It’s likely to be an important year ahead for tradespeople, following a 2017 filled with ups and downs.
Thankfully, November’s Autumn Budget didn’t come with a nasty sting in the tail for landlords. But as we head into 2018, is there anything that should be on your radar?
Anyone who has set up their own business knows how much work has to be put in – even over Christmas. A new survey by Simply Business has found that 20 per cent of UK business owners didn’t even take a break on Christmas Day.
2017 was a tumultuous year in business – but what will 2018 bring?
The Data Protection Bill 2017 marks the introduction of a raft of new measures intended to give consumers more control over their data – and it has huge implications for small businesses.
Writing a business plan is one of the most important steps in the life of a new business owner.
The Rent A Room scheme is a valuable way in which those who let a room in their house may be able to cut their tax bill.
If you’re self-employed, whether you run a business or work as a freelancer, you’ll usually need to fill in a Self Assessment tax return each year.
The government has U-turned on a manifesto pledge, saying that rather than bringing the self-employed into pension auto-enrolment, it will test a number of different approaches.
Social media marketing is a powerful part of any online marketing strategy for small businesses.