National Coding Week was first launched in 2014 in a bid to tackle the UK’s growing digital skills shortage. It has now become an annual event to get as many people as possible to learn about coding and to encourage industry experts to share their knowledge.
Capital allowances are a form of tax relief when your business buys a capital asset such as machinery, equipment or vehicles. They are regarded as a business expense, and you may be able to deduct some of the cost away from your profit before working out the tax you owe.
Apprenticeships can play an important role within a company, bringing in a fresh perspective to the business. An apprentice can develop new skills and knowledge from on and off-the-job training which can be harnessed to fill specialist skill gaps within your company.
Many end-clients require contractors to be at least partially on-site, but negotiating some time to work from home (WFH) is entirely feasible. Whether you provide services through an agency or directly to the end-client, it’s important to approach working from home with care.
There are many reasons why you may eventually want to close down your limited company. Our short guide looks at a few different ways a limited company can be closed down depending on its financial circumstances at the time.