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Business tips and advice for small businesses

Our blog is designed to provide you with expert advice that is easy to digest; sharing interesting nuggets of news and business tips to keep you up to date with new legislation and opinion, which relates to your business. 

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We even have guest blogs from other local small business experts, offering their help and advice in a variety of small business areas.

Our latest blog

by Carole Jordan 20 Nov, 2017

In response to a request from one of our readers I’m going to address losses, which occur in a business on a regular basis for a variety of reasons.

by Carole Jordan 13 Nov, 2017

There are proposals to reduce the VAT registration limit to capture more small businesses and increase tax revenue. 55% of small businesses are below the VAT threshold. Find out how you could be effected.

by Carole Jordan 06 Nov, 2017
It's time for the final part of our business story blog series! This week we're talking about what the equity on your balance sheet means for your business.
by Carole Jordan 30 Oct, 2017

Time for part 3 of your business story blog series! This time we'll be talking about the result of your profit and loss account - the balance sheet!

by Carole Jordan 23 Oct, 2017

This is a series of blogs to help you understand and analyse your business by understanding your accounts better. This week we're talking overheads and what your net profit figure means.

by Carole Jordan 12 Oct, 2017

This is the first in our series of blogs designed to help you better understand your business accounts. We’re kicking things off with the profit & loss report!

by Carole Jordan 09 Oct, 2017

Taking on your first employee can be an exciting time but there are some responsibilities you need to be aware of. One of them is compulsory pensions these are your auto-enrolment responsibilities. Find out what this means below.

by Carole Jordan 02 Oct, 2017

This is the second most popular question from business owners. This sounds like a simple question but the answer is complex and involves many aspects to consider. The answers will depend on the make of the car, the tax position of the owner, their business and the method of ownership.

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