If you are a business owner, you need to consider what to take in salary or in dividends.
With a new year upon us, you may be considering a new start by setting up your own business.
The cost-of-living crisis can be a challenging time for businesses, with many additional costs being added to business expenses.
The 2021 to 2022 tax year saw a considerable amount of people aged 65 and over filing a tax return.
There are many reasons for changing how a business operates which may include changing relationships between business and customers. As online trading grows exponentially, businesses are also pursuing new economic activities in virtual markets.
During the cost-of-living crisis, you may be feeling concerned about the cash flow of your business.
Taxpayers have been warned that they could face a penalty after HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) said 5.7 million were still to file their Self-Assessment returns.
With the UK’s hospitality and tourism sectors continuing to evolve, the pandemic and cost-of-living crisis have played a big role.