Check your payslips oftenPosted by Ben Locker on June 24, 2022
Check your payslips often to ensure that you are getting all you are entitled to is our advice. We take a look at things that could be wrong.
Child Trust Funds – does your child have £2,000 they don’t know about?Posted by Ben Locker on June 8, 2022
Child Trust Funds were introduced in 2005 and many parents took them up at the time. But it’s easy to lose track of what was paid in.
Legitimate interests – what is it and how does it help me with GDPR?Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on April 8, 2022
legitimate interests – understanding this concept and how it can be applied to your business communications is vital for GDPR compliance.
Domestic Items Relief and LandlordsPosted by Karen Jones on February 4, 2022
Understanding when domestic items relief can be claimed is important as it determines whether a cost is tax-deductible or not.
Cloud accounting software : time to switch?Posted by Kirsty Demeza on February 2, 2022
Being flexible and agile in business is more important than ever. Find out why now could be time to switch to cloud accounting software.
Data theft – top tips for ensuring your business is protectedPosted by Jon Pryse-Jones on January 19, 2022
Data theft is on the increase which requires more emphasis on cyber security. Here are some tips to ensure your business is protected.
Plastic Packaging Tax: what you need to knowPosted by Jon Pryse-Jones on November 10, 2021
Have you heard about the Plastic Packaging Tax that’s coming into force in April 2022? If not, we explain what you need to know.
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.
Second home: How to avoid CGTPosted by Liz Cordell on August 11, 2021
If you have a second home, can you avoid paying CGT when you sell? The answer to this one is, no. But with expert help, you may be able to lower your final CGT bill.
Maternity Allowance when self employedPosted by Jon Pryse-Jones on August 4, 2021
Maternity Allowance self-employed – Here we look at how £39.65 can net you over £5,926 (as of July 2021).