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13th March 2018

What Did The Spring Statement Actually Teach Us?


Philip Hammond technically made history this week by breaking convention and hosting the first ever Spring Statement in place of an official Budget.


There was no iconic photograph of the Chancellor dangling his red briefcase for the cameras outside 11 Downing Street, and this ...

23rd of February 2018

Choosing The Right VAT Scheme For You

If your business sells goods or services, there’s a strong chance you’ll need to register for Value Added Tax (VAT) at some point. Even if you’re not hitting the £85,000 threshold that makes VAT registration compulsory, there are still some benefits to signing up. Namely, claim back the VAT ...

5th of February 2018

Accounting Tips For New Hospitality Ventures


Some hospitality brands shoot for the stars and enjoy years of tremendous success. Some fall flat on their face from the moment they set off. So, what’s the secret? Why do certain start-ups experience greater longevity than others?

Ultimately, a lot of it comes down to being financially prepared. If ...

14th of January 2018

Building A Business Strategy For 2018


For many business owners, the New Year often feels like a welcome breath of fresh air. You’re back at work rejuvenated after an extended break, and there’s a strong whiff of optimism and expectancy in the office atmosphere. Anything could happen over these next 12 months – and ...