Friend & Grant Chartered Accountants have been helping small and medium sized businesses in the Medway towns and North Kent for over 20 years
16th February 2021
Breaking up in Business
Business relationships usually begin with lots of enthusiasm and passion but soon hit the reality of life. There will be highs and lows in business, the business leaders will have differing visions of where they wish the business to go, different work ethics, differing family constraints and much more. It doesn’t necessarily matter whether your business is a great success or a failure we are all different and sometimes we have to go our different ways. The key however is to have a plan in case the worse happens.
Going into business is an exciting experience; doing so with a business partner even more so, but what happens when things go wrong? Would you have any protection in place to secure your future and that of the business?
Looking to give shares away in your company? Beware the pitfalls.
Looking to give shares away in your company to secure an investor, business partner or lock in an employee? Beware the pitfalls. In this blog we look at why company owners are prepared to sell or giveaway shares in their companies. We look at the problems, the tax issues, some of the solutions and recommendations we would make to ensure that if you do sale or give away part of your company that you secure your financial position.
It’s fair to say that business relationships usually begin with enthusiasm and passion, grow through balance and communication and endure the highs and lows of life. Sometimes, however, businesses don’t weather the storm and things come to an end. Do you have a plan?
Construction Industry Pitfall Number 2: Construction Failures are on the Increase- How Can I Protect my Business?
Unfortunately failures in construction are common place. In 2018 Carillion went down owing £7bn, bringing down countless other businesses.
Sometimes it is impossible to avoid the collapse of a business.But there's actions you can take to reduce the risk
Should I Put My Buy To Let into a Limited Company?
We're often asked whether to purchase a buy to let property personally or via a limited company. Read our detailed advice to help you understand the up-and down-sides of each option. Everyone’s circumstances are different; the pros and cons must be weighed up on a case by case basis.
Good corporate governance is as crucial for SME’s as it is for large listed companies.
Corporate governance refers to a set of internal policies, rules, and procedures that a company follows on a regular basis to make sure it operates in a fair, equitable, and appropriate manner.
5 Easy Tax Wins For Company Directors Looking To Grow Their Businesses and Save Tax!
As a company director are you looking to build a strong working relationship with a trusted advisor who will help you save tax and grow your business. If you are then why not speak to us about 5 easy tax wins which we can implement with you.
Are you hungry for success? If you run a small to medium size business and you want to grow your sales, increase profitability and pay less tax then you have come to the right place.
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