Spring Budget 2021 – Budget Brochure

Spring Budget 2021 – Budget Brochure

It’s hard to believe Rishi Sunak has only been in office for a little over a year given what the Chancellor has had on his plate over the last 12 months. At lunchtime on 3rd March 2021 he delivered his second budget announcement, the first following the Coronavirus...
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Business Interruption Loan Scheme Guidance

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Business Interruption Loan Scheme Guidance

Further to our Government Support guide the British Business Bank have now issued their guidance as to eligibility criteria for businesses wishing to access the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) as follows: The British Business Bank qualifying...
To VAT or not to VAT, that is the question

To VAT or not to VAT, that is the question

For smaller businesses and sole traders, VAT can be complicated issue. Knowing when is right, or required, to register can be difficult. When does a business need to register for VAT? A business must register for VAT when its taxable turnover exceeds the VAT...
Small Business Guide: Sole Trader vs Limited Company

Small Business Guide: Sole Trader vs Limited Company

You have decided to take the big leap of faith and start your own business, the next question is how this should be structured. Should you trade in your personal name or through a limited company? Follow the link below to read our guide on the key accounting and tax...
Open Banking and how this impacts Xero

Open Banking and how this impacts Xero

New EU standards, due to take effect from 14 September 2019, will change the way some banks connect to Xero. To comply with the new requirements, many of Xero’s bank feeds will be replaced by new direct feeds using Open Banking. What is Open Banking? Open Banking...