bdhc’s blog

bdhc’s blog

25 Apr 2019

Do I need staff?

Depending on the type of business which you are running, then you might be starting to wonder if you need to employee any staff, or if you will be ok going it alone.

29 Mar 2019

BDHC’s guide to Making Tax Digital (MTD) for VAT

On 1st April 2019, Making Tax Digital for VAT (MTD for VAT) comes into force for VAT registered businesses with taxable turnover over £85,000.

14 Mar 2019

How much can I earn?

This is one of the most common questions that we get asked, especially from start up businesses.

20 Feb 2019

Year End Tax Planning with BDHC

Previously on the blog we have looked at our top 5 tax savings tips – which you might want to revisit, along with the Marriage Allowance and Tax Free Childcare, if you haven’t already done so.

15 Feb 2019

BDHC announce team-wear sponsorship deal with Llandaff RFC

Bdhc are delighted to announce our recent sponsorship deal with Llandaff RFC, as part of our commitment to supporting grassroots rugby in Cardiff.

09 Nov 2018

Trivial Benefits & Christmas Parties

With Christmas just around the corner (less than 50 days away now!) we thought it was time for a quick recap of the rules surrounding staff and annual parties/function.

01 Nov 2018

How do I create a Sales Invoice?

If you’ve been following our #backtobasics blog articles, then you should now know a bit more about setting up a Limited Company and whether you need to be VAT registered.

10 Oct 2018

Do I need to be VAT registered?

Our previous #backtobasics blog article talked about how to get your Limited Company up and running.

20 Sep 2018

Setting up your own limited company

Once you’ve decided to run your own business, there are several ways in which you can trade.

11 Sep 2018

Are you ready to start your own business?

Many people wonder deep down if they could really make a go of running their own business. It is not for everyone but the following is a list of attributes that successful business owners have.

04 Sep 2018

Tax is changing in Wales

From April 2019, Wales will start to exercise its authority to set its own income tax rates.