Is the choice between outsourcing accounts and keeping them in-house really just a case of do-it-yourself or sign it over lock, stock and barrel?
Once upon a time, pricing products and services was comparatively easy. But now, making sure you’re giving the right price involves a lot more thought
With the arrival of the second trough in the double dip recession, the number of shareholders actioning their exit plans has dropped by almost half
While giving away equity at cut-rate prices might seem like the last thing a business would want to do, share incentive schemes are one way of motivating staff
In the early days of a start-up, most entrepreneurs are concerned with finding money to put in, not how much they can take out. But, at some point, the unspoken question of salary begins to loom
There’s a growing trend among SMEs to forsake a full-time finance director and instead to hire a part-time one. This might be a good idea for many firms strapped for cash, but in need of expert help
You’ve seen your business through the recession, but now perhaps fancy a new challenge. Clive Lewis, ICAEW’s head of enterprise, is here to offer advice on how to get shot of your business
With many people thinking about summer holidays, the deadline for self-assessment in the depths of winter seems a long way off.