Archive for the ‘Financial Planning’ Category

If you are looking to start a business, one of the most critical components of your business plan is likely to be acquiring sufficient funding to carry you from inception to your first sales and profits.

Problems can sometimes occur when a business has charged the taxes to the end customer but has not paid over the taxes to the authorities. Also the business may need to pay over taxes from employing people.

Thankfully, the alternative finance market has reacted incredibly but SMEs need to be aware of the alternative business funding options which do not include the term, “bank overdraft”.

Despite fears that online shopping will kill businesses, for the smartest SMEs integration between the two offers a way to get ahead of the competition.

There are basically two choices when it comes to payroll. To keep it in-house or to outsource it – this is a question that many managers deliberate over.

When purchasing your fleet cars it is important to understand how tax can affect your choices.

Mark Halliday the CEO of CBDS answers some questions about what motivated his location of these two solutions and how they work for his clients benefit.

Managing personal finances is the biggest challenge at times when you are really pressed to save for future. Here are some tips and tricks on that!

Despite the decline in business insolvencies over past year, restaurants like Café Rouge continue to suffer.

When you are setting up your new business it is understandable that a number of suppliers might be worried that you will not be able to pay them if things go wrong. Consequently, they may ask you for a personal guarantee against any loss.