Entrepreneurs like to have as much control over their businesses as possible, but if things go well, they will need to delegate. If you’re thinking of becoming an employer, it’s important to know your legal and tax obligations.
Understanding how your business performs is essential if an entrepreneur is to really take control of their business. We take a look at how we work with our clients to support them in achieving quality reporting and performance analysis even in small business.
In short, Working Capital is defined as, “The capital of a business which is used in its day-to-day trading operations”. It is important for small businesses to understand what their working capital is in order to manage every day operations; it is the capital which you have to work with. Find out more...
We take a look back over 2016 to see what the data really shows about the London property market. We show how the London property market has slowed in both transaction volumes and price growth and take a look towards 2017, at what to expect in the London property market.
It is the season to be jolly, in this article we explore VAT and Christmas markets. Who has to charge VAT and how much? If your thinking about trading at a Christmas market this year read on to find out what you need to know.
Digital Agencies have seen Gross income increase, however, they have failed to translate this to bottom line profitability. Accounts & Legal explore the use of freelancers and what effect this has had on the sectors financials
We explore Passerini, an interior design house that brings Italian and European design to the world through their London studio. Sophia sits at the heart of Passerini, discover more about her experiences setting up a UK business and selling throughout the world in Novembers client of the month segment.
Accounts and Legal see business from every market and sector. We have recently seen a rise in the number of Amazon drop shippers we decided to investigate what they are and why more people are doing it.
Whilst accounting conventions can be very useful for some things they can also hide commercially significant data. We look at one convention in the recruitment industry and explore how this could impact on a business.
Corporate finance isn’t just for big business. If your business is built on solid foundations, you present yourself in the right way with solid financial forecasts and a robust business plan then there will, more than likely, be someone out there who will finance your business.
Small businesses must fully acknowledge items such as Gross Profit, Net Profit and EBITDA to fully understand how they performed. In this article we explain them to ensure that you understand what is being referred to when reviewing your business year…
On Thursday the 20th October we attended a very special debate which reached great heights in all respects.
Hosted by the Brighton Chamber of Commerce in connection with Barclay’s bank this debate dealt with high growth businesses and how to manage them.
It would be impossible to fit everything you need to know about making your business successful into one article but we covered a lot of ground in one morning last week with Gavin Bellamy of Action Coach.
Who are your debtors and who are your creditors? Though these terms are seemingly straightforward they can often be confused. It is important to understand that the debtor and creditor process can work in different ways, especially for small businesses. This article explains it all...
Tips to help creative businesses to focus on the accuracy and timeliness of systems and identification of risks to allow them to make better commercial decisions, identify cost savings, better cash flow management and inevitably succeed.
We take a look at the rising star of the recruitment sector - tech.
With demand for skills outstripping supply, coders and programmers are choosing to go it alone rather than stick with permanent contracts - we look below the surface to understand how this is impacting on the recruitment industry.
Nathan Smith of Smith’s Hair Studio offers great haircuts and a fresh take on the traditional salon business model. All to the sound of great music with a happening vibe. We dropped in to see what it's all about.
Brighton Business Club has been created by Accounts and Legal to bring the local business community together with the hope of informing and inspiring them. Last night we hosted our first Brighton Business Club session and it was a very enjoyable evening for all involved.