You’ve grown your business and you’re at the stage where you feel you need an in-house accountant or bookkeeper. Before you pop the advert out and get an influx of CVs, there is another way. And it could save you an average of 50% of the cost of someone in-house.
It’s coming up to a year until we heard that dreaded word uttered for the first time ‘lockdown’. It has been the toughest year for many businesses and individuals yet it has also been a time for reflection and reassessing many things in life and business. People want to work differently and that is OK.
If you have been impacted by the coronavirus and unable to fill in your tax return, HMRC will waive fines for those who file their self-assessment tax return late.
Check out my live interview with BBC broadcaster and communications specialist, Gemma Ray, on business burnout and how we’ve been helping clients to focus on self-care, clarity and planning ahead for beyond 2020.
It’s National Work-Life Balance week, and I think it’s perfectly timed to reflect the change of month, the change of season and change of natural energy stores. I’ve put together my top tips for work-life balance.
The next six months are going to be the toughest some business owners will have ever faced. As the furlough scheme comes to an end and businesses are affected by new restrictions, here’s my guide on how to save your business and jobs.
Looking for your next accountancy adventure and want to do something different? You could be just who we are looking for!
As part of my ‘Coming out of COVID’ series to help business owners feel more prepared post pandemic, this week’s focus is on communication.
Continuing my series on Coming out of COVID, week 3 is all about your reopening strategy.
As part of my ‘Coming out of COVID’ series to help business owners feel more prepared post pandemic, this week’s focus is on cashflow.