Subtle changes in the approach being taken at HMRC could cause more UK SMEs to get into cash flow difficulties, explains Simon Underwood, a business recovery partner at accountancy firm Menzies LLP.
Britain’s employers are willing to pay three per cent more for staff members than they were last year, as revealed in a study that has listed the five cities and five sectors in the country that pay the most.
At what point should you consider incorporating as a limited company
Successful SME owners are passionate about their business but rarely about the administration needed to support it. Doing accounts must be one of the least appealing jobs.
With SMEs across the globe facing many of the same issues we do here in the UK, Real Business scoured the world to find out which nations were far more alike than we once thought.
Having announced a new apprenticeship programme fusing accounting and football coaching in May, London-based team Chelsea hopes the recent success of the English at the women’s World Cup in Canada will boost applications when the initiative begins over the summer.
Since its launch in 1999, Danbro has continued to grow at an impressive rate, currently employing just under 200 members of staff. The company, which offers specialist accountancy and payroll services to thousands of contractors, credits its development to its “dedicated, professional and hardworking team”.
Sharron Gunn, executive director of ICAEW, discusses breaking the accountancy glass ceiling.
Dragon’s Den always ask about the figures – so should you. Whatever stage your business is at, understanding the figures is the key to making a success of your business.
It isn't easy to find the perfect accountant for your business, but follow these nine tips and you'll be halfway there.
The difficulty most entrepreneurs face is that so much is unknown. Having never been there before it’s always difficult, but every new business owner would be advised to ask themselves these six searching questions.
Chris Blundell explains what you need to know to prepare you business for it.