Monthly Archives: July 2015

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28 07, 2015

Taking money out of a limited company

By | July 28th, 2015|Budgeting|Comments Off on Taking money out of a limited company

Most business owners will be aware that if you have a limited company, it is seen legally as a separate entity. In other words, you can’t just withdraw money as if it were your personal bank account – that money belongs to the business. […]

22 07, 2015

Three apps to help you control your cashflow like a ninja

By | July 22nd, 2015|Budgeting|Comments Off on Three apps to help you control your cashflow like a ninja

The smartphone and tablet are now part of everyday life for most of us. Whether for business or pleasure, these small devices keep us up to date, connected with the world and fed with any type of information we choose. […]

17 07, 2015

Three Essential Questions to Ask Before Hiring an Accountant

By | July 17th, 2015|Accounting|Comments Off on Three Essential Questions to Ask Before Hiring an Accountant

Maybe you landed on this page after searching for accounts advice in Cheltenham. Perhaps you’ve set up a business and need someone to help with your finances. Or maybe your current accountant isn’t quite right for you and you’re looking for someone new. […]

8 07, 2015

How today’s budget could affect your small business

By | July 8th, 2015|Legislation|Comments Off on How today’s budget could affect your small business

Following our blog post on today’s ‘Emergency Budget’ we’re interested in how the budget will affect small business owners like you. Back in March, there were promises of a ‘revolutionary simplification’ of tax collection. […]

8 07, 2015

Will the emergency budget impact your small business?

By | July 8th, 2015|Legislation|Comments Off on Will the emergency budget impact your small business?

We’ll be glued to the news here today at Safehands Accounting, as George Osborne delivers the first purely Tory Budget in more than 18 years. Dubbed the ‘Emergency Budget’ (as it was introduced very soon after the general election), the hope is that it will improve the British economy‚Äôs productivity. We’ll be on hand to give small business advice to our clients as this budget comes with stark warnings about what is happening in Greece. […]