1. 3 Tips For Finding the Best Accountant

    Posted on September 11, 2021 by Guy Atkinson

    Whether you’re a small business owner or just getting ready to begin filing your annual income tax returns, it is always a good idea to hire a qualified accountant to help you with the complexities of the complex tax structure. However, as with most services, there are several things you should look for when you Read More…

  2. Understanding Your Self Employed Taxes

    Posted on September 04, 2021 by Guy Atkinson

    Are you self employed? Do you work for yourself, or do you have employees? If you have both, then you are probably a bit confused with your tax returns. Whether you work for yourself or not, there are certain rules that apply to self-employed people. Here’s what you should know. First of all, the IRS Read More…

  3. Running your Business – Doing your Taxes

    Posted on August 25, 2021 by Guy Atkinson

    There is a great deal of misunderstanding concerning the subject of taxes and business financing. The term “taxes” is often used interchangeably with “finance,” but in fact, taxes are a specific revenue-raising tool that a government may use to raise money for its expenses and to supplement revenues that have fallen short. Finance is the Read More…

  4. Accounting’s big guns take aim at small business market

    Posted on August 24, 2018 by Guy Atkinson

    Two years ago, Mitchel Galvin started a fashion business from a spare room in his parents’ home, armed with 300, a handful of designs and some blank T-shirts. Now the company, Nicce London, has sales of 2.5 million, 12 staff and deals to supply Asos, Topman and more than 100 independent retailers.

  5. Watchdog drops inquiry into jailed software boss

    Posted on August 24, 2018 by Guy Atkinson

    Britain’s corporate governance regulator has dropped an investigation into a senior executive involved in the fall of Torex Retail, who has been jailed for 30 months for conspiring to defraud investors.

  6. How to hire a financial professional

    Posted on August 24, 2018 by Guy Atkinson

    Financial advice might seem very pricey upfront, but like an expensive education, it can provide terrific value in the longer term. You could pay many thousands of pounds over the years for help constructing a balanced investment portfolio, for example, but are likely to more than recover those costs in higher eventual returns.

  7. It pays to be on the front foot with Revenue

    Posted on August 24, 2018 by Guy Atkinson

    SELF-ASSESSED taxpayers have four days left to file their tax returns or risk being hit with severe penalties by Revenue. Filing online is the only option because the deadline for paper returns – October 31 – has passed. It buys you two extra weeks, with November 12 being the final “pay and file” deadline.

Tip of the Day

Time management for Finance Professionals

time management


I’ve just re-read Richard Denny’s fantastic book ‘Selling to Win’, in which he mentions a time management technique that I learnt many, many years ago from an old boss of mine.


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