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Small business owners tend to work in an evolving, fast-moving market and it can be challenging to know how your business should grow in order to be successful in the future.The key to being ahead of the rest is being proactive and innovative whilst taking note of key trends
So, what small business trends are in store for 2018?
Directors can pay themselves from their limited companies either in the form of dividends or salary but must consider which they pick so that they are able remunerate themselves within the most tax efficient manner. Here’s what to do.
After much speculation around what will be announced the Chancellor delivered his Autumn Budget to Parliament on 22nd November 2017.
Here is an overview of the key announcements.
Tide is a UK only current account for businesses with minimal transactions, meaning it is perfect for freelancers and consultants.
Ahead of the 2017’s Autumn Budget on 22nd November we’ve taken some time to consider what Chancellor Philip Hammond may announce. Here are the predictions
Auto-enrolment has been affecting businesses in stages but recently The Pensions Regulator has updated the Pension Auto Enrolment staging date for some businesses. Here’s everything you need to know.
HMRC recently announced new payment deadlines for anyone paying their Self Assessment tax liability.
Seasonal workers are often employed on a short-term basis tasked with fulfilling their duties in a small window of time, this means that the way they are paid differs from full-time staff. Here’s what you have to consider when hiring and paying temporary or seasonal staff
Recent findings indicate that 46% of UK small businesses are not knowledgeable about tax relief that is available from the government. In our latest article we discuss the best tax relief for small businesses
As banks become more open to lending to all sorts of businesses again, this article explains how to obtain bank funding.
When considering the characteristics of a good accountant, adjectives such as rational and logical often crop up but it takes a lot more than patience and numerical skills to make an exceptional accountant.
There are currently three different rates of value added tax which apply to most commercial enterprises; standard, reduced and zero. We explain them all in this article.
Value Added Tax, aka VAT, is excised on the sale of most goods and services. VAT, most commonly charged at 20%, is added to the cost of goods or services. Here’s everything you need to know about how it works.
Invoice Factoring can provide a solution to funding for many small businesses. This article tells you everything you need to know about invoice factoring.
The differences between debt funding and equity funding and the pros and cons of each for different businesses
In a bid to make paying taxes more accessible the Government announced their ‘Making Tax Digital’ initiative. Here’s what you need to know