With the UK slowly easing to recovery and with the support measures coming to an end, many business owners and self-employed individuals that received support from the Government during the pandemic are now looking to find out the long and short term implications of receiving these loans or grants.
Are you an established business or have you just set up and started to trade? Whatever the case, it is important to understand what expenses you can and cannot claim in order to maximise the tax relief that is available to you.
Tax Returns, also known as self-assessments for the April 2020 to April 2021 tax year are due to be filed and paid on or before the 31st January 2022. Every year we come across self-employed individuals who are scrambling at the last minute to prepare and file their tax returns, which can be stressful and […]
An important decision at some point for every sole trader is whether to incorporate the business and when does it make sense to do it. Some business owners decide to set up as a Limited Company from the start while others start off as a Sole Trade and either remain this way or make the […]
Your dream of becoming your own boss and running your own business has now become a reality but you have no idea of the process when it comes to registering your business or whether you should set up as a Sole trader or a Limited Company? Accounting makes you frustrated?