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As the end of July rapidly approaches, some taxpayers are faced with the recurring prospect of yet another tax payment becoming due.
Ever since Brexit threatened to pull the shutters down on non-UK business owners working in this country, we have seen a steady rise in entrepreneurs – and not necessarily just Europeans but also North and South Americans – wanting to set up companies in the UK before March 2019. Here are some of the financial matters to be considered when setting up a new business.
With most law firms' new financial year starting in April or May, we’ve put together some handy housekeeping tips which will help make your firm more Accounts Rules compliant.
Cash flow planning is key to the success of all businesses. While a business may appear to be profitable on paper, cash flow can be a serious challenge for professional services firms.
If your New Year resolutions have already failed and you’ve missed several gym sessions in favour of a croissant and mocha-latte at your desk, there is still time to do something for the greater good of your firm. Here are some ideas you could consider.
Congratulations, great news! But what does this actually mean? This article will explore some of the financial issues potential new equity partners should think about before signing on the dotted line.
The 2016 Autumn Statement introduced important changes to the Income Tax and National Insurance Contributions
(NIC) of certain types of beneﬁts in kind (BIK). Why the new rules?
One of the first questions many
business owners ask when setting up a new venture is whether to set up a Private Limited company (LTD) or a Limited Liability Partnership (LLP). What are the differences?
For all practices, small or large, KPIs are important tools to measure the success of your business. Here, we take a look at some useful KPIs to help you plan ahead and compare yourself with other surveyors.