Our weekly round-up of essential reading for those running and working in Owner Managed Business, Creative agencies and Estate Agencies. Business reacts to interest rate rise. The interest rate rise of 0.25% has received a mixed response from business with some areas welcoming the increase as a measure to rising prices, others concerned on the impact on the economy which remains sluggish because of Brexit uncertainty.
Our weekly round-up of essential reading for those running and working in an Owner Managed Business, Creative agency or Estate Agency.Cash is just grief. This article in the Guardian talks about the trend in the retail and hospitality industry to move away from cash. Fintech companies such as iZettle enable businesses to take card payments without the long contracts and high fees that the more established ‘merchant services’ providers have previously historically insisted on.
Our weekly round-up of essential reading for those running and working in Owner Managed Business, Creative agencies and Estate Agencies. HMRC recently announced its long-awaited consultation on extending off-payroll working reform to the private sector. Here's what contractors, and employers of contractors, need to know...
Introducing our weekly round-up of essential reading for business owners. Recently, when asked what one piece of advice I would give to an accounting firm looking to go digital, my answer was to take full advantage of all the great information out there on the web. There are so many useful websites with great videos and blogs talking about how to go about doing this.
Do you struggle to manage your bookkeeping? Putting it off for another day? Is your desk disappearing under a pile of receipts and invoices? If this sounds all too familiar then these top 5 tips from de Jong Phillips should help you get back on track:
Chancellor Philip Hammond has presented his first Spring Statement, with something of a Spring in his step. Responding to the latest economic forecasts from the Office for Budget Responsibility, Mr Hammond revealed that the economy is expected to grow at the faster rate of 1.5% in 2018 compared with the 1.4% forecast iin the Autumn Budget.