Tax time is fast approaching—it’s important to do your homework and know exactly what tax deductions you can claim.
The role of a tax accountant has been continuously changing over the course of the last 50 years, and it is currently undergoing yet another transition period with the growing popularity of cloud accounting.
I recently overlooked a GST bill.
The taxman is not okay with that. He wants his money. And fair enough; I want free healthcare and the other benefits of being a taxpayer.
Are you considering what the legal implications might be for your business if Britain does vote to leave?
Several areas we see businesses concerned with are adjusting business contacts, managing your workforce, and intellectual property rights.
It’s important to realise though that changes will not happen immediately. There will be a period of time when the United Kingdom can negotiate its future relationship with the European Union (EU). The process is regulated by law by Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty.
The 2016/2017 tax year looks set to be another challenging year for small businesses up and down the country as a result of a number of changes in UK payroll that take effect this April.
From Auto Enrolment to the National Living Wage we take a quick look at the top changes facing payroll for the 2016/2017 tax year.
Payroll year end can be stressful when you’re balancing deadlines with normal business tasks and activities.
Chancellor George Osborne announced a tough Summer Budget yesterday in an effort to turn the UK’s whopping £70 billion deficit into surplus. But what does it all mean for UK small businesses?
Xero UK MD Gary Turner shares his thoughts on the pros and cons of this year’s Summer Budget.
The 2015 UK election results are in and the Conservatives are back in charge, this time governing alone. So what does the new government mean for UK small businesses?
Your website or LinkedIn profile will often be the first thing about your company that a prospective client sees, and as we all know, you only get one chance to make a good first impression.