July 27, 2017 / 0
In this helpful #FinanceFriday video, d&t chartered accountants James Mitchell and Helen Warren explain HMRC regulations on Motor, Other Business Travel, Using Home as an Office, Entertaining & Gifts, and Clothing expenses. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Have you ever tried rock climbing blindfolded?
The path of running a business is rarely travelled without encountering a few bumps along the way. Without a clear vision, your chances of making it to the top are slim – and a lot more difficult than it needs to be! That’s why a business plan is key.
HMRC today released an update on the Making Tax Digital regulations. (read our original Making Tax Digital blog post here.) The key point in the update is that the Making Tax Digital deadline has been delayed until “at least 2020”. Under the new timetable:
Let’s be honest – nobody starts a business for the love of managing paperwork. Managing your business’s accounts is vital, but it doesn’t have to be take up too much of your business’s time and effort. There is a better way – and it’s much easier and cheaper than you might think.
Cloud accounting software can save you and your business money, time and hassle. Today, there are a wide variety of accounting software packages to choose from – the top players being QuickBooks and Xero. These use the “cloud” – a virtual platform that means your data is stored safely online.
Here’s 5 key reasons why cloud accounting can make a difference to YOUR business.