If you spend time working from home, then depending on the work you do, you might be able to claim expenses back for using your home as an office, either by claiming for office equipment like computers and furniture, or even renting part of your home to your company. We break down the rules.
GDPR is a term all businesses, large or small should be aware of. Here's a jargon-free explanation of what you need to know to ensure you’re ready for it.
Our checklist gives contractors some top tips in securing the perfect projects for themselves. We look at all the things you can do to improve your CV.
Strategic business partnerships give small businesses and startups the opportunity to grow their company. We explore multiple partners and the benefits.
Why use online accounting software when you can download an Excel spreadsheet for free? Well, the reasons are numerous, sophisticated online accounting software can give you a clear picture of your business finances, anywhere, anytime and help with all your mandatory filing and record keeping.
We’re fast approaching the end of the tax year on 5th April, and now is usually a good time to get to grips with any tax changes, so you can maximise your tax efficiency for the outgoing tax year and get your business prepared for the new tax year. You’ll also want to stay up-to-date with the rates and thresholds.
The Conservatives' 'National Living Wage' is not the same as the one proposed by the Living Wage Foundation. We look at the differences.
Unsure of the difference between cash-flow and capital? Business jargon can often be complicated, especially if you're just getting started. We've compiled a glossary of some often-used business and accounting terms and provided easy to understand definitions, with links to further info where appropriate.
If you're self-employed, you may spend a lot of time thinking about your objectives and goals for the future. We look at the ways you can achieve them.
This article will cover exactly what a director’s loan entails, the guidelines to abide by, and your tax obligations. This way you will avoid any, albeit unintentional, illicit activity. Don’t worry, we’ll explain everything you need to know about director’s loan accounts with as little waffle or jargon as possible.