You might have a vision board for your life, dreams and business goals for 2020 but do you have a solid plan for your business finances?
“No accountant has ever asked me that question before!” exclaimed a new client we met with this month. It was a pretty life changing question to ask and got us wondering – are you getting the right advice from your accountant?
Four years worth of HMRC fines and letters had built to a staggering £5,000 and Cherry self confesses that she was “burying her head in the sand.”
With our help, within a couple of months Cherry’s whole life turned around. Watch her testimonial video and read her story here.
So it is that time of year when yes we might still be in a post-Christmas carb coma, but we also get excited about new goals and plans for the year ahead.
This year, in 2020 it is also a new decade and what better time to start planning your financial resolutions?
It’s the first week of January which can only mean one thing… sole traders and small businesses unite in panic to get together a year’s worth of receipts, check PayPal, Amazon, and tick any other purchases off a big daunting spreadsheet ready to submit their tax return.
There has been a rise in the number of different telephone, text and letter scams by fraudsters pretending to be HMRC. As we approach self-assessment time, it is more important than ever to protect yourself by being aware of the facts. Read our latest advice here.
The world of work is changing and 2019 was a big change for us at Insight Finance Solutions. A lot has happened in a year and we love reflecting back on the highs and the lessons of the last year.
This month at Insight Finance Solutions has been all about unfolding the new Float app and integration with Xero to our valued clients. Have a read of our review of the Float Cashflow Forecasting app here.
Insight Finance Solutions client, Wendy McGovern has owned her Pilates business for 16 years and her coaching business for the last 5 years. Chatting with Wendy on our recent monthly money call she revealed something really important – this is the FIRST YEAR for as long as she can remember that she has not been stressed and worried about her finances as we approach the Christmas period.