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Category Archives:Cash Flow

Why do SMEs need an accountant?

If you are an owner of a small to medium-sized enterprise (SME), it is essential to consider the benefits of having a professional accountant.

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Can I claim Employment Allowance for my business?

The Employment Allowance is a means for SMEs to reduce the tax burden of employing staff at critical points in their growth and help avoid cash flow crises, via a reduction in National Insurance Contributions (NICs).

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Debt management strategies for SME business owners

Although it can have negative connotations, debt is inevitable for most businesses.

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Financial techniques to maximise your business’ growth

To successfully grow your business, you need to not only know your current business position but also where you want to be in three or five years’ time.

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How management accounts can help your business

Management accounts are vital in keeping on top of your business’s performance. But what are they, and how do they work?

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Five strategies for leveraging financial forecasting

In the dynamic world of business, financial foresight is not just a luxury; it’s an essential ingredient for success.

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Cash flow vs profits: a guide for small business owners

As a small business owner, you’ve likely heard the terms “cash flow” and “profits” used interchangeably. However, mixing these financial metrics up can cause severe consequences for your business. Read More

Staying up to date with MTD for ITSA

In December 2022, the plans for Making Tax Digital for Income Tax Self-Assessment changed again, as the Government announced that instead, MTD ITSA would be introduced in mandatory phases from 6 April 2026, as opposed to 2024.

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How can your business overcome cash flow issues?

During the cost-of-living crisis, you may be feeling concerned about the cash flow of your business.

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