Most small business owners are happy, from a financial point of view, if sales are in line with expectations. And there are obvious grounds for this conclusion, after all, if sales dry up there are no
If you are considering selling or buying to or from companies based outside the UK, you may well be overawed by the plethora of regulation you are required to be familiar.
As a first step, you could
As an employer, the tax and employment responsibilities you have for your staff will depend on the type of contract you give them and their employment status.
Contract types include:
Companies House have issued an update on their first implementation of changes brought about by The Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Act. We have copied in the relevant comments made in a
Leaving aside tax planning issues all businesses should be considering business planning opportunities if they presently have an accounting year end date of 31 March 2024.
Industry leaders have welcomed the Government’s new Critical Imports and Supply Chain Strategy, safeguarding UK supplies of critical goods such as medicines, minerals and semiconductors.
In a press
The beginning of a new year is an opportune time to undertake basic business planning. One aspect that needs continuous management is to protect your business capital.
The downturn in global trade
The government Valuation Office Agency have issued the following warning to business owners who may have received unprompted approaches by an agent offering to negotiate a reduction in their business
As Christmas arrives the week before the calendar year-end, many of us will enjoy a week’s shut down and have time to relax and enjoy the break with our family and friends.
The break also gives us
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