We promised more blog posts for hair and beauty salon owners, so today we’re looking at the financial implications of the popular ‘rent-a-chair’ model.
The Chancellor’s 2015 March Budget was clearly aimed at winning the votes of savers and pensioners in the May General Election. The key points are highlighted in this post.
For many people, VAT is something you pay on services and products (and maybe the odd pasty or two). For others, particularly business owners, VAT is a quarterly bill they have to pay and the thought of it fills them with apprehension. Although it’s only three little letters, VAT (Value Added Tax) can often feel huge for small businesses.