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The importance of estate planning

There are many advantages to developing a plan for what will happen to your assets after you pass away. The most essential being to ensure your assets will be inherited by the people you intend.

How to solve your cash flow issues

One of the main reasons start-ups fail is because of cash flow issues. The focus is wrongly put upon making profit rather than managing cash-flow.

Cloud accounting is the future

Things are moving forward, digital technology is making accounting processing easier and faster. Cloud accounting is the future, imagine such a thing as automated invoice reminders!

Tax Planning – Tips to help you save on your personal taxes

The UK tax system has a variety of specifications and guidelines that should be followed strictly as deviation can result in serious penalties.

IR35 changes for public sector contractors

Important changes to public sector contractors working under IR35 legislation have taken effect for 2017/18.

Employee benefits may not be what they seem

Most employees are offered a range benefits from their employers. There is a huge variety of employee benefits, all with different tax and national insurance (NI) implications

Businesses are missing out on opportunities due to a shortage of funding

Businesses are missing out on opportunities due to a shortage of funding, research suggests a fifth of SME's have missed out on a least one business opportunity...

What Making Tax Digital means for you

You should have already heard that the UK’s income tax system as we have known it for many many years is about to change.

A business is only as good as its employees

The old adage that a business is only as good as its employees is an important one to remember when it comes to insurance.

Could you benefit from changes to inheritance tax?

IHT is payable if a person's estate (their property, money and possessions) is valued at more than the nil-rate band when they die. The current nil-rate band has been set at £325,000 since 2009. Anything that exceeds this is taxed at 40%.