What is the difference between a sole trader and a limited company?
At a glance, the difference between a sole trader and a limited company is that the latter is its own legal entity, and the liability of owners or shareholders is therefore limited as a result.
Small firms swagger into spring with ambitious export growth plans
Small UK business owners are eyeing up revenue, jobs and export growth this spring, a new report has found, helped by lower inflation and progress on Brexit. more»
How to generate an extra £5,000 a month for your business
Here, Gary King, managing director of business strategy firm Tendo, leverages his mentoring experience to explain how readers could generate an extra £5,000 for their business each month. more»