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5 Proven Financial Planning Tips your Business Needs

If you are currently getting to grips with running your small business and wouldn’t mind a little extra help with regards the financial side of things, you have certainly come to the right place. When you consider the rather sobering fact that more than 50% of small business here in the UK will fail in the first 2 years, who would say no to a little help? So let’s take a look at 5 proven ways that can help you and your business stay on track in 2015 and beyond.

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How the accountancy market is growing

After a temporary slowdown in the run-up to the General Election, the accountancy market has continued to grow.

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Small businesses to benefit from new changes.

Sajid Javid, the UK’s new business secretary, has recently announced plans to cut down painful red tape for businesses. More precisely, that’s £10billion of red tape that will drastically transform the fortunes for many businesses.

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Why your accountant needs to be good. And suitable.

Regardless of whether you’re in business or not, it stands to reason that you need a good accountant. It’s probably fair to say that most people don’t put in a huge amount of due diligence when they’re looking for an accountancy firm, yet they often stick with them for long periods of time, effectively placing a huge amount of trust in them.

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Budget 2015 – what does it mean for you?

Is the British economy growing? Will we face austerity or prosperity? Will promises be kept? Budgets are normally clouded in intrigue and confusion, thus often seen as political weapons. So allow Synergee to cut through the jargon and reveal the main headlines so that you can be the judge.

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The importance of good advice.

It sounds obvious, doesn't it? That an accountant or accountancy business should offer sound advice. But unfortunately, it doesn’t always happen.

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0% savings changes are about to start

The headline news is that from the start of the new tax year (April 6th), the government will abolish the 10% starting rate of tax for savings.

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