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A new financial year often brings hope for a better one than the last – and April is the month for planning that year. However, if you don't plan and act appropriately, you'll soon be resenting 2016 and longing for a better 2017…

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Staying on top of your tax obligations can be a challenge, particularly when you’re trying to run a busy business. Doing so really does make life much easier when it comes to submitting your self-assessment however, and it also helps you maintain control of your accounts. And in the rare event that you do get investigated, it means you know exactly where everything is…

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Last week I gave you 3 of the main things you need to know about George Osborne’s 2016 budget (sorry that post was getting rather lengthy…!). So without further adieu, let’s dive right into the final 3…

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The 2016 budget emerged off the back of the previous two budgets that had major changes to the way that small business is taxed. The most significant development was the new dividend tax – this was a big negative, increasing tax on small businesses.

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