How to run a business? – free up more of your timePosted by Mark Boulter on October 15, 2021
How to run a business – learn how to free up your time by removing unnecessary admin tasks which can hinder your efficiency.
Simplified expenses for self-employed people – a quick guidePosted by Jon Pryse-Jones on October 13, 2021
What are simplified expenses for self-employed people? And are they worth claiming? We take a look at the pros and cons.
Business interruption insurance and COVID: Is a pandemic covered?Posted by Mark Boulter on October 8, 2021
Business interruption insurance and covid – will your policy payout during the coronavirus outbreak? Here’s why you should check.
MTD for Income Tax deadline delayed – and other important changesPosted by Karen Jones on October 6, 2021
The MTD for Income Tax deadline has changed, with knock-on effects. What are the changes and what do they mean for your business?
Do you and your fellow shareholders always agree? Watch “The Social Network”!Posted by Mark Boulter on October 6, 2021
Shareholders agreement – if you share the ownership/management of your limited company with other shareholders you really need one.
Small business tax planning: For sole tradersPosted by Liz Cordell on October 4, 2021
If you’re a sole trader, then small business tax planning is important. Here are some top tips for sole traders to help navigate small business taxes and avoid any taxing, last-minute panic.
What happens after Furlough? Sunak to announce support measuresPosted by Jon Pryse-Jones on October 4, 2021
If you’re wondering “What happens after Furlough?”, the Chancellor’s speech to the Conservative Party conference may have some answers.
The new tax late submission penalties system explainedPosted by Karen Jones on September 29, 2021
Did you know that HMRC is introducing new tax late submission penalties? We explain how the points-based system works – and when it starts.
Do I have to repay SEISS? A quick guide for the self employedPosted by Mark Ingle on September 27, 2021
If you have claimed any of the 5 Self-Employment Income Support Scheme grants, you may be asking: “Do I have to repay SEISS?”
National Insurance increase confirmed. What does it mean for you?Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on September 8, 2021
The government has confirmed a National Insurance Increase of 1.25%. But when will it come into force and what will it mean for you?