Starting your own business can be a daunting task. The Financial Times Guide to Business Start Up is a comprehensive and trusted guide that will cover every important aspect of your business start up. It offers essential guidance on everything from developing your business idea, to your obligations as an employer. It remains the only small business guide to be updated annually, making it the most up-to-date resource and reference book for anybody serious about starting and growing their own business. This edition has been completely revised to reflect the latest tax and legal changes to coincide with the budget announcement. It also offers valuable advice on all of the crucial areas of running a business, and has been fully updated to reflect today's business environment, including a new section on e-marketing. Starting a business can feel risky - but this annually updated guide covers all the bases and will ensure both you and your business are heading for success.The self-assessment timetable Under self-assessment, you are required to send HMRC a tax return each year and to pay ... You are responsible for working out how much tax to pay, though you can ask your tax office to do the sums provided you get your return back early enough. ... 30 December Latest date for filing your return online if you owe less than Ap2, 000 tax and want it to be collected throughanbsp;...
|Title||:||Business Start Up 2009|
|Publisher||:||Pearson Education - 2008-09-25|