Small Business Support During Coronavirus

On the 23rd of March, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the closure of non-essential shops and services as part of a lockdown. This has resulted in severe downward pressure on the economy. Latest figures reveal the economy contracting by 2% in the first...

Amazing Accounting Apps to Keep Your Accounts in Order

From Apps that compile photos of all your receipts to those that make sure you’re paid on the date you specify, keeping on top of your company books can be so much easier than you think. Using specific Apps for your accounting means you can perform most tasks while on...

Business Technology For Small Companies

Business technology has come a long way over the past couple of decades.  Technology used to be fun gadgets, but now we’re seeing innovative technological processes that change the way we live our lives! The business world has been completely revolutionised by...

Why You Need to Fire your Client

For many small businesses the idea of instantly losing revenue by firing a client sounds bad. But in the long run it makes perfect sense – and will probably end up actually saving you money. That’s because often the reason you need to fire a client is because they are...

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...