5 Tips to Keep on Top of Self-Employed Tax

Most self-employed individuals dread the thought of having to sit down and fill out a tax form– to the extent many leave it to the week before it’s due in.  Some people finally get their act together just days before the deadline (January 31), while others may even do...

Why January 31 is Crucial for the Self-Employed

Plumbers, doctors, hairdressers, graphic designers and copywriters – anyone who is self-employed, in fact, should be aware of the importance of January 31, 2020. That’s the date when online income tax returns for the year 2018/19 must be filed by. Failure to do so...

5 Ways to Get your Clients to Pay on Time

For many small businesses, cash flow is essential. That means getting paid on time so that you’re not facing overdraft charges, or are unable to pay crucial bills on a regular basis.  Not only does this cause hassle that you have to deal with, meaning time-out from...

Annual Parties and Tax Exemptions

If you are planning to hold annual parties for Christmas this year, don’t forget about the tax exemptions you are entitled to. You can easily save some money on your tax bill, but you have to ensure you follow the rules, otherwise you could end up missing out. Here’s...

5 Classic Small Business Tax Mistakes to Avoid

If you run a small business, one thing you’ll want to get right is your taxes. You don’t want to avoid paying any taxes you should be paying; but you don’t want to pay more than you need to either, which can hurt your profitability. You can start by avoiding these...

7 Ways to Fund Your Startup

  Launching a new startup is an exciting time for anyone. But startups will nearly always need some funds in order to get up and running, so how can you fund your startup? Here are seven options to consider. 1. Use Your Credit Card One of the first options many...