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Archive for the ‘Cash flow’ Category

How ‘Forgotten’ Tax Deductions Can Put More Money into Your Business

Congratulations! After years of planning, blood sweat and tears, you’ve finally set up your own business. You’ve put thought into your company name, branding, website and staffing. But what about tax savings? Here are some tax breaks that could free up money to put back into your business: Annual Investment Allowance (AIA) You can claim[...] Read more »

Increased Tax for Landlords

Increased tax for landlords will start to hit home this year now that, from 6th April 2017 -to April 2020, HMRC are progressively reducing the deduction for finance costs to the point that you will only be able to deduct 20% of the cost from their personal tax liability. Higher and additional rate tax payers[...] Read more »

Things to consider when investing in plant or equipment

Business owners may be considering their options for investment in new equipment especially if their trading year end is March, as is often the case. There are a number of considerations: 1. Cash flow, can the business afford the cost or fund loan or other financing arrangements? 2. Will the new equipment make a positive[...] Read more »

Start-up costs

One of the most crucial parts to planning your new business is working out how much money you need to launch your business. Only then can you think about how you’re going to raise it. Providing it doesn’t get in your way of being able to operate effectively, keep your start-up costs to a minimum.[...] Read more »

Six Ways To Get Invoices Paid Faster Using Xero

No one likes late payments from their customers. Late payments have a negative impact on cash flow. Chasing customers for payment takes up precious time you rarely have. Prevention is better than cure when it comes to getting your invoices paid on time. Here are six tips to getting your invoices paid quickly. 1. Invoice[...] Read more »

3 Hidden Costs Of Running A Business

When it comes to running a business, there are the things you budget for: your employees’ salaries, your rent and your investments, among other things. But there are always hidden costs that catch you off-guard. Here are some of the most important ones you need to think about to help you budget. Employee turnover One[...] Read more »

How SMEs Can Afford To Cash-In On Manchester’s Building Boom

By Glyn Jones, Regional Director, Ultimate Finance If you live or work in central Manchester you won’t need to be told that construction has returned to pre-recession levels. The skyline is a mass of cranes and it’s hard to find a street where there is no building work. The city is obviously in the grip[...] Read more »

Is your Business experiencing financial difficulties? Here are 7 positive actions you can take.

              Any business can find itself facing financial challenges. Temporary cash-flow problems either due to slow paying customers or as a result of changes in the businesses market conditions are not unusual.   So, what can be done?   Improve cash collection It’s a fine line between upsetting a[...] Read more »


 

 

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