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As a director, have you ever considered taking a loan from your company? If so, it’s important to be aware of the potential risks associated with an overdrawn director’s loan account (ODLA). What ...
Selling a business in the UK can be an exciting journey for those looking for opportunities to expand their portfolio. From securing the best deal to navigating complex tax laws and regulations, it's ...
We are in the early part of a new year and for many, it is a time when you may be considering a change of direction by setting up your own business. There ...
As a new business owner, you may feel you can manage your workload single-handedly. However, this will not always be the case. As your business grows and evolves, you will eventually need an ...
The cost-of-living crisis can be a challenging time for businesses, with many additional costs being added to business expenses. As a result of this, many business owners are faced with difficulty including staffing ...
The 2021 to 2022 tax year saw a considerable amount of people aged 65 and over filing a tax return. A report released by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) revealed that 16 per ...
There are many reasons for changing how a business operates which may include changing relationships between business and customers. As online trading grows exponentially, businesses are also pursuing new economic activities in virtual ...
Taxpayers have been warned that they could face a penalty after HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) said 5.7 million were still to file their Self-Assessment returns. The deadline for filing is 31 January ...
During the cost-of-living crisis, you may be feeling concerned about the cash flow of your business. As a business owner, cash flow issues can be one of the most crippling problems your business ...
With the UK’s hospitality and tourism sectors continuing to evolve, the pandemic and cost-of-living crisis have played a big role. For example, whilst looking for an alternative to holiday destinations abroad, many people  ...
As the cost-of-living crisis continues, your business might be looking for ways to cope with soaring energy bills and interest rates. If you’re thinking about using your business’s savings to stay afloat, you’re ...
More than 22,000 taxpayers went online over Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day to complete their Self-Assessment tax return. As millions enjoyed Christmas festivities this year, 3,275 people filed their tax returns ...