Minimum Wage and National Living Wage increases The national living wage and the minimum wage will rise from April 2019. Over two million workers will see their pay increase next April, as the National Living Wage increases to £8.21 an hour. This is the hourly rate for those aged 25 or over and working in Britain The minimum wage for those aged 16-24 also will also increase, whilst the pay for apprentices will increase by 20p an hour.v

Delivered by Chancellor Philip Hammond on Monday, the 2018 Budget had some important announcements for small businesses, contractors and freelancers.

The statement was welcomed by some business figureheads, but criticised by others. In this blog post, we unpack some of the key announcements and explain how they may affect your business finances.

we reveal five apps that will help you stay on top of your business finances and grow your business.
Editor | 26 February 2018
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On average, people are supposed to check our phones 85 times a day. But we bet that entrepreneurs use their phones an awful lot more than that.
Many entrepreneurs run their lives via their mobile phones, keeping appointments, organising staff and managing tasks - so doesn’t it make sense to manage your business finances there too?
In this blog post, we reveal five apps that will help you stay on top of your business finances and grow your business.