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Social media is increasingly being used by companies as well to share information and network with colleagues, the public- and this can also cause problems.
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Thinking about closing your limited company? This article will explain the two main options - informal strike of or members' voluntary liquidation.
Find out what's actually on a Limited Company Statement of Financial Position (formerly referred to as a Balance Sheet), and why you might need one.
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What are your responsibilities as a limited company director? We explain what you need to file with Companies House & HMRC so you can keep on top of things.
Although the ins & outs may be tricky to grasp for first-timers, the sooner you get your head around the HMRC VAT system the sooner you can benefit from it.
Pension contributions are one of the few remaining tax breaks available to limited companies. It makes sense to take advantage of this tax break.
Holiday pay should now include payments for regular overtime and regular commission. We look at how to calculate your or your employee's holiday pay.
A locum doctor can provide work under a variety of different guises, including as a limited company. We take a look at the pros and cons.
Small businesses can ask HMRC for an advance of payments to employees and directors to cover statutory maternity and paternity pay.
Anyone who is defined as a 'worker' is entitled to a selection of workers rights. We look at the minim wage, overtime, equal pay and unpaid experience.
There are often limited company business expenses that go unclaimed, which means you could end up paying more tax than you need to.
As a sole trader, your business will naturally incur running costs. The good news is that many of these running costs can be claimed as business expenses,
There are advantages and disadvantages to each approach, particularly when it comes to tax issues. Here's what you need to know!