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
Maternity leave is a time full of excitement, anticipation and anxiety about the big day, followed by mayhem and madness. It is often during this period that many mothers reconsider their career choices.
In case you hadn't heard, the FIRE (Financial Independence/Retire Early) movement has been gaining traction for a while now. In essence, followers believe that you get paid for your time, and how much time you are free from a traditional job is what defines success and happiness.
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.
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.
The median income for a published author is £11,000 p/a (2014). Average earnings are about half. But whether you’re JK Rowling, starving in a garret, or somewhere in between, you could be better off if you made friends with the tax system.