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Setting up a UK company could not be easier. The cost of setting up a company with a default Memorandum and Articles of Association (the “constitution” for a UK company) is nominal.Read more

By taking some simple measures throughout the year, you can ensure that your annual audit is as seamless and effortless as possible.Read more

Choosing the correct business vehicle can make a lot of difference in a variety of ways. The choice of vehicle is usually between a limited company and an LLP. Read more

Having a roadmap is always useful. We can set ourselves as much as we like, but we will never, any of us, remain in business forever.Read more

It all really depends on how prepared you are. The key to selling your business is preparing to sell your business. Have a story to tell.Read more

Experience and research has demonstrated that, in the modern environment not only do staff respond to incentives but, they actually attach a value to the way they are treated.Read more

This is the question we are commonly asked, and we have held a series of seminars concerning the subject. Every business is unique. There is no magic formula which can be applied to every business, rendering it more valuable.Read more

Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) is a government scheme to attract investment into smaller companies. The main benefits of EIS are:Read more

The right investment for you will depend entirely on the type of business that you have, your own ambitions and intentions, the reasons for raising the finance, and the sources of finance currently in use.Read more

Robust accounting procedures will give you the information you need, when you need it.Read more

Many entrepreneurs use spread sheets to record their transactions. These can work in the simplest of situations...Read more

Despite the increase in company car tax rates in recent years, there are now many incentives for business owners to run low emission vehicles through their companies and take advantage of the reduced tax rates on offer.Read more

The remuneration of many directors and employees is made up of more than just a basic salary. This factsheet gives guidance on some of the main types of benefits and expenses which may have taxation implications.Read more

SEIS is designed to help small, early-stage trading companies to raise finance by offering a range of tax reliefs to investors purchasing new shares in those companies.Read more

EMI has been designed to be particularly attractive to small and medium sized companies to enable them to reward and motivate key employees in the form of share options.Read more

EIS is designed to help smaller trading companies to raise finance by offering a range of tax reliefs to investors purchasing new shares in those companies.Read more

The general rule is that you should be cautious about buying capital assets inside a company. Read more