With government research indicating that one third of payments to small businesses are late, we take a look at the latest initiatives designed to encourage prompt payment. The Small Business Commissioner The government estimates that 20% of small businesses in the UK have encountered cashflow issues as a direct result of late payments. Were small … Continue reading Handling Late Payments
There is often plenty of help and advice available for start-ups, but for businesses that have entered a 'scale-up' phase of rapid growth, success can bring a new set of challenges. If you have ambitions for your business to achieve scale, there are a number of key areas that raise unique challenges, and which may … Continue reading Scaling Your Business – Identify and Meet the Challenges
After our first very successful event of the year held in January, we are now well into 2017 and preparing to welcome our Landlords to our next FREE forum on Wednesday 29th March between 6pm and 8pm at The Parkway Hotel and Spa. We are continuing to provide a broad range of speakers who can … Continue reading Gwent Landlord Forum – 29 March 2017
In recent months there has been news of large corporations and even football clubs falling into liquidation, with many jobs lost and well known household names disappearing. However, the situation is not restricted to prominent companies, with millions of pounds passing through their bank accounts. Any company, of any size, can drift into insolvency. If your … Continue reading How healthy is your company?
Businesses often wish vat was paid monthly instead of quarterly. You want to know it’s paid, so you can forget about ensuring to save enough to pay the vat when it’s submitted. This scheme might be the answer for you! With the annual accounting scheme you have the following benefits:- You complete just ONE vat … Continue reading Using the annual accounting scheme for vat to manage your cashflow