Mo’ money, Mo’vember!
There's no accounting for style in the CBHC office this month - our
team have gone all out to grow (or stick on, in the case of the ladies)
the biggest and wackiest moustaches possible...
We all enjoyed the Diamond Jubilee earlier this month, but have you
ever considered how anniversary celebrations can result in positive PR
for your firm?
Admittedly, we're not advocating anything near to the scale of the
Queen's Jubilee weekend pageantry, but it's well worth celebrating any
company anniversaries that occur...
Search & employ
So you're looking for new staff, and you've drafted a job advert - but where do you put it?
It's all very well coming up with a tempting job description, working
out a suitable salary, and listing the essential qualities of your
ideal candidate, but if you don't put that advert in the right place
then you might not reach your perfect new employee...
How can businesses make sure the Olympics only have a positive impact on their operations?
Unless you've been living under a rock for the past year or so,
chances are you won't have failed to notice that the London 2012 Olympic
Games are almost upon us - but what might this mean for businesses, and
how can they prepare?
There are many types of business in our region that will see a very
positive impact on their bottom line, thanks to the influx of visitors
that this world-renowned sporting event will bring into the area - while
training camp locations have been identified across the country,
bringing the business benefits to an even greater geographical area...
There are business awards running in every sector, and in every region - but how and why should you enter?
Firstly, we're going to tackle the ‘why'...
Keep it in the family
One of the biggest challenges for family businesses is choosing how
to pass the company onto the next generation, balancing the needs of the
individuals involved as well as the company's interests...
How to put together a social media policy
The popularity explosion of social media has been great for both
business and personal networking, but how do you make sure that your
employees' use of these platforms doesn't end up having a negative
impact on your business?
Developing a written policy on the acceptable use of
social media benefits employees and employers alike...
Get the best
When it comes to something as important as choosing your next team
member, it pays to employ a rigorous recruitment process...
A budget for business
The Chancellor had promised to deliver a budget ‘backing business',
and for the most part he has done so, since the measures announced have
certainly favoured business rather than pleasure...
Top tips on increasing productivity
Maximising your staff's efficiency and output is absolutely critical
to your business' success...
You don't need to be Lord Sugar to take on an Apprentice, but you do
need to be just as selective in your choice, as you would with any
Shooting Stars at CBHC!
Damien Barrett achieves ACCA qualification
Kinga McLaughlin achieves ACCA qualification
The ACCA is the main body for the accounting profession, and their
qualifications are highly prized throughout the world...
CBHC Chartered Accountants LLP appoints non-exec Chairman
Continuing the firm's commitment to deliver a superior accountancy
service, CBHC has once again broken the mould with the appointment of a
Small business, big talent: how EMIs can help you attract the best staff
People aren't just part of a business, they make it...
Enhanced Capital Allowances
In a bid to encourage increased use of renewable energy, the
government has introduced a variety of financial incentives to
businesses, including Enhanced Capital Allowances (ECAs) for certain
green technology investments...
Top Tips on how to save tax, lock in talent and justify a new company car!
May's top tips article from CBHC is like a little bag of treats -
there's sure to be something in here which will make your business
The Government is working to deliver new streams of funding for
small businesses, but how can you make sure your company benefits? Read
on to find out what steps you can take now to make the right impression
when it matters...
A Budget for Business?
Essex accountants CBHC deliver an analysis of what the Growth & Innovation Budget means for SMEs
If George Osborne's words are to be believed, then this Budget is all
about supporting enterprise, kick-starting Britain's economy through
the private sector and assisting the ‘unsung heroes' of the British
economy - SMEs...
Pensions get lean (not mean)
The Government has announced that the state pension system needs an
overhaul, and in a bold move, decided to do away with means-testing...
5 top tips for motivating your employees
If downturn worries have taken a toll on your staff, try these five easy steps to increasing morale and productivity:
Small investment, big rewards
As an accredited Train to Gain provider, we can now deliver a range
of strategic planning services that are part-funded by the government...
When a small investment goes a long way
What if there was a way of refining your business plan into a
concise tool to improve profitability? What if you could receive heavily
subsidised training on how to create and use this document? Interested?
Then read this article to find out how we are now offering this
exciting new service to our clients...