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Making Tax Digital (MTD) for VAT

19th August 2019

HMRC have an ambition to become one of the most digitally advanced tax administrations in the world. A major inroad in this ambitious project is the introduction of Making Tax Digital for VAT.  What is Making Tax Digital for VAT? Making Tax Digital is a government initiative aimed at streamlining the tax administration process making…

Small business tax relief

Tax Breaks Every Small Business Should Know About

18th June 2019

Small business tax relief can help to add thousands of pounds to your bottom line. When you own a small business, it’s often all hands on deck, with all of your efforts focused on the day-to-day running of your business. Because of this, matters such as small business tax relief can often be forgotten, but…

How to tackle late payments

Small Business Advice: How to Tackle Late Payments

16th May 2019

Are late payments a thorn in your side? You’re not alone. Late payments cost the UK’s small business owners £6.7 billion a year.  In light of this ongoing threat, Philip Hammond announced in his Spring Statement that the government plans to “tackle the scourge of late payments” by large corporations to their smaller suppliers. In…

Accountants in Huntingdon

Phebys Accountants Throwing Summer BBQ at Huntingdon Office!

2nd April 2019

To celebrate its 20th year of business, Phebys Accountants is pleased to invite you all to an exciting Summer barbecue at its Huntingdon office! The barbecue will take place outside our Woolley Office at 4pm on Friday 14th June 2018. Absolutely anyone who wishes to attend is more than welcome to. Plus, it’s totally free! There…

Business Rescue Plans

Business Rescue Plans

27th March 2019

Inside Business with Scott Pheby is a series of podcasts aimed at small business owners and entrepreneurs, offering insight and ways to improve and develop your business. In this episode, Scott talks to Lloyd Biscoe of Begbies Traynor. If your business becomes insolvent, there are options to rescue it, including voluntary arrangements, administration and agreements…

Inside the Music Business

An Inside Look at the Music Business

19th March 2019

Inside Business with Scott Pheby is a series of podcasts aimed at small business owners and entrepreneurs, offering insight and ways to improve and develop your business. In this episode, Scott talks to Lindsay Benson. Last year, musicians, composers, songwriters and lyricists generated £2 billion of business in the UK. Today, we speak to Lindsay…

Tomorrow's Workforce

Does Our Education System Produce Tomorrow’s Workforce?

11th March 2019

Inside Business with Scott Pheby is a series of podcasts aimed at small business owners and entrepreneurs, offering insight and ways to improve and develop your business. In this episode, Scott talks to Graham Chambers from Triple Skillz. Does our education system produce tomorrow’s workforce? What happens when the system fails some people? Graham Chambers…

Develop Your Business

How to Develop Your Business

7th March 2019

Inside Business with Scott Pheby is a series of podcasts aimed at small business owners and entrepreneurs, offering insight and ways to improve and develop your business. In this episode, Scott talks to Danny and Alex from Shift Momentum. So engrossed in the day-to-day running of your business that you’re neglecting your growth aspirations? Alex…

R&D Tax Credits

The Significant Benefit of R&D Tax Credits

7th March 2019

Inside Business with Scott Pheby is a series of podcasts aimed at small business owners and entrepreneurs, offering insight and ways to improve and develop your business. In this episode, Scott talks to Antony Beak from Jumpstart. Research and development isn’t all about lab coats, laboratories and Petri dishes; R&D can encompass a whole range…

Cashflow Forecasting

Cashflow Forecasting and Why You Shouldn’t Bury Your Head in the Sand

6th March 2019

In 1972, two psychologists, James Averill and Miriam Rosenn, invited undergraduates from UC Berkeley to participate in an experiment. They asked them to take part in a study that involved the students receiving electric shocks in exchange for $2 an hour (equivalent to $11 an hour today). They convinced 80 students to agree. What Happened?…

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