Friday brings the Chancellor, Kwasi Kwarteng his first budget in his new role. It’s the “emergency budget” that was promised during the leadership race and the expectation is that he will unveil a package of tax cuts designed
A shocking 400,000 small firms are continuing to be threatened by the issue of late payment according to the Federation of Small Business (FSB). Their recent Small Business Index shows that a third of small firms continue to b
No matter what business you are in, fulfilling customer orders and increasing sales revenue will undoubtedly be one of your main priorities. However, at times fulfilling those orders can put pressure on your cashflow especiall
The Spring Statement due today will be watched anxiously by businesses up and down the country. It will be the Chancellors opportunity to provide his view of the impact of the war in Ukraine on the economy which is still strug
It’s been just over 4 months now since I joined Pulse Cashflow, and it’s been a busy and exciting time.
With the next budget due on the 3 March, business owners across the UK will be waiting with bated breath, to hear what Chancellor Rishi Sunak will deliver to support business recovery as we look towards the end of Covid-19 rest
2020 will go down in the history books for all the wrong reasons. The Coronavirus Pandemic threw the world into the unknown and it occupied the headlines and influenced our actions every step of the way. H
Toni Dare, MD, Pulse Cashflow Finance shares her view on the year ahead
As 2020 begins to come to a close, we ask Toni Dare, Managing Director of Pulse Cashflow to give her view on how the finance sector has been impacted.
The Coronavirus pandemic has had a dramatic effect on UK businesses. With lockdown, a drop-in demand and revenue, businesses found themselves in unchartered waters. The Government threw many lifelines to businesses to help su