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As with your personal credit rating, your business credit rating should be something you consider regularly. A poor credit rating could impact your ability to raise finance, the credit terms you’re offered, or even the suppliers that will deal with you.Read more
Did you know that whilst most believe that 45% is the highest rate -, there is actually a quirk in the system that means that those with an income between £100k and £125k fall prey to a 60% tax rate!Read more
Overtrading is a problem which can affect any business but is most common in recent start-ups and rapidly expanding businesses.Read more
All charities benefit from a number of financial advantages, including exemptions from income or corporation tax on some types of income; capital gains tax stamp duty and inheritance tax on gifts made in wills.Read more
It may be possible for your business to use the flat rate scheme for VAT and to calculate your VAT as a percentage of your total VAT-inclusive turnover. The actual percentage you use depends on your type of business.Read more