If you sell services, rather than supply goods, this usually involves you providing advice for a fee.
If your advice is sought after, the amount you can charge for your service(s) may be
The importance of being interested
Conversation takes a turn for the worse if you have an opinion that your client has no idea how to solve their problem(s) and all they need to do is listen to your solution.
And you may be right in
The winds of change
A new King, the possibility of a change of government next year, and signs that we may, at last, be emerging from the disruptions created by Brexit and COVID.
Meanwhile, back at helms of our small
More financial support for energy intensive sectors
Some businesses could see their bills slashed by as much as 20% off predicted wholesale prices, thanks to further government support launched on 26 April 2023 for sectors using high amounts of
Less could be more
Is there mileage in the old adage that it is unwise to keep all your eggs in one basket?
Most businesses build an expanding customer list; each customer a separate income stream for their
Starting a new business?
One of the issues you will need to consider if you are starting a new business is the business structure. There are three commonly used forms to choose from, each with advantages and
What is profit?
When accountants or other interested parties refer to business profits, they are likely to mean the difference between sales and costs, and more concisely, that sales exceed costs.
However, the word
Cause for optimism?
As we have moved into the new tax year, since 6 April 2023, the March hares have had their opportunity for madness and there is just a glimmer of warmer weather ahead. And perhaps, we may even witness
Energy Bills Discount Scheme
The new Energy Bills Discount Scheme replaces the Energy Bill Relief Scheme which came to an end on 31 March 2023. The new scheme will offer support to eligible non-domestic energy customers,
Powering Britain from Britain
Britain’s rollout of clean, affordable, home-grown energy is moving full speed ahead, with the UK government offering £205 million in its latest renewables auction, boosting energy security, growing