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If you are just starting out in business you will probably have lots of questions especially when it comes to managing your finances.  Many banks will want you to prepare a forecast of your income and expenditure before they will consider you for a loan or an overdraft and many need this even to open a business bank account. That can be daunting if you really don't know where to start and what you should include.…
All growing businesses will become VAT registered. It is not daunting. You just need to become organised with your record keeping and remember your VAT return deadlines. So what should you know about becoming VAT registered? …
It may not be a new financial year for your business but there is no time like the present to take a little time to review the costs of your business. Do you know what your costs really are? Here are three areas of your accounts which will probably be worthwhile to review:…
Business owners need to keep accounts in order to determine their profitability (or not) and to satisfy HM Revenue & Customs requirements so there can't be many business owners who aren't using one of the myriad of accounting software to do this. But using accounting software is not a necessity. …
Last week I was invited to attend, with some other local bookkeepers and accountants, a consultation meeting with HMRC and the Office of Tax Simplification to provide feedback on several suggestions being proposed by both organisations around tax. …
As a self-employed person do you ever wonder what expenses you are allowed to deduct from the income you earn? Do you worry that you are not claiming everything you could? Or perhaps worry that you are claiming things that you shouldn't?…
There is a vast array of accounts software available for keeping your accounts which can be overwhelming if you don't know what you need to do or the best way of doing it.…
Both an accountant and a bookkeeper have valuable roles to play in your business and generally you need both and not one or the other. A very simple explanation of their roles is…
We have been working with Xero accounts software for a number of years and have found it to be very valuable to some businesses. So what are the benefits for our customers?…
The provision of clothing to yourself or your employees is not a tax deductible expense. If you provide clothing it must be declared as a benefit on a P11D and Class 1A National Insurance Contributions will be paid. Your employee's tax code will also be adjusted to account for this taxable benefit. However if you or your employee is required to wear a uniform as part of their duties - a nurse for example…
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