A SIPP is a self invested personal pension scheme, and involves you investing money into an area of your choosing with the aim of making a steady profit over time.
More than half of investors looking to buy shares over the next 12 months admit to preferring well-known UK brands such as supermarkets and banks, according to a new study.
All business owners want to see a return on investment. However, they also want to be sure their accounts reflect both their income and expenses.
“A journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step”, as the philosopher Lao Tzu said. But that first step is also one of the hardest to make, because we have to overcome our inertia. Perhaps this explains why over 90 per cent of SMEs get business loans from the bank where they hold their current accounts, and don’t look around for better deals.
There are sophisticated reasons for the failure of every business, but it ultimately (with some rare and notable exceptions) boils down to one thing: running out of money.
Recent reports suggest that the payday loan industry could soon get a big overhaul. As we know that the industry is full of lenders who lend short term loans and charge hefty interest rates just to keep borrowers falling deeper into an endless cycle of vicious debt.
Turn on the news and you’re likely to hear a story about Brexit or the volatility of global markets.
Following the EU referendum result accountants have confirmed that once the separation process is complete, UK businesses will no longer have to comply with the EU VAT regime.
If a business is seeking funding – perhaps, for example, it’s appropriate for new or existing management to acquire the business, or perhaps some existing shareholder(s) want to exit – private equity funding should be considered.