Selling a business can be one of the most important and financially rewarding events in your working life. Understanding exactly what buyers are looking for in a company allows you to plan and execute the sale efficiently, making it more attractive to potential buyers and maximising its value. Read More
The trivial benefits in kind (BiK) regime came into effect in April 2016. This statutory exemption applies to small non-cash benefits like a bottle of wine or a bouquet of flowers given occasionally to employees or any other benefit in kind classed as ‘trivial’ that falls within the exemption.
Early on Tuesday 7th June 2017, the d&t Hub in Swindon was already buzzing, filled with MDs, directors, partners, business owners and senior managers. It was the d&t Sterling Boardrooms taster event, and the conversation was flowing fast! Read More
Running a small business often means money is tight, says Carl Reader, partner at d&t chartered accountants, author of The Start Up Coach and business expert.
As with any business, money must be looked after carefully – there’s no room for wastage. Tax is always going to be an inevitable outgoing, but if you run a small business, there are plenty of ways that you can save some money on your tax bill – and do this legally.
When you’re running your own business, it’s inevitable that you will end up wearing a lot of different “hats” and taking on a range of different roles within the business. If you’re an entrepreneur who wants to ensure the continual success of your business, it’s worth considering an accountant for professional advice and assistance when it comes to your business’s finances. It could be the best investment you ever make for your business.