What the National Insurance rate rise means for small businesses
The UK government has announced that on 6th April 2022, the rate of National Insurance payable by employers, employees and the self-employed will increase by 1.25%. We break down what this means for small businesses around the UK.
Ever since the introduction of the Consumer Rights Act in 2015, businesses have had to observe certain rules and regulations when selling goods and services. We run down what small businesses need to know.
To celebrate International Women's Day, we're shining a spotlight on the companies that are making it their mission to Break the Bias – IWD's theme for 2022.
When letting out your property, finding the right tenants is a crucial part of protecting your investment and your home. We run down the key things to consider when selecting who to rent to.
From insurance and ground rent to certain maintenance and repair works, what are HMRC’s current allowable expenses for landlords? Read our guide.
2022 has seen the introduction of new import rules for UK businesses in the post-Brexit world. Here, we break down what these changes in regulation mean for small businesses around the country.
The rapid growth of fintech, while encouraging, has created greater risks for businesses in the industry. Here, we discussed what these are and how to avoid them.