A presentation fit for the Queen

Queen's Award

After a royal reception in July, on the 17th of August inniAccounts were officially presented with the Queen’s Award for Enterprise Innovation. Take a peek at our ceremony and find out who visited us in our Derby headquarters. 

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In the news: Head for the Clouds

As your company grows it requires more support and advice from your accountant. Select your supplier wisely and consider how your business relationship can affect your changing circumstances. In this post James talks you through eight important factors to consider before nominating an accountancy service for your company. You need a trusted advisor for everything from the technical day-to-day support, to advanced […]

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In the news: Summer Budget 2015: SME Reaction To The National Living Wage

“I think that many business owners who were geared up to help drive Britain’s productivity and get people working, will have lost interest because they will see little incentive to do so from yesterday’s budget. The drop in Corporation Tax and an increase in Employment Allowance go some way but they are counter-balanced by the […]

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In the news: Budget 2015: Lots for business, little for tech

In this article on ITPro – the site for IT analyses and business insight, our co-founder James, along with other small business leaders expresses his opinion on this year’s budget reforms. See James’ comment on the apprenticeships reform, and many more comments from small business leaders in the full post on ITpro.

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In the news: To contract, or not to contract?

Some contracts open doors for you to earn more, make valuable professional contacts or improve your skill set and experience. Fixed term contracts are an attractive alternative to unemployment and contract rates might even be higher than the ongoing rate. Being a contractor gives you access to lucrative projects or specific clients not easily reachable otherwise. Through contracting you will also expand your […]

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In the news: Capital Gains Tax – a timely guide for contractors

What is Capital Gains Tax and when does it apply? Capital Gains Tax (CGT) was first introduced back in 1965 by James Callaghan, the-then chancellor in Harold Wilson’s Labour government. The original aim was to prevent tax avoidance in the form of people switching their income into capital. With the Summer 2015 Budget around the […]

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In the news: Business And Technology Sectors React To Summer Budget 2015

“As an employer and founder of a tech business that wants to grow, I really welcome the apprenticeship reform. It pains me to see ‘training’ firms punt young people and apprenticeships as cheap labour. We see them as a vital part of our lifeblood, the next generation that will move our businesses on. Investment in the […]

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In the news: Summer Budget 2015 – James joins the Enterprise Nation’s expert panel

Enterprise Nation is inviting small business owners and entrepreneurs to comment in the budget announcement in real-time today. Meet the panel and see how to join: Mark Pearson, founder, MyVoucherCodes and Fuel Ventures James Poyster, founding partner, inniAccounts Jo Sealy, director and founder, To Market Ade Awokoya, founder, East London Export Club Martin Campbell, managing director, Ormsby Street Dan Martin, head of content, Enterprise […]

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In the news: “Brexit”: An uncertainty that has divided the nation

Europhiles and sceptics paint a controversial picture of Britain outside the European Union. Supporters of EU believe in the stability the union provides for small businesses and its importance for economic growth. Opponents, on the other hand, see prosperity in a nation free of restrictions and “membership burdens”. Both parties however unite around the view […]

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