Many professional services firms – including accountants – employ a ‘practice manager’ to oversee and co-ordinate their work. Plenty of companies in other sectors could benefit from exactly the same kind of approach, writes CHRIS ROBSON
The government has identified ‘Ten Steps to Cyber Security’, which are essential for any business looking to protect itself online. IAN SMITH talks us through the suggestions.
Although valuation isn’t always an exact science, writes Ryecroft Glenton’s Carl Swansbury, it can be an essential part of your long-term business planning.
Company cars are only going to make financial sense in the coming years if they’re very low or zero-rated on CO2 emissions, writes GORDON WILKINSON. Personal car allowances and personal contract hire may be the way forward.
The requirement for companies to send an annual return to Companies House has come to an end. From 30 June 2016, companies will instead have to file a confirmation statement.
Richard Jeffrey, Chief Investment Officer at Cazenove Capital Management considers the economic consequences of uncertainty following Brexit
On 23 June 2016, in an historic referendum, the UK public voted to leave the European Union (“EU”). The precise impact of Brexit on UK taxes will depend on the new terms negotiated with the EU.
ANTHONY MAIN discusses very important questions about succession planning.