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Can A Female Business Owner Have It All?

You can have it all. You can have it all and be a female business owner. This is according to a new report from Vistaprint. The report found that more than four fifths (83%) of female entrepreneurs would recommend that other women run their own business.

7 Signs Your Business Is Stuck In A Rut And What To Do About It

Is your business stuck in a rut? How would you know? And what can you do about it when you are so busy just trying to keep all the balls in the air? Often when you are working in your business it is impossible to gain a perspective on what is really happening. After all you[…] Read more »

Is Business Blogging Dead?

Business blogging is dead, long live the business blog. By this I mean that business blogging is alive and kicking. But it is a changed beast from days of old. Business blogging has grown up, become more useful, and more precise than its predecessor. This blog was inspired by meeting some food bloggers in person. I was lucky[…] Read more »

How To Claim A Tax Refund Against Losses?

How do you claim a tax refund against your losses? And how soon can you get the tax refund? This depends on your business structure. It is crucial that you make the best decision about whether to trade as a company, a partnership or a sole trader. Before you start trading, read our blog on which structure is[…] Read more »

Cloud Accounting – 5 Step Guide For Success

Cloud accounting software is an easy alternative to getting bogged down with bookkeeping. With cloud accounting software you can enjoy: – Having a clear view of your business finances all the time. – A single user interface that means that you can easily collaborate with your accountant. – All your updates done automatically and your[…] Read more »

Small Business Bookkeeping Blunders To Avoid

Bookkeeping blunders are easy to avoid. But to avoid them you need to know what they are. When you start your business it is like getting on a rollercoaster ride that lasts for at least 6 months. Your focus is fixed on getting those all important sales. And it is easy to make mistakes with[…] Read more »

Claire Georghiades In Top 200 Accountants

On Sunday 10th April the Sunday Times published their first supplement listing the Top 200 Accountants in the UK based on reviews on the independent consumer ratings website We are proud, but not at all surprised, to say that our very own Claire Georghiades was featured. To be included in the top 200 accountants in[…] Read more »

Clampdown On Contractors’ Tax

A contractors clampdown was announced in the Chancellor’s Budget 2016 speech. This has serious implications for the contracting industry. It would have been easy to miss one sentence in George Osborne’s budget speech, “Public sector organisations will have a new duty to ensure that those working for them pay the correct tax rather than giving a tax advantage[…] Read more »

Budget 2016

The Chancellor has just finished his Budget 2016 speech in Parliament. What is in store? The Budget 2016 demonstrated a mastery of understatement from the Treasury. It was billed as a “non-event” kind of budget. Instead, there were huge announcements on sugar tax and capital gains tax. A new lifetime ISA of £20,000 was also announced. As well[…] Read more »

7 Facts About The New Dividend Tax

If you ask any accountant what the new dividend tax in the tax year 2016-17 means, you will get the response, “Its complicated.” So here are 7 demystifying facts about the new dividend tax that will help you bust the jargon and get to the bottom of what is really happening.