In the information age, it can seem that finding answers to the questions we have has become a profession in itself. The advent of online forums has allowed us to quickly find someone asking the same questions, but the answers […]
A new payroll year means that from April 2019 onwards, there is an increase in the National Minimum Wage and Living Wage Rates for all Employers.
If Accounting & General manages your payroll for you, we will increase the pay of […]
The new tax year started on 6th April, with new rates and allowances, and so now is the time for small business owners that trade as a company, to review the way in which profit is taken out from the […]
From April 2018 there will be an increase in the National Minimum Wage and Living Wage Rates.
If Accounting & General manages your payroll for you, we will increase the pay of any Employees who fall below the new minimum rates […]
The British Beer & Pub Association publish an annual guide of average pub performance intended to help those who are considering taking on a tenanted or leased pub, or for existing publicans to verify their own property performance against the […]
Hospitality operators often provide accommodation for staff. This has been done for many years by larger operators such as Butlin’s, with some 800 live in staff on their Minehead resort. The practice has grown particularly with greater recruitment of overseas […]
Some Basic Rules
A Reduced Rate of Vat applies to purchases of electricity, gas, heating oil, solid fuels and sanitary products.
A transaction is ‘Outside the Scope’ of Vat when it is not a supply of goods or services, eg wages, drawings, loan repayments, […]
What is a brand?
Your brand is not your restaurant’s name or logo. Nor is it you or your staff. Sadly, your brand is not as tangible as that. Your brand is the emotional and psychological relationship you have with your […]