Deferred tax is the accumulation of taxes that are not paid or deducted during a current tax period but are instead deferred to future periods. It is calculated on business profits and arises when your company has made an accounting loss for the current year, but expects to make profit in the future. It can […]
Many entrepreneurs start their business as a sole trader, but want to grow and take on more staff. As your company grows, you may find that it makes sense to make the change from being a sole trader to becoming a limited company. You are not alone in this decision, and many businesses incorporate for […]
Many people are confused about the difference between a ‘business’ and a ‘company’. You might even wonder whether there’s any difference at all, or whether the terms can be used interchangeably. We’re here to settle the business vs company debate once and for all. Is there a difference between these terms? In this article, we’ll […]
Amazon.com was founded way back in 1994, and for decades it was known as the internet’s one-stop-shop for buying practically anything you can imagine at an affordable price and having it delivered right to your doorstep. But since the New York Times exposé, which outlined Amazon’s questionable employment practices, Amazon has come under quite a […]
Patrick McCrae, CEO of ARTIQ, one of the UK’s foremost art consultancies explores the subject of office spaces post-lockdown.
Marcus Young is partner and Layla D”Monte is an associate in King & Spalding’s London office, they have co-authored the below piece on what SMEs should expect from the Government’s Future Fund scheme.
Yesterday, Borris Johnson revealed that all non-essential shops can open from June 15th as part of plans to further ease the lockdown.
Multinationals including B&Q and Five Guys are reopening their stores, but do SMEs have the ability to do the same
As most founders will tell you, building a tech platform from the ground up is no easy task. There are challenges coming at you on all sides.
Choosing to live in a commuter town seems like a viable option to cut costs. A recent report from Ideal Flatmate has highlighted the rising prices travellers have to pay.
It takes time and effort to build up a strong brand image in business. After you’ve done the hard work, it’s important to know how to retain it.
The Bank of England may issue its own form of eMoney to compete in a cashless society. But what about privacy?