The New Year gets the cogs turning in peoples’ heads about changing their careers, or taking the plunge into self employment as, often, a new year provides a sense of invigoration and motivation for change and reinvention.
For many, the most popular time for an annual accounts review is shortly after your business’ year end. But in an age of digital records and cloud accounting, we no longer have to wait to see a clear picture of how your business is doing.
The rise of e-commerce and emerging opportunities in developing countries have helped make it more accessible than ever to trade internationally. But with complicated tax implications and differing laws, it can be hard to know where to start. We have outlined some of the things to consider when thinking about operating overseas.
No one goes into business expecting to fall out with their business partners or shareholders. But if circumstances change, relationships can become strained and disagreements can set in – before you know it, you’re heading into legal action to determine the value of your business. In this article we share tips on how to prevent share valuation disputes arising and what to do if the worst happens.