are correct in thinking that since these per-event leaflets are a cost of sales, they logically fit in the 5000 range. Create a suitable code in that range, and make sure it shows in the right place on the chart of accounts.


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Advertisement is very challenging and being the new business owner, I am not able to decide on which methods are going to be beneficial for me. Moreover, some of the online marketing techniques are very expensive. So, at the moment I am just thinking to use business sms marketing technique which is affordable and I can manage the campaigns on my own. What do you think about it?



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Livelyi28 wrote:

Advertisement is very challenging and being the new business owner, I am not able to decide on which methods are going to be beneficial for me. Moreover, some of the online marketing techniques are very expensive. So, at the moment I am just thinking to usexxxxxxxxxxxxxxmarketing technique which is affordable and I can manage the campaigns on my own. What do you think about it?


What do we think?

We think, no we know, you are a spam dumping waste of time!

Plus we do not know you are not a new business owner! If you are the you shouldnt be on here as this is a forum for Accountants and bookkeepers

Plus we think, no we know, you are dumping rubbish on the wrong side of the pond.



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Cheshire wrote:
Livelyi28 wrote:

Advertisement is very challenging and being the new business owner, I am not able to decide on which methods are going to be beneficial for me. Moreover, some of the online marketing techniques are very expensive. So, at the moment I am just thinking to usexxxxxxxxxxxxxxmarketing technique which is affordable and I can manage the campaigns on my own. What do you think about it?


What do we think?

We think, no we know, you are a spam dumping waste of time!

Plus we do not know you are not a new business owner! If you are the you shouldnt be on here as this is a forum for Accountants and bookkeepers

Plus we think, no we know, you are dumping rubbish on the wrong side of the pond.


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Shamus wrote:


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Hope that I didn't just ban the Mafia... If I did... Joanne made me do it... Actually, ignore that, thioonk that I would rather face the Mafia!


Thanks.



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