HMRC’s announcement that there will be a one-month postponement of the Self Assessment deadline to the end of February has been welcomed with a sigh of relief from businesses across the UK
Juggling finances and trying to call in debts is a struggle for businesses, especially in light of recent events.
The recent wild swings in global currencies have placed currency risk – the risk that margins are squeezed or wiped out by detrimental currency moves
On October 15th the contactless limit on debit and credit cards increased from £45 to £100, helping shoppers to make on-the-go payments more quickly and easily than ever before.
Late payments are the scourge of small businesses. The decades-long crisis causes irreparable damage to a huge number of firms, who are forced to wait to use money they have already earned and invoiced as customers drag their heels.
It’s not been an easy 24 months for small businesses. This may be a huge understatement but it’s a truth that has to be acknowledged.
As the leader of an independent toy-making and delivery business with around 2 billion customers worldwide, Santa Claus is the perfect example of an small and mid-sized (SMB) business success story.
While the onus is always on employers to pay their employees correctly, employees do have a responsibility to check that the details on their payslips are correct. Those that don’t, run the risk of being underpaid or overtaxed.
The news is out – and of all those who help support the UK and Ireland’s vital small businesses, accountants have been named the number one go-to service.
Technology solutions were a salvation to many small businesses at the height of the pandemic.