Category : Finance and investment

The Guide to Financial Fitness in Business

The ICAEW in conjunction with the National Black Women’s Network (NBWN) have ‘created a Guide to Financial Fitness in Business’, says a recent ICAEW press release, ‘to provide start-up busines...

Are you ‘operating in the red’? If so, you’re not alone

‘Half of small businesses in the UK are currently operating in the red, according to the latest Small Business Insights index.’ So starts this piece over on City AM. ‘Data from 250,000 SMEs show...

Do you have a financial buffer? Do you feel safe?

‘SME Owners Need a Year’s Financial Buffer to Feel Safe: Despite Existing Debts’. That’s the striking headline of a recent piece we spotted over in Payments Journal. Would it draw your eye? It...

Why not try Invoice Finance – You may be pleasantly surprised?

This is a guest by Charles Fidler, Director Overdraft Product and formerly Director Invoice Finance, Natwest and RBS Just like a well-known brand in the food sector, invoice finance seems to have been...

3 ways technology can help you create, execute and manage share schemes

This is a guest post by Simon Telling, Commercial Lead, Vestd Ltd. Although most companies think that setting up a share scheme for their key employees would be beneficial, many don’t due to the com...

Time to put an end to late payments, says Small Business Commissioner

Cashflow, as we’ve so often seen, is the absolute lifeblood for any small business: you need to be able to rely on it. And it’s simply not tolerable for big businesses to hold off paying small con...

SEIS / EIS: What you need to know

This is a guest post by Adam Brodie, Co-Founder of Ignition Financial, an ICAEW firm of CFOs focused on UK Start-Ups and Scale-Ups The Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) and the Enterprise Inves...

Find a Chartered Accountant

_______________________________

Recent posts

SUBSCRIBE TO BLOG

Categories

Blog archive