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Ways to Make Money from your Website
July 10, 2008
by Rodney Ringler
Websites are one of the top ways to make money online, and there are many ways to make money with your website. Do you want to monetize your Website?

Wall Street Conventional Wisdom and Stock Market Corrections
November 14, 2007
by Steve Selengut
There is an Investment Mindset Solution for the problems that most people have dealing with corrections.

Small Business Corner - What Should I Do With My Profits?
November 05, 2007
by Tom Kelly
If you run a successful business, you are profitable - hopefully very profitable! But, once you become profitable, what should you be doing with all of the profits? Here are 7 effective things that you can do with your profits:

Practical Self Employed Tax Tips
October 25, 2007
by Terry Cartwright
Being Self Employed in the UK carries with it responsibility to sort out your own tax affairs, the first tax tip is to maintain good records of the business income and expenses to minimise tax liability. With tax rates of up to 40%, tax is an essential area to achieve a degree of competence. DIY Accounting produces both Accounting Software templates and Payroll Software templates that ease the record keeping.

Top Self Employed Tax Questions
October 19, 2007
by Terry Cartwright
HMRC enquire into approximately 75,000 self assessment tax returns each year. Most tax enquiries result in extra tax being payable because business turnover has been understated or non allowable business expenses have been claimed, resulting in interest and penalties on the extra tax for that year and sometimes previous years. This guide of frequently asked questions can help avoid such interest and penalties and indicate a few tax tips to be aware of. The higher tax rate in the UK is 40% of net taxable income. DIY Accounting also provides templates to assist in maintaining good records and correct tax returns.

Payroll Essentials for New Employers
October 15, 2007
by Terry Cartwright
An employee is anyone who works on a full time, part time or casual basis for the business and includes company directors. When you engage someone to work for you, you become their employer. Every employer operating a PAYE scheme must have an understanding of the HMCE payroll essentials. Payroll essentials that payroll software packages satisfy include both the knowledge to correctly calculate income tax and national insurance plus legal obligations to each employee.

Vat Schemes and Vat Thresholds
October 10, 2007
by Terry Cartwright
Vat is a tax payable by any taxable person or business on sales income unless exempted or zero rated when the annual level of sales reaches the vat threshold limit, raised to £64,000 p.a. from 1st April 2007. Vat output tax is payable on total sales whether a business has registered for vat or not and important to register for vat when the vat threshold is reached to enable full credit to be claimed by the vat input tax paid on purchases. Minimise vat liability with a vat scheme.

Financial & Accounting (F&A) Offshore Outsourcing Cost matters much to Small Business - A Report
October 09, 2007
by Mani Malarvannan
Small businesses must consider in their Cost Analysis so that they can estimate the overall ROI.

Outsourcing Accounts Receivable (AR) have lots of benefit for Small Business
September 27, 2007
by Mani Malarvannan
Outsourcing Accounts Receivable (AR) have lots of benefit for Small Business. Here we have discussed some of them.

Accounting System Tips For Your Home Business
June 08, 2007
by Gordon Milton
Typically, home based business owners dislike keeping their books of accounts, thinking that as long as money keeps coming in, they will be alright. if you do not keep track of your income, sooner or later you could be in serious trouble with the tax department, so here are some tips on setting up a simple accounting system.

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