Your business’ branding begins with your name, so it is imperative to protect your company’s name. A protected name means that no other business can poach your name and you don’t incur the cost of a rebrand in case you lose your business name later down the line.
Every successful business begins with a comprehensive and airtight business plan. A business plan serves as a roadmap for your business which outlines your goals, your finances, and your strategies and provides you with a clear direction for your entrepreneurial journey.
Starting and sustaining a small business is no easy feat, the availability of grants can be a game-changer for aspiring entrepreneurs and existing businesses alike. Read on for our comprehensive list of grants available for small businesses in 2023.
As a small business owner, managing your finances effectively is crucial for the success and growth of your venture. From taxes and expenses to budgeting, every financial decision you make can significantly impact your business's bottom line.
Times of economic uncertainty can be highly stressful for business owners. When the national economy is uncertain, the anxieties around it will translate to your daily business practices.
Looking to make some money alongside your full-time responsibilities? Look no further than our side hustle series.
First thing’s first: as any entrepreneur will tell you, there’s never a right time to start a business. You’ll always have reasons to delay your project.
If you are a business owner in the UK, you might be familiar with the concept of Value Added Tax (VAT). VAT is a tax on the value added to goods and services, as a business owner, you are required to register for VAT if your taxable turnover exceeds a certain threshold.
Last Tuesday we posted an explanation of what “Last Returns Made Up To” meant in a limited company sense. Today we’re going to look at a similar topic, “Last Accounts Made Up To”.
What is a company credit report and what it’s used for: What is a company credit report? A company credit report provides financial background information about a company.
The only way to notify Companies House about a change in your limited company’s shareholding situation is to file a confirmation statement. Whilst the J30 stock transfer form/s should be completed and kept when the transfers take place, the confirmation statement is the actual method used to let Companies House know about the change.
Are you in the process of becoming a ltd company? It's worth knowing that you can register a UK limited by shares company with just one person.