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New Wave of High Interest Fixed Rate IFISAs Now Tempting Savers, But What are the Risks?

Pros and cons of innovative finance ISA

With the introduction of many new products with interest rates that outweigh cash Isa and savings rates, the field of the innovative finance ISA (IFISA) continues to expand. While the new breed of innovative ISAs offers attractive rates of returns, they are not without risks. If anything, they bring with them additional risk. To determine […]

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What the New Stamp Duty Holiday Means for Homebuyers

The number of buyers searching for Doeshomes in the UK has risen greatly ever since the Chancellor’s announcement of a stamp duty holiday. In July of this year, Chancellor Rishi Sunak made the announcement of a temporary stamp duty holiday for homebuyers in England and Northern Ireland; the stamp duty holiday will remain effective until […]

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Build your perfect video CV with QFinds.

We would like to introduce you to our sister venture at QFinds – a free video CV builder app. It is created to help you build and edit your perfect video résumé in a few quick steps. The app generates a personalised link that you can share with potential employers. A good video CV is […]

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Automatic Enrolment: Getting the Basics Right

What Is Automatic Enrolment? Automatic enrolment is the UK Government’s initiative under the Pensions Act 2008 to help more people save for retirement through a pension scheme at work. A report conducted by the Government in 2005 disclosed that many people were not saving into a pension plan and even those that were hadn’t been […]

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Accounting for Jargon: Common Bookkeeping Terms Explained

Every business owner and even laymen should have at least a basic understanding of common accounting terms. You never know when you’ll face an accounting emergency! So, without further ado, let’s look at some essential accounting terms that you need to know about: Essential Accounting Terms Balance Sheet A financial statement that captures the company’s […]

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How You Can Avail the ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ Scheme

The UK government has introduced a new scheme called ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ to help the food, beverage, and hospitality industry to recover. You and your loved ones can now avail a hefty 50% discount (with a maximum of £10 per person) whenever you eat or drink out throughout August. Let’s learn more about […]

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VAT Flat Rate Scheme – Why it May Not Be Good for Your Business Anymore

VAT or (Value-Added Tax) has always been more or less a nuisance for business owners. But recently, the VAT Flat Rate Scheme has also been changed in ways that don’t make it viable any longer for businesses. In 2017, the UK government introduced revisions in the VAT Flat Rate Scheme, which has existed since the […]

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SEIS: Tax Incentive for Your Startup’s First Investors

One of the toughest parts of running your own business is to get investors willing to put their money into your organization. It can be not easy to find investors for your business, especially if you are running a startup that implies a higher risk and hence, a higher possibility of loss. But if startups […]

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