The Cash Flow News Weekly

So, what’s been going on this week? Labour is behind Small Businesses Ed Miliband has been in the news a lot recently – but for a good reason! The Labour party has announced plans to become the party ‘for small businesses’ – by increasing corporation tax that bigger firms pay on their profits.  This would cost bigger companies almost £800 million a year – which, Miliband has promised, will be handed to out to smaller businesses in the form of lower business rates. This is a stark change to the Conservative party, who claim that … Continue reading

The Cash Flow News Weekly

So, what’s been going on in the world this week? Business Matters offer their cash flow tips Business Matters, the UK’s leading SME business magazine, has published tips from Emily Coltman of FreeAgent for keeping the cash flowing through your business. She covered numerous points, including planning ahead and staying true to the plan, and commented that there are “many useful tools available to help you draw up cashflow forecasts” – we might know one! Coltman advised business owners to consider upfront payment, hopefully saving time on invoicing. It also lessens the risk of not … Continue reading

The Cash Flow News Weekly

It’s Friday again, and that means it’s time for the Cash Flow News Weekly! So what’s been in the news this week? Kodak emerges from bankruptcy Kodak has come out of bankruptcy, after leaving behind many of the businesses that made it famous. The company has moved on to selling printing equipment and services, aimed at businesses. Kodak’s personal film businesses, which includes 105,000 photo kiosks around the world and souvenir photos at amusement parks, is now owned by its UK pension fund. The company was founded in 1892 and was famed for making photography accessible to … Continue reading