Set your business goals for 2022

The beginning of a new calendar year is an excellent time to review the year just finished and reflect on what worked, what didn’t, what you’d like to change and …

Save tax on your Asset Purchases

Generally speaking, the business expenses you incur are allowable against your profits. But when it comes to fixed asset purchases (things like machinery, equipment or vehicles), these purchases are treated …

Does your business data make sense?

Raw data describes the facts and figures that a business processes every day. Over time, every business hoards a certain amount of data and it only becomes meaningful to a …

How to boost your Revenue

For your business to make money, you need to generate revenue. You produce revenue through your usual business activity, by making sales, getting your invoices paid, or taking cash from …

2021 Budget Update

As a business community, we’ve endured 18 months of unprecedented challenges to get through the ongoing pandemic. And when you factor in the additional impacts of Brexit, supply chain issues …

VAT for Small Businesses Explained

Value-add tax (VAT) is a consumption tax that’s levied on goods that have had value added at each stage of the supply chain. Most businesses with annual sales of £85,000 …