For business owners, whether they are partners, sole traders or company directors*, incapacity (even if only temporary) can have a major impact on the business’ finances – suppliers might not be paid, stock not purchased, or invoices chased.
Who would be authorised to control the business account?
You might think you could rely on your family or employees to deal with the…Continue
Added by Richard Hayes on May 30, 2018 at 14:01 — No Comments
If you have made a will you have definitely done the right thing. But if you made the will before April 2017 it’s highly likely to be out of date.
Changes to the rules surrounding the taxation of an individual’s estate came in to force last year which mean that the value that can be passed to direct descendants will gradually increase.
Until April 2017 the amount that could pass ‘zero rated’ for inheritance tax (IHT) was £325,000 per person, this is known as the Nil Rate Band (NRB).…
Added by Richard Hayes on April 12, 2018 at 12:13 — No Comments
Can anyone recommend a suitable and reasonably priced venue in the Maidenhead/East Berks area for a breakfast seminar in February?
- seating around 20 delegates
- good parking
- light catering facilities
- large flat screen tv
Thanks in advance
Added by Richard Hayes on January 22, 2018 at 11:46 — No Comments
To register your interest or attendance.
So are the refreshments........
See you there.
Added by Richard Hayes on January 16, 2018 at 14:18 — No Comments
It's often the case that bigger companies recruit and retain their staff by offering additional benefits such as private medical or dental cover.
Historically smaller enterprises were excluded from offering benefits to their staff because they didn't meet eligibility criteria (i.e. staff numbers were below 20 or so) or they simply didn't have the time & expertise to research the market.
Professional advisers such as accountants understandably take the view that it is…Continue