15th March 2018

What is cash accounting and is it useful for my business?

Cash accounting is an accounting method in which payment receipts are recorded during the period they are received, and expenses are recorded in the period in which they are […]
11th March 2018

The Marden ‘quick start’ guide to winning with tax

Stunned by a big tax bill? Need to pay your tax bill late, but not sure of the consequences? Tax can be a worrying and mind […]
2nd March 2018

Does you accountant offer advice like this?

Not all accountancy firms were created equal. Whether you know it or not, a lack of sound proactive advice from your accountant could be costing your […]
25th February 2018

Avoid the IR35 tax disaster that you never new was simmering

A former BBC presenter is now facing a bill that could reach more than £400,000 following a dispute and lost tribunal with HM Revenue & Customs. […]
16th February 2018

The blurring line between sub-contractors and ‘workers’ – what you need to know.

Further to the Taylor review, the Government has confirmed that the included recommendations will be implemented. The Work and Pensions Committee have published draft legislation that […]