I am very please to announce that I will be working with a couple of freelance bookkeepers in order to offer an expanded service. As a freelancer, my priority is to provide a more personal accounting service which is flexible and available for clients. By working with these experienced bookkeepers, I am able to offer more points of contact and a more in depth bookkeeping service while still having continuity of service through to the accounting. Also we now have England and Scotland covered.Read More
One of the most common questions I see on facebook groups (and from clients) is how to pay yourself as a limited company director or what are the advantages of becoming a limited company? As ever with these sort of questions, there is not a one size fits all answer. However, I thought it would be helpful to write a post that addresses the general principles involved.Read More
As the Self Assessment deadline is approaching I thought I would write a blog post on the dates you need to be aware of for the tax year 2018/19 (6th April 2018 - 5th April 2019) .Read More
Initially the government is rolling this out to businesses that have a turnover of above £85,000(i.e above the VAT threshold). What this means is that, if you are VAT registered, you will need to keep all your VAT records in digital format. The start date for this change is April 2019.Read More
Starting a business is both exciting and terrifying. Having recently set-up my business I can vouch for that!
You want to get straight on to building your client base, selling more products or services. But then you blood runs cold when you think “Wait a minute, what about legal requirements? How do I set-up a website, how do I run my finances, what systems will I need?…….”. It is certainly a learning curve. Fortunately, there is a lot of information out there to help on each item. But how do you know where to start?Read More