So you’ve started a new business. Great! Now it’s time to learn about what taxes you must pay and when you must file your returns or you could face penalties, surcharges and interest payments.
Please note that this information applies to Limited Companies, not to sole traders. Continue reading
We asked our friends over at FreeAgent seven common(ish) questions about the Limited by Guarantee (LBG) company structure – a structure commonly favoured by charities. Take a look, and remember to get in touch if you’re interested in incorporating your own LBG company. Continue reading
As a marketer, the prospect of going freelance brings up plenty of potential pros and cons. The whole process can be daunting but pays dividends in the long run.
If you’re a food lover, it can be tempting to open up your own restaurant. It offers you the opportunity to be your own boss and to have creative freedom over everything — from the menu to the interior design. However, it’s easy to be put off straight away by how expensive it is to set up. You’ll need to account for the premises, purchase cooking equipment and furnishings, and pay staff, to name just a few.
If you’re starting up your own cleaning business, you’ll be spending a lot of time planning it. From equipment hire to insurance, this can be a long-winded and difficult process.
Pop-up food stalls are entrepreneurship at its most vibrant. From mobile units catering festivals and parties to market and food court stalls, this fast-growing sector is becoming more and more popular for both businesspeople and consumers alike.
In our latest interview we chat with George Bevis – founder of Tide, a business current account launched at the beginning of last year and counting 30,000+ members already – making it the fastest growing new B2B fintech in the UK ever.
Ah yes, the flamboyant company name. It seemed like a good idea at the time but now you’re just not so sure. In fact, you are sure – you don’t like it. So what are you going to do now? Continue reading
Your personal resolve to keep up that workout routine might be fading, but it’s never too late to make achievable resolutions for your small business! Anytime is an excellent time to review your progress in the previous year, and think about what goals you want to achieve in the coming years.
Emily Coltman FCA, chief accountant at award-winning accounting software FreeAgent, suggests six straightforward resolutions to help your small businesses bloom in 2019 and beyond.
When asked, “What is your most important asset?” most company owners that we asked said it was their business or their properties. However, at Interlife we would disagree. We believe your health is a much more valuable asset. Ask yourself this, if your health deteriorated and you were unable to work, would your business continue, and would you be able to afford to pay your loans? This starts the business protection discussion. Continue reading