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What’s the best legal structure: incorporated or unincorporated?

Do you know the key differences between an incorporated and an unincorporated business? If you’re starting out, we’ll help you choose the right legal structure for your enterprise. #accounting #businesstips #incorporated When setting up your business, one of your first decisions will be choosing which legal structure to use – and thinking about how this…Read More

Should I employ family members in my business?

Thinking of employing a family member in your business? Come and talk to us about planning out the right considerations around pay, benefits, and tax-efficiency. #tax #family If you run your own business, it’s tempting to bring in your own family into the company. But it’s important to think through both the positive and negative…Read More

WFH tax breaks to go?

Working from home: are the tax breaks being axed in April? Since 6 April 2020, employees have been able to claim a flat rate of £6 per week income tax relief if they must work from home. The relief is worth between £62 and £125 per year which is a contribution to the additional costs…Read More

Why you should systemise your business

There are several reasons why you’d want to systemise your business, but most people miss the ultimate reason why we do it.  So let me outline some of the reasons why you need to systemise your business and then I’ll reveal what I believe to be the BIG one. This is the one that rarely,…Read More

Back to Tax Basics: Income tax for directors

As a director, it’s important to keep on top of your personal tax liabilities. We can look after your company taxes and ensure your personal taxes are in order too. Contact us to find out more. #tax #incometax When you’re a company director, it’s important to understand the distinction between paying tax on your company…Read More

Back to Tax Basics: How does Corporation Tax work?

Is corporation tax causing confusion in your business? We’ve got the lowdown on how corporation tax works and when your new company will need to pay. #tax #corporationtax #taxadvice Corporation tax is a tax that’s levied on your company’s profits. When you operate your business through a limited company, that company is considered to be…Read More

Are loans to directors and employees tax free?

Do you know the rules around director’s loans? If you withdraw money from your company other than for salaries or declared dividends, you should come and talk to us. #tax #directorsloans If you’re a director then taking out a director’s loan against the cash in your limited company might seem like a sensible thing to…Read More

What business taxes will your new company need to pay?

Are you in the dark when it comes to business taxes? We’ve got the lowdown on the key taxes your new business will need to pay – so you’re on top of your tax liabilities. #tax #accounting #businesstips As the founder of a company, there’s a long list of compliance tasks to get your head…Read More

Getting ready for HMRC’s new penalty regime

Did you know that HMRC’s penalty regime is about to change? Get ready for the new points-based scheme and avoid penalty fines. #tax Paying your tax bill on time can be a struggle. The HM Revenue & Customs’ (HMRC’s) penalty regime exists, to act as a deterrent for late payment and overdue submissions. But did…Read More

Building your most important asset – your team

From team-building exercises to managing personalities and resolving issues, building a winning team is invaluable for your business, where you’re only as good as the team around you. When you’re running a small business, you’re only as good as the team around you. Hiring the right people is a start, but how do you turn…Read More

What business taxes will your new company need to pay?

Are you in the dark when it comes to business taxes? We’ve got the lowdown on the key taxes your new business will need to pay – so you’re on top of your tax liabilities. #tax #accounting #businesstips As the founder of a company, there’s a long list of compliance tasks to get your head…Read More

Christmas Dates

Well, we can’t believe it is that time of year. Christmas seems to have crept up on us this year and we bet it’s not just us looking forward to the break! Just to let you know our office will be closed from 23rd December 5pm and reopen on 4th January 2022.  For Ltd Company…Read More

Video marketing explained

Have you explored using video to boost your marketing? Here’s why video is fast becoming the most popular channel for marketing messaging. #businessadvice #marketing #videomarketing In a world of multiple online channels and social media formats, video seems to be coming out on top. Social platforms like Instagram, Tik Tok and Facebook are all focused…Read More

Keeping your business cash liquid – the difference between cashflow and profit

Do you know the difference between profits and cash flow? We’ll help you understand why cash is king and how to improve your cash flow management AND profitability #businessadvice #cashflow The foundational goal of any business is to make a profit. As a business owner, that’s one of your key financial aims – to make…Read More

Could a 4-day week be a good fit for your team?

Could a 4-day week be the ideal work set-up for your business? Global trials have shown that working fewer hours leads to a happier team who are still equally as productive. #businessadvice #4dayweek #work The pandemic has acted as an impetus for reflection, with many workers and business people reassessing the hours they work and…Read More

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