Monthly Archive: May 30, 2023

Essential financial metrics every business owner should track

Understanding the financial health of a business is integral to its success, regardless of the industry or the size of the operation.

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Key factors to consider when starting a business

Setting up a new business is not merely about innovative ideas or immense passion. It also demands careful planning and research.

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R&D tax relief rates – Have your plans adapted to the recent changes?

The UK Government has long encouraged businesses to invest in R&D projects, believing it to be at the forefront of economic growth.  

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Landlords should bring UK tax affairs up to date before Renters Reform Bill is enforced in law

The Government is looking to introduce the Renters Reform Bill, which if made law, will be the biggest shake-up to housing laws in forty years.  

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Benefits of hiring an accountant for your start-up

Running a start-up can take its toll, with the inevitable early struggle of managing and overseeing every role within the business. 

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Tips for launching a seasonal business

The allure of a seasonal business is strong for many entrepreneurs.

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Strategies for SMEs: Surviving the interest rate hike

As interest rates in the UK rise, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) will undoubtedly feel the pinch.  

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What do you need to know about Income Tax?

If you’re feeling unsure about your Income Tax obligations, it’s important to understand what you are required to pay, how you pay it and what to do if you haven’t paid enough or have paid too much.

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Quarterly VAT return and payment deadline approaching

Most businesses in the UK will need to submit VAT returns and payments every three months, with strict deadlines for these submissions set in place by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC).  

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VAT penalties for late filing or payments – be aware of the changes

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has removed the default surcharge for late payments of VAT and replaced it with what is a new penalty charge. The way interest is charged has also been amended.

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