Business structures

Reforms to allow shareholders a say on executive pay

Reforms affecting the way top executives are paid are to be brought forward, the Government has announced.

IS IT EVER TOO LATE TO START A BUSINESS?

Its never too late to start a business - or should you actually avoid it?

Financial tips for Professional Speakers

Being a professional speaker can be a lonely existence, and everyone expects you to be an expert in all aspects of your business whereas, in reality, you only tend to be an expert in the topics about which you speak.

OBC offer support in the other aspects....

Four out of five companies offer flexi-working

Over 80 per cent of UK firms now offer employees flexible working options, a new study has found; although nearly 38 per cent of businesses only extend the privilege to senior members of staff.

Challenges remain in gender equality says EU report

Improving gender equality is vital in driving a European economic recovery, an annual report by the European Commission (EC) has said.

Business confidence rises despite economic fears

Businesses remain confident of their prospects for the next six months, despite losing confidence in the global economy.

IR35 needs greater focus

Uncovering the few real cases of disguised employment should be the new focus of HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) when it comes to applying IR35 rules.

Benefits in kind and expenses payments

Benefits in kind are assessed on all directors and employees.

Essential record keeping

Ideas on how you can reduce the time we take to prepare your year-end accounts.

Essential record keeping

Ideas on how you can reduce the time we take to prepare your year-end accounts.

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