Third Sector Governance in 2020

Hello 2020! We’re back and we’d like to wish you all a happy and a prosperous New Year. Hopefully you haven’t overdone it too much during the festive period. We’ve just about shaken off our festive hangover and believe it’s time to start thinking about Third Sector Governance as we move towards fresh beginnings and …

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The Court System…

This week I had the pleasure of attending court as a witness. It is a business venture that has went wrong and sadly a previously strong partnership hasn’t ended well. That’s not the reason for the post… it’s the chaos that surrounds our legal system. Arriving early before 10 (my allotted time), I went to …

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Business Loans Scotland

If you are a growing business and are in need of funds then there is up to £100,000 at 6%, capital repayment holidays, 5-year payment terms. Government-supported loan scheme and available across Scotland. https://www.bls.scot/

Xero Conference Week

We attended the Xero conference in Edinburgh on Wednesday. What a great insightful day and at the great Balmoral Hotel. Walkthrough of MTDfV, filing taxes, cash forecasting and much much more. A really busy event. Xero is \”the\” digital cloud-based accounting system – speak to CJM if you want to know more.

Self Assessment

Ok, so I know you have until 31st Jan 2020 to complete, submit and pay your self-assessment. However, my advice gets it in as early as possible. By now you should have completed your bookkeeping and have everything ready to complete your self-assessment. So now log on and complete the relevant sections. Then if you …

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1st May

Well, May has arrived, the year-end accounts for Self Assessments and Year-End account for March are starting to come in and also being concluded. The earlier companies can get accounts into their accountant the better. They know how much they owe the taxman They also have their bookkeeping up to date They also have one …

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