The thought of being self-employed can be quite daunting. There is a lot you need to think about such as paying your own taxes, the type of business you want to run and budgeting. Keep reading for advice on how to get started with being self-employed.
Keeping good accounting records can seem like a daunting task for any contractor. It can take time to get your records in order and can result in a lot of unnecessary stress. Here are some top tips on how to keep good accounting records.
Bookkeeping and accounting can be an overwhelming task even for the most experienced business owners; however, there are a couple of straightforward strategies that can keep you on top of your financial records.
It can take a lot of time to prepare your accounts, especially if all your bookkeeping is unorganised. Here are some top tips for keeping your bookkeeping organised
As an employee, it is very important to check and understand your tax code. Most of us just assume that our tax code will be correct however sometimes this is not the case. It could mean the difference between paying too much or too little tax.
Making Tax Digital is fast approaching, so it is critical to prepare sooner rather than later. Here is everything you need to know about making tax digital
New Year resolutions are not just limited to your personal lives; they can also be set to make a positive change to your business. Here is a list of top tips to help your small business this New Year.
Everything you need to know about completing your tax return.
If you’re self-employed, you’re responsible for paying tax and National Insurance on your income. In order to work out how much you need you pay, you need to have kept good records throughout the tax year.
The autumn budget was announced today (22 November) with a number of announcements that will affect businesses and first time home buyers. Here are a few key points:
Accountancy can be a great career choice with many benefits. An accountant’s main role is to prepare a business’ accounts, which can then be used to give an overview of their financial status.