UK chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng has unveiled what he claims are the biggest tax cuts of a generation. So how will this impact small businesses? Do we finally have a Conservative government doing conservative things?? And are we about to see a palace coup???
So you’ve set up in business, you’re making money and everything is good. But have you thought about having your own limited company? There are several advantages of a limited company and in this article we’ll chat about some of the basics.
I’m not going to get in to the politics of Brexit – far too busy for that. Like it or not though this is history in the making and it’s very likely to have an impact on your small business. I thought it would be interesting to put together a consolidated timeline of events. An impartial version of the story of Brexit… so far.
At the time of writing we’re approaching the start of the 2020’s. Physical cash is dead. Everyone wants to pay by credit card or contactless technologies. It’s more professional and it means you no longer need to be an unpaid credit facility for your customers. Money can circulate around your business faster and this can massively promote growth, especially in the early days of self employment. In this article we’re asking the question, is cash finally dead?
I worked in the IT industry for a long time, eventually running the cloud computing division for a relatively large IT company. I can tell you with absolute certainty and from first hand experience that we’re sleepwalking in to a situation that will be massively detrimental to small businesses. If your business relies on software of ANY kind, which is essentially everyone, then this article is relevant to you. It’s your duty as a business owner to understand these issues and plan ahead accordingly.
Sometimes being self employed can fee like you’re the only person on the planet who works by themselves. Let’s take a look at the self employment landscape in the UK in 2018.