Our December Newsletter includes information about the upcoming temporary rise in Annual Investment Allowance, a reduction in Business Rates for small retail businesses, the IR35 reforms set to cost contractors more in tax and the national insurance rise for higher rate earners.
These days VAT thresholds are the subject of much speculation, with the Government concerned that many business owners deliberately choose to stay below the VAT-registration threshold.
Limiting your ambition in this way might seem counter-intuitive – surely you want your business to get as big as possible?
But it can make sense if you are seeking to make a sustainable living rather than get rich, perhaps by trading on online auction sites, or running a café with limited opening hours.
If your business’s turnover is predicted to fall below £83,000 over the next year, it can voluntarily deregister for VAT.
Our November newsletter brings information on the success of small businesses looking for finance, the lack of preparedness by SME’s for a no -deal Brexit, the apprenticeship levy reforms and a roundup from the Budget.
As traditional loans fall out of favour with increasing numbers of business owners, you may be looking for an alternative route for financing – and your pension could be the answer.
Funding your business using your pension pot may be an overlooked option compared to these. It can be well worth considering if you want more control over the way you finance your business.
Rather than relying on a traditional lender to buy into your business and provide continued support, using your pension lets you take on the responsibility yourself.
People run businesses for a variety of reasons from passion to pride, but making a living is high up the list for most people.
How do you go about drawing profit from your business, and doing so efficiently?