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Are you eligible for R&D tax credits?

Date: 19 September 2017

By: Jenny Tragner

Five clever ways to supplement your state pension

Date: 22 August 2017

By: Charlie Howells

Should you lease or buy a company vehicle?

Date: 14 August 2017

By: Debbie Monro

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The four-week plan to get invoices paid pronto

Don't let late payment damage your business; Shweta Jhajharia introduces the four-week plan to make sure unpaid invoices are quickly settled.

Date: 7 August 2017   By: Shweta Jhajharia

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Should you transfer your buy-to-let into a company?

Buy-to-let landlords can no longer claim tax relief on all mortgage interest; so should you transfer your property into a limited company?

Date: 1 August 2017   By: Jonathan Amponsah

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Four common VAT mistakes you could be making

Tamara Habberley reveals four of the most common mistakes that small businesses make when it comes to managing their VAT processes.

Date: 19 July 2017   By: Tamara Habberley

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The six best apps for managing your money

There are a host of apps that help business owners to manage their finances and expenses on their smartphones. Ian Naylor picks six of the best.

Date: 6 July 2017   By: Ian Naylor

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Time for SMEs to tap into the contactless economy

Don't be a late adopter: cash-only businesses could soon find themselves left on the shelf. James Frost explains why you can't ignore contactless.

Date: 4 July 2017   By: James Frost

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The beginner's guide to due diligence

If you are buying a business, it's vital that you do your due diligence. Clive Hyman explains what due diligence is and how to do it.

Date: 7 June 2017   By: Clive Hyman

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Tax changes that contractors need to know about

Elaine Clark explains the recent tax changes affecting contractors including the VAT Flat Rate scheme, dividends and Making Tax Digital.

Date: 17 May 2017   By: Elaine Clark

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The legal loophole that could turn an annuity back into cash

Pension-holders may be able to get the cash out of small pensions and even annuities because of an obscure legal loophole. Aaron Jones reports.

Date: 13 March 2017   By: Aaron Jones