Only you know where your talents lie and right now you need to shout about them. Think about what you are good at and look hard at them. Ask your customers what they liked about your services, what they felt was good and what they felt you might have improved upon. Never assume that they are totally happy with the work or service you provide, as customer loyalty is earned and not given.
Undoubtedly you have seen or heard details in relation to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme that is available to UK business to support employers. Under this scheme all UK employers will be able to access support from the Government to continue paying part of their employees salary for those employees that would otherwise have been laid off or made redundant during this crisis. Once opened this scheme will be backdated to commence on 1 March and will initially run for 3 months.
We're here to help...in extraordinary times we need to look for extraordinary solutions. We are all going through uncharted territory with understanding the potential impact of the Coronavirus. It goes without saying that the health of the nation, our friends and family is of utmost importance but so are our businesses and the economy. We all know that we need to look after each other and, as a Business Community, we can all help each other too.
Often, business find it difficult to know what type of website their business should get. After all, there are so many options available nowadays! Just think; you could get a single-page or multi-page website, one with image headers or not, where do you even begin?
Which printed products are you considering purchasing for your business? It can be hard to know where to start when building a new brand but it’s not impossible! The main thing is to do research into what others in your industry purchase. Once you have an idea on that, every product you buy is an asset!
The most important aspect of a business isn’t simply the amount of money it makes! Cashflow is obviously key to survival and your clients need to buy your services, and a business needs to make a profit – but there are many other factors in how the business is perceived that can help you succeed and be sustainable!
Under the old regime, you would only pay income tax on your net rental income, or profits. In other words, you'd first deduct the interest from the mortgage on your rental property, as well as any other expenses incurred throughout the year.