What help is available for small businesses, gig workers, and the self-employed affected by coronavirus (COVID-19)?
The government has announced financial measures to support businesses through the Covid-19 emergency. There's support for certain employees, businesses and self-employed.
Receiving a gift from your employer is a great feeling, but in the workplace the employer needs to be aware of whether or not they need to pay tax on the present. Here are some helpful examples for small businesses.
If you don’t file your Self Assessment and pay any tax due by 31st January deadline you’ll face fines – and potential extra penalties. Here's all the info.
There are many different tax rates in the UK affecting both individuals and businesses - we've pulled them all together so you can keep on top of them.
The government have announced the Job Support Scheme to protect viable jobs in businesses who face lower demand over the winter months due to COVID-19.
New to contracting or freelancing? Struggling with filing your first Self Assessment? Our quick guide goes over the basics of what you should do.
A Self Assessment tax return is one of the most significant tax documents you’ll be dealing with when you’re self-employed. Here's what you need to know.
The Coronavirus Business Bounce Back Scheme is designed to provide quick access to cash . We've put together this guide to help you make a claim
Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced the government’s Winter Economy Plan to support businesses through the winter during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
We've put together this guide to help you make a claim on the government's Self-Employment Income Support Scheme aimed at sole traders and partnerships.
HMRC launched its online claim service and portal for the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme on 20th April 2020. Our guide explains how to make a claim.
Payment on account is not something that is widely known about among people who have never been part of the Self Assessment system. Learn more now!
If you’re in the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) and VAT registered, HMRC are changing how you account for VAT from 1st October 2019.
Capital Gains Tax comes into play when you make a profit from selling something you own. The important point to remember is that the tax is calculated on the profit you make, and not the amount you sold it for. As the name suggests, it’s all about the gain! Here's a quick breakdown of what you need to know.
Is your accountant better at invoicing you than looking after your accounts? Here are the top five signs you need a new accountant.