When you dispose of a business, you want to do this in a way that maximises your return and keeps you as tax-efficient as possible. But what’s the
When you start using social media to market your business, it’s important to focus on the big hitters – social media giants like Facebook, Instagram or LinkedIn are
Advertising and marketing options are endless for any small business, but driving growth through paid activity quickly becomes expensive – particularly if you’re not seeing an immediate return.
Whenever we’re going on holiday or have plans for the weekend, we always check the weather forecast so we can plan accordingly. It’s no different in business.
We all know that dividend payments are a key way to pay yourself and your fellow company shareholders when your business makes a profit. But are you following
The new changes to the off-payroll working rules (often known as the IR35 rules) are likely to have a significant impact for any contractors – especially if you’re
With greater use of home-working now the norm for many UK businesses, it’s important to think about the deductible expenses that you may be able to claim when
When you set up a new company, there are certain business taxes you’ll be liable for as a business. But have you also planned for the personal taxes
The pandemic has been a tough time for UK businesses, with sales down, revenues cut and cashflow on a precarious knife-edge. To help support UK businesses through
For your business to make money, you need to generate revenue. You produce revenue through your usual business activity, by making sales, getting your invoices paid, or