Starting out on a new business endeavour can be overwhelming but it doesn’t have to be that way! Partnering up with the right people can help you find your flow and move in the right direction. Starting a new business should be thrilling, even if there is an element of risk involved. Whatever questions you have, we’ve either got the answers or we know who does. Feel free to reach out - it will be the best decision you can make!
Bookkeeping is more than just data entry, it’s the blueprint for your business, and needs to be approached with that mindset. Yes, it can be time consuming and it’s certainly not the most exciting part of your business, but only when you have clear and accurate bookkeeping in place can you start to decipher the information to influence real life decisions.
VAT is something that we’re probably all aware of, but how many of us really understand the ins and outs of it? As an SME founder, understanding the relationship between VAT and your business is important to ensure you’re saving as much money as possible and fulfilling your legal obligations. You’d be forgiven for feeling overwhelmed by all the information out there around VAT, so we’ve broken down some of the top questions we get to help you out.
If you’re looking for young, hungry and talented individuals to help push your business forward, an apprentice might be the answer. Indeed, figures released by the Department of Education earlier this year show a 10% increase in apprenticeship starts between August 2018 and January 2019.
Whether you’re looking to make a first hire or expand your existing team, recruiting a new employee is a big deal. A well-defined hiring process will save you money, minimise time spent on interviews and most importantly increase your chances of getting the right person in.
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