Business Records: A Guide for New E-commerce Owners
While recordkeeping can be challenging, having clear records of your employees, expenses, income, accounts and tax documents can help you monitor your company's progress and give you peace of mind.
Things To Know Before Renting Office Space in the UK
As a business owner, having your own space to run your business can be an exciting thought. However, renting your own office space is a huge decision, and one that requires much consideration and planning before implementation.
Invoice Best Practice for SMBs in the UK
In this article we’ll unpack some best practice tips to help you improve your invoicing and streamline your biz to take the pressure off your cash flow. Take a look.
Tips To Maintain a Compliance Calendar
The repercussions of missing crucial deadlines extend beyond non-compliance and can even include hefty fines, lost revenues and opportunities, as well as decreased productivity.
How To Choose a Company Name for First Time Business Owners
If you’re setting up a company in the UK, one of the first steps to get your business up and running is to choose a name for your company. A company’s name and logo determines how your potential customers and partners view your company.
What Are Directors' Duties In The UK?
We bring you through what kind of directors there are, who can become a company director, a director’s duties and what the role entails.
A Guide to Opening Your First Business Bank Account in the UK
If you are a small business owner, you are not required legally to have a corporate bank account. However, opening your corporate bank account has its advantages and can help you keep your accounts clean.
What to Do If You Want To Change Your Financial Year End Date
Most business owners choose their financial year-end date based on the tax year, which runs from 6 April to 5 April of the following year. There is no hard rule that you have to use a stipulated year-end date. You have the power to choose any other date for your business year-end.
10 Steps To Prepare For Fundraising From a Venture Capitalist
The most difficult part of starting your own business can be raising capital. For practical tips, we asked Jason Edwards of VentureCap Insight. He’s seen many startups ask for money from his experience as a venture capitalist.