Day-to-day business

Day-to-day business matters are where many small business owners can get caught out. These guides will help you avoid some easy pitfalls and keep your business running smoothly.

Keeping accounting records – Companies Act 2006

What accounting records do you need to maintain and how frequently should you update them to ensure you remain compliant with the Companies Act 2006 and avoid penalties? Read more…

Company Protection insurance

Any business, large or small, is likely to face the unexpected at some time but you can reduce this risk by planning ahead, giving your company protection for the future. Read more…

Keeping business records for individuals and directors

If you are a UK taxpayer you should keep a record of the tax you pay each year and other records relating to your income and outgoings. Read more…

Keeping business records for the self-employed

If you are self-employed you must keep business records such as your accounts, evidence of tax that has been paid and other records relating to your income and outgoings. Read more…

Keeping business records for partners and partnerships

As a member of a business partnership, you are taxed on your share of the business profits so you must keep accurate records. You should keep your business and personal records separate. Read more…

How to avoid having accounts rejected by Companies House

The majority of Companies House rejections are due to simple errors or omissions but the impact on the company can be severe. Read more…

Staying on top of your cashflow

Good cashflow management is essential for any business. Here are our top ten tips. Read more…

Avoiding mistakes on your P11D forms

9 errors to avoid to ensure you complete your P11D forms correctly. Read more…

Fuel advisory rates

The latest company car advisory fuel rates. Read more…