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What is Companies House and What is its Function?

Posted 31 Jan 16

Companies House is a government body within the Department of Business, Skills and Innovation. Read More »

Scottish Limited Partnerships and Limited Liability

Posted 27 Jan 16

Partnerships, also known as firms in Scotland, are one of the earliest business models. There are certain advantages which come with forming a Scottish Limited Partnership that other partnerships do not offer. Read More »

When are my Annual Accounts Due?

Posted 25 Jan 16

As a small business director, you will be responsible for filing documents required by HMRC and Companies House by the deadline set. Read More »

What to do When You Can’t File Your Annual Accounts on Time?

Posted 20 Jan 16

One of the most common questions our clients ask us relates to determining the date which their annual accounts and Annual Returns need to be delivered by. Read More »

Pre-emption Rights Explained

Posted 12 Jan 16

When forming a limited company, you will need to nominate its shareholders and directors, as well as, make a decision regarding the shares. Read More »

Ways in Which You Can Project Your Company Profits

Posted 05 Jan 16

One of the greatest skills every business director should learn to develop is being able to successfully manage their company’s finances. Read More »

Tips for Selling Your Business

Posted 24 Dec 15

There are many reasons why at some point you might decide to sell your business. Maybe you have started it with the ultimate goal of selling it for the maximum price possible before forming another company; or maybe the ideas you had simply didn’t work out the way you planned. Read More »

How to Be a Good Negotiator When Selling Your Business

Posted 22 Dec 15

We have discussed the basic factors which constitute a successful sale when putting your company on the market. Before you make a decision of selling your business, it is important that you consider all the elements which can help you understand the process better. Read More »