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Accounting Advice
23 Jun 2017
Becoming a boss is an exciting time, but will also come with some responsibilities to the HMRC. Here's what you need to know about how to register for payroll, and why you need to.
Accounting Advice
21 Jul 2016
Getting a good bookkeeper can really help your business get of the ground and stay on track. Here's what can happen if you hire a bad bookkeeper.
Accounting Advice
24 May 2016
From 30th June the annual return will be replaced by the confirmation statement. But what's changing?
Accounting Advice
28 Apr 2016
What is auto-enrolment and how will it affect your small business? We have got the answers for you here:
Accounting Advice
31 Mar 2016
Five things small business owners (probably) didn’t know about their small business’s statutory accounts.
Accounting Advice
12 Nov 2015
While small business accounting can be intimidating for some business owners, there are a number of short, cost effective accountancy courses entrepreneurs can study themselves to help them get to grips with their company's finances. Is this wise or should you handover to an accountant and focus on growing your business?
Accounting Advice
07 Sep 2015
One of the most common problems faced by small business owners is knowing how and when to extract money from their business. And most importantly, how do you record personal withdrawals from your company in the most tax efficient way?
Accounting Advice
28 Apr 2015
70% of 500 businesses with 1-57 employees say they ‘don’t know who to turn to’ for support with auto-enrolment’, and, according to AccountingWeb, ‘A vast number of those are expecting their accountant or payroll bureau to come to the rescue’.
Accounting Advice
20 Jan 2014
We proudly announced last week that we have just become official partners of Xero; online accounting software tailored to modern business requirements.
Accounting Advice
10 Dec 2013
Switching accountants is often easier than you think, and we can do most of the admin for you.
Accounting Advice
07 Aug 2013
There are lots of different definitions of profit. Find out how to make sense of them.
Accounting Advice
13 Jun 2013
It's a rite of passage. After years of doing battle with increasingly uncooperative spreadsheets, the time finally comes to grasp the nettle and move your business to a purpose built accounting package. We review the options here.
Accounting Advice
Accounting Advice
15 Feb 2017
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…
Accounting Advice
12 Jul 2016
Online accounting could be just the ticket for cash-strapped, time-poor startups.
Accounting Advice
29 Apr 2016
One of the perks of having your own business is being able to make expense claims. But don't be caught out on expenses you can't claim. Be sure to check our list before you do:
Accounting Advice
26 Apr 2016
Whether starting up or scaling up, there are a number of mandatory (and time sensitive) reporting obligations that all small businesses need to be aware of.
Accounting Advice
24 Mar 2016
Small businesses in the UK have a growing range of cloud accounting software to choose from. We take a look at three of the best.
Accounting Advice
07 Oct 2015
There are more than 30,000 accountants in England alone, and most of them are in fact pretty small. Find out whether size matters here.
Accounting Advice
24 Jul 2015
Tax avoidance and evasion have been in the spotlight over the last few months. Accountants, sometimes seen as aiders and abettors to the wealthy elite, are coming under fire. How should they act when mixed signals over how to interpret legislation can leave them without direction?
Accounting Advice
29 Sep 2014
Do you think you might be working with a bad accountant? Here's what you need to look out for...
Accounting Advice
23 Dec 2013
When deciding which accountant to take with you on your entrepreneurial journey there are two main things to consider before choosing. Should your travelling companion sit quietly in the passenger seat (endlessly re-counting the parking money) or would you like a bit more conversation along the way?
Accounting Advice
07 Aug 2013
The cash flow statement is the thing that connects the Profit and Loss statement to the balance sheet. It's extremely helpful and much neglected by small businesses and accountants alike.
Accounting Advice
25 Jul 2013
Every year at the same time as your statutory accounts are being prepared, we prepare a Commercial Insight report, with actionable commercial guidance to help increase profitability and growth.