One good way to focus on tax savings this year is to ensure you have a tax plan. Unless you specifically plan to save it is very unlikely to happen.
With less than 60 days to go for submitting a self assessment tax return, many self-employed people in the UK are not taking advantage of an allowance that could help them pay less tax.
It’s dubbed the silent killer – and this is enough for some businesses to really start to worry. In short, cashflow problems are a serious issue and are one of the main reasons why so many companies struggle.
Financial markets trading is growing in popularity in all corners of the globe in recent years and it is likely you will know someone who has embarked upon their journey.
SMEs are potentially missing out on a golden opportunity to financially benefit from their intellectual property.
With the Self Assessment deadline less than a month away, a lifeline has been handed to struggling businesses and sole traders who are yet to complete their tax returns.
The first thing on any business’ New Year’s to do list is getting their finances organised for the upcoming year.
Employers planning a staff Christmas party risk tax demands because of increasing entertaining during the rest of the year.