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Coronavirus Business Interruption Lending Scheme

CBILS Loans

The Government’s Coronavirus Business Interruption Lending Scheme (CBILS) is now live and we can apply on your behalf for a loan if your business has been impacted by Covid-19. The high-level eligibility criteria are: Be UK-based in its business activity, with annual turnover of no more than £45m Have a borrowing proposal which, were it …

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Making Tax Digital – What does it mean for your business?

Making Tax Digital – What does it mean for your business? (Part 2)

In the first part of this article we looked at some of the basics of Making Tax Digital, the new UK government initiative that will see an end to paper tax returns. Here we delve deeper into how the initiative will actually affect your business and how you deal with your tax obligations. How will your business tax …

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How to Win in the Game of Business: Lead vs Lag Indicators

Guide to increasing your business leads The principles behind winning in business and winning in sport are similar in many ways. Take Rugby, for example. If you’ve ever watched a match on television, you’ll know that along with all the hitting, running and grunting there are a lot of numbers involved. And we’re not just …

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Making Tax Digital – What does it mean for your business?

Making Tax Digital – What does it mean for your business? (Part 1)

Something’s coming to all self-employed professionals and limited companies across the UK that you need to know about. It’s called Making Tax Digital, and it’s set to revolutionise the way you do your business tax returns. But, for the average tradesman we encounter, it could turn into a nightmare. In this two-part post, we’ll look at …

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Attention tradesmen: 5 ways you can avoid a nasty tax letter from HMRC

Five ways you can stay in the HMRC’s good books, and avoid the dreaded ‘brown letter’ Like most tradesmen, filing your tax return and/or confirmation statement is probably the last thing on your mind. You may not even know what your legal options are. But who has time for stuff like that when you’re busy …

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