Running a business isn’t for everyone and franchisors are very selective about who they empower with their brand.
It already feels like so much has happened since my last article in August and yet that was only a few months ago.
If you are struggling financially due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s worth checking if you are due a tax refund.
2020 has been like no other. But, while COVID-19 has left an indelible mark on this year, there are certain things that remain constant in the business calendar
There are good trends, bad trends and plain ugly trends! I’m not talking about the shoulder-pad fashion faux pas of the eighties here, but financial trends which can be discerned from accounting information.
Many businesses regularly do a stock take. It makes logical sense to understand what assets are on the books and how this inventory compares to what’s really in the shop or warehouse.
There are lots of reasons why productivity can falter; outside influences play their part, but your business’s productivity can also be affected by your team’s motivation and ability to share good ideas.
It’s been estimated that as many as 97% of eligible business still fail to claim the relief they are entitled to. Here, I’m talking about Research and Development tax relief.
Scottish company receive cash flow support from banking giant to help mitigate financial impact of Coronavirus.
Well 2020 has certainly been a very different year to any of the previous 55 I have been around for.