I have recently finished this book, after a recommendation from a valued mentor, as always giving it a listen on Audible. My measure of a good book is having listened does a hard copy then make it onto my book shelves and there it sits. This then progresses into a great book for me by … Continue reading Book Recommendation – “Principles” by Ray Dalio
One of the main motives for transferring a sole-trader business to a company in which you own shares is tax saving. You’ve probably read articles about the process, and how it’s possible to legitimately avoid paying capital gains tax (CGT) through the use of special claims. However, what’s almost invariably overlooked is the possible stamp … Continue reading Incorporating your property business
The average UK small business spends £5,000 and three working weeks every year on tax compliance, according to the latest report from the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB). Taxing Times highlights the many hurdles small businesses face when trying to pay taxes. Almost half (46%) say determining the tax rates at which they’re required to … Continue reading Small firms urge tax reform as they lose £5,000 and 15 working days a year to compliance
Vacant Building Credits (VBC) apply to all buildings that have not been abandoned, and that you have not made vacant, that is:- 1. Brought back into use or 2. Demolished to be replaced by a new building. 3. That are commercial to residential conversions The developer receives a credit equivalent to the existing gross floor space … Continue reading What are Vacant Building Credits and how do they benefit you.
It will not cost you a penny, only a few moments of your time. We are trying to get nominations for The Will Garvey Trust Foundation to be the next charity partner for Trent Barton and your vote will help. This is a very new charity trying to help young people cope with mental ill … Continue reading I have not done this before but I am asking a favour of you!
This is the first post after a long summer break but what a way to start beck. I first downloaded this book on Audible when the audio version was released in late July and was instantly blown away by the content. So imagine my excitement when the hard copy dropped through my door on it's recent … Continue reading Book recommendation – “Money – Know more, make more, give more” by Rob Moore
In the age of information overload, traditional time management techniques simply don’t cut it when it comes to overflowing inboxes, ever-expanding to-do lists and endless, pointless meetings. Thankfully there is a better way: The Way of the Productivity Ninja. Using techniques including Ruthlessness, Mindfulness, Zen-like Calm and Stealth & Camouflage you will get your inbox … Continue reading Book recommendation – “How to be a Productivity Ninja” by Graham Allcott