A consequence of failing to seek proper advice or opting for the cheapest possible insurance quote often leads to many businesses leaving themselves underinsured. A recent report suggests that up to 80% of UK commercial properties are underinsured and a further 40% of businesses fail to have the right business interruption cover in place. Inadequate […]READ MORE »
Planning what will happen to your possessions and savings once you’re no longer here is something that many of us put off. And this is backed up by research from YouGov, which suggests that 62% of adults in the UK are running the risk of dying intestate, meaning they’ve no will in place. Estate planning […]READ MORE »
Claims for R&D tax relief are on the rise according to new statistics released by HMRC, demonstrating that more businesses are seeing the value in the government incentive scheme. R&D tax credits were introduced in 2000 to encourage investment in innovation, allowing businesses to claim tax relief on eligible activities and qualifying research and development […]READ MORE »
According to a survey by the British Chamber of Commerce, two thirds of businesses say that VAT is their biggest administrative burden. With this is mind, we’ve put together a simple guide to help businesses get to grips with the basics of this rather tricky tax. What is VAT? VAT, or Value Added Tax, is […]READ MORE »
Many business owners are still in the dark about the Business Banking Switch Scheme, so let us explain what the new incentive means for SMEs. The Business Banking Switch Scheme was set up by the government following the financial crisis, as part of the bailout of The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS). As a result, […]READ MORE »
Although there have been some calls for a delay to the scheme, with the pilot well underway and HMRC ramping up their awareness campaign, it is clear that it’ll be full steam ahead for Making Tax Digital come April 2019. So, with the rollout just a matter of months away, it’s crucial that your business […]READ MORE »
With any business, forward planning is key to success. And although it might not be a top priority, considering what will happen when you leave the business should form part of your overall plan. You’ve worked hard to build your company to what it is today, so when it comes to your exit strategy, it […]READ MORE »
The chancellor’s third Autumn Budget and the last one before Britain leaves the EU in March didn’t fail to disappoint, with Philip Hammond pledging numerous changes during his 72-minute speech to boost living standards across the country and help work towards ending austerity once and for all – an underlying message throughout his speech. Many […]READ MORE »
To move or not to move? All businesses are faced with the relocation question at some point. Maybe there’s a need for more space, maybe your existing premises just don’t suit you any more, maybe the building is being closed, or it might be a combination of factors. As with moving house, moving your business […]READ MORE »
What is an audit? An audit is an inspection of a company from someone outside of your business. An auditor will examine your financial statements and accounts, as well as ensuring any controls and processes are fit for purpose. Do I need an audit? Not all businesses require an external audit for regulatory purposes. Some […]READ MORE »
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