Croydon articles

Overdrawn Director's Loan Account Help

Posted on May 01, 2015 by Julie Frost

Over the last twelve months we have seen an increase in enquiries from directors of limited companies worried about their overdrawn director’s loan accounts. A combination of factors notably the reluctance of banks to lend to small businesses and a reduction in profits have conspired against directors of small companies. The result being many are now facing an overdrawn director’s loan account as well as an additional tax bill!

Small business in Croydon

Posted on November 27, 2014 by Jeremy Frost

Well, our economy is growing, unemployment is dropping, even Scotland doesn't want to leave.  And for Croydon the good news keeps on coming,  The past twenty years of under investment and lack of leadership is being rectified.  The small business community is buoyant right?  Investing in the future to maximise their opportunities?  Sadly not.

Crowd funding explained

Posted on June 03, 2014 by FGL

Crowd funding is not new - for example the Statue of Liberty was crowd funded in 1885 - but the internet has made the process much more accessible and it is really taking off.

Shear folly or share folly

Posted on March 03, 2014 by Patrick Wadsted

The UK domestic appliances market is worth £3.2 billion a year. It is notoriously low margin.