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It’s been an exciting month here at Cottons Chartered Accountants with everything from one of our staff achieving the highest global Corporate Finance and Advice exam score, to our new London branch embracing local currency. Here’s what’s been going on in detail…
Recent findings indicate that 46% of UK small businesses are not knowledgeable about tax relief that is available from the government. In our latest article we discuss the best tax relief for small businesses
As HMRC win most tax avoidance cases they bring forward we discuss how to be tax efficient without being tax evasive
As banks become more open to lending to all sorts of businesses again, this article explains how to obtain bank funding.
When considering the characteristics of a good accountant, adjectives such as rational and logical often crop up but it takes a lot more than patience and numerical skills to make an exceptional accountant.
There are currently three different rates of value added tax which apply to most commercial enterprises; standard, reduced and zero. We explain them all in this article.
Value Added Tax, aka VAT, is excised on the sale of most goods and services. VAT, most commonly charged at 20%, is added to the cost of goods or services. Here’s everything you need to know about how it works.
On July 20th our very own Lisa Malone set off on a gruelling cycle that would take her from Daventry to Paris. Cycling as part of the Daventry Cycle Club Lisa raised over £1,000 for Cancer Research.
After moving to Chestnut Field House in 2013, Cottons Chartered Accountants in Rugby have now acquired ownership of the property following a six-figure funding deal with Royal Bank of Scotland.
Invoice Factoring can provide a solution to funding for many small businesses. This article tells you everything you need to know about invoice factoring.
The differences between debt funding and equity funding and the pros and cons of each for different businesses
Cottons Chartered Accountants congratulate client James Golding for his record success and ongoing strength.
In a bid to make paying taxes more accessible the Government announced their ‘Making Tax Digital’ initiative. Here’s what you need to know
An article covering everything you need to know about National Insurance Contributions
Cottons Associate Partner Ollie Warne lead a group of business owners in a presentation regarding business and accounting in Cottons Chartered Accountants first Business Learning Session
On Friday 7th July, Cottons Chartered Accountants Northampton officially opened the doors of our new office and celebrated the move with colleagues and clients alike.