Limited Company Help
Are you thinking of setting up a limited company, or are you a seasoned business owner?
Run by an experienced team, our site contains concise guides to everything from company formation to dealing with tax and taking on your first employees. We’ve been operating business advice sites for nearly 20 years.
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Crowdfunding allows startups to achieve the same level of exposure normally seen only by large, established firmed with big budgets.
If you’re planning to set up your own business, you’ll have to decide where you can be at your most productive. Do you run your company from home, lease an office, or rent occasional space?
Creating a business plan doesn’t have to be a laborious process and you can ease the burden by using the Business Model Canvas – a one-page plan
The Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) and the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) offer new and growing young UK businesses potentially attractive vehicles for securing much-needed investment.
Royston Guest, author of ‘Built to Grow’, refers to business growth as being split into 5 distinct stages – each stage having its own set of challenges or business behaviours.
Deciding who to employ is a big decision and one you want to get right so how do you get the most out of an interview? What sort of questions should you ask to see if the candidate can do the job and whether or not they will fit into the team?
What is your ultimate aim for your company? Have you prepared, or are you working towards, an exit strategy? Perhaps you haven’t given it a second thought and plan to go on running your company for years to come, but in business – as in life – things can change quickly.
Digital marketing never stays static. As a business owner what do you need to know to stay ahead of your competition? Let’s start with 10 ways to make your website perform better and then look a few innovations you’ll need to consider in 2018.
With demand for alternative ways of working at an all-time high, we look at how flexible working works in practice, and how employers can attract and retain staff by using less traditional ways of working.
After sole trader status, the limited company is the most popular business structure in the UK. Here we look at how many there are on the official register, and how the number of incorporated businesses have grown massively over the past decade.
How do you give a great business presentation that inspires, persuades and wins your audience over to your ideas, product or services?
With many small businesses run by just one person, many start-up tasks are dealt with as quickly as possible due to time constraints. Dave Millett highlights some important things to look out for before you sign a telecoms contract.
Jury service is seen as an important civic duty in the UK and is a key feature of our legal system. With few exceptions, anyone between the ages of 18 and 70 who is living in the UK and on the electoral register can be selected at random for jury service.
Unless the services or products you offer are truly unique, you are likely to be operating in a competitive market against dozens, if not hundreds, of other companies. One way to help give you an edge over the competition is by creating a powerful visual identity for your brand – a logo!
Remote working brings many benefits for both the employer and employee, and, thanks to technology, it is steadily on the increase. But it does come with some challenges. So how do you ensure you’re getting the most from remote team?