What Are The Most Tax Efficient Investments In The UK?
Tax-efficient investments could essentially be defined as investment opportunities that are backed up with valuable tax benefits. The tax benefits of these types of investments effectively reduce the downside risk and therefore can encourage investment by more risk-averse investors. When looking at making investments, investors need to weigh up the risks they are willing to… View Article
What Are The Main Sources of Equity Funding?
Equity funding is used to help businesses raise funds by selling shares to an investor in exchange for a cash investment. This means that the business receives the money it needs to grow whilst the investor owns shares in the business. The investor is then tied to the success of the company. The investor will… View Article
Happy New Year From Key Business Consultants
We would like to take this opportunity to wish all our clients a very Happy New Year. Here’s to a very profitable and successful 2021! After a tough 2020, let’s look forward to a great 2021. If you’d like to learn more about us, please check out the following links: The Key Business Consultants team… View Article
Top 8 Payroll Tips
If you need some payroll tips for the small business, you’ve come to the right place. Key Business Consultants has you covered. In today’s article, we’ll give you our top 8 payroll tips. Remember, payroll can be complicated. If you would like professional help, please get in touch. We’d be happy to arrange a free,… View Article
How To Do A Payroll Run
No business owner enjoys doing a payroll run! But with a little preparation and good guidance you can stay on top of this critical job. In today’s article, we’ll take you through everything you need to do a payroll run. We generally recommend getting professional help for your payroll. It can be a complicated part… View Article
How Long Do I Need to Hold EIS/SEIS Shares?
The Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) and Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) have both been designed to increase investment in the early development of high potential growth businesses. The schemes are similar, with the SEIS more focused on very early-stage companies. There are strict rules for both companies seeking investment as well as for the taxpayers… View Article