Thursday, 21 September 2017 23:20

Autumn Budget - 22 November 2017

It’s been announced that the Chancellor’s first Autumn Budget will be on Wednesday 22 November at 12.30pm.
Wednesday, 19 July 2017 03:59

Finding the Extraordinary

Business inspiration from The Ultimate Triathlete 
This was the Chancellor’s first and last Spring Budget, and will be remembered as one to be forgotten, especially if you are an owner-manager or self-employed.
Tuesday, 28 February 2017 09:47

The Budget - 1 week away - what might we see?

The Chancellor, Philip Hammond, presents his first Budget on 8 March. It is the first of two this year, and the last to be held in the Spring. The Budget then moves to the Autumn, so we’ll have a second Budget this year in October/November.
Saturday, 18 February 2017 10:17

Business Rates Highlight Mixed Messages

Many business owners are about to encounter a similar situation to what we found ourselves in seven years ago, at a time when we are already balancing increased costs and competition.  
Wednesday, 04 January 2017 04:31

Facetime is the Game Changer

Significant changes have impacted the business services market recently and more dramatic changes are likely in the near future as a consequence of improvements to the speed and capability of software, the availability of electronic data feeds, increasing efforts from governments to control fiscal reporting and the general lack of relevant commercial and personal skills in the labour market. 
Wednesday, 21 December 2016 06:43

Are you good at writing stories?

When filing an R&D tax claim many people focus on the numbers: resource allocation to the project, material costs involved, percentages of utilities and technology.  What we have found is the area most neglected is often the claim's downfall....the narrative. 
Tuesday, 13 December 2016 05:37

We're Hiring

If you're experienced and enthusiastic, we want you! 
Monday, 05 December 2016 11:21

The Politicians Need to Get Out of the Way

To some, the EU has become a bi-word for some pretty unhealthy things: waste, unnecessary regulation, bureaucracy, and blatant self-interest to name but a few. The original good intentions to free up trade and encourage better relations amongst member countries have been hi-jacked by bloated hangers on.
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