“We are Having to Pay for Inflation”

“We are Having to Pay for Inflation”

The latest results show that inflation in the UK is now at its fastest pace in 40 years. According to the latest statistics, the consumer price index (CPI) rose by 9.4% year-on-year as a whole. Among them, milk, edible oil and flour all increased by more than 20%....
Being or Set up as a Sole Trader

Being or Set up as a Sole Trader

Nowadays, more and more people want to start their own businesses or become their own bosses. Although the business model is not so complicated, they also face a series of problems such as taxation. Three quarters of businesses in the UK are currently self-employed...
Knowing the Tax Investigation

Knowing the Tax Investigation

Some self-employed individuals sometimes face sudden tax audits, often for no single fixed reason. Sometimes HMRC suspects that inaccurate tax returns can trigger serious tax investigations. Once the lengthy investigation begins, it will be complicated and a headache...
Teaching Kids About Money

Teaching Kids About Money

The summer holiday is approaching. As usual, you may want to take your kids to Europe for a holiday to get close to nature and enjoy life. In fact, the UK is going through a long special period this year, which has left many people no longer having more disposable...
Renewing your tax credits claim

Renewing your tax credits claim

The deadline to renew the tax credit is July 31, and all applicants must renew their tax credit entitlement annually. If you have applied for tax credits before, you better hurry up and update them online or on the app. Each year, HMRC will automatically send you a...
Buying a Home: Home Loans

Buying a Home: Home Loans

In recent years, more and more people are planning to buy real estate in the UK, especially the enthusiasm for buying a house with a loan remains high. There are many different types of loans on the market today, the most common types being fixed interest mortgages...