In 2013, no less than 520,000 new businesses started life in the UK. It’s normally reckoned that most new businesses that survive the first two years will succeed and go on to be permanent...
If a business is in trouble, techniques for affecting a turnaround are fairly simple and straightforward but they do require disciplined and often ruthless execution.
Our recent auto-enrolment survey has found "worrying" levels of confusion and complacency among small business owners about their imminent requirement to start a workplace pension. Key statistics...
Financial considerations for starting a small business
Five of the best small business turnaround tips
Inertia and confusion reign as SMEs struggle to get to grips with auto-enrolment
Blending sustainability with business performance
Sustainability is a mantra that few industries have been able to avoid in recent years from oil companies to professional se ...
Working in insolvency can be tough. Let's give ourselves a high-5
It is always a great feeling to save a company and watch it flourish for the benefit of its various stakeholders: employees, ...
How is the Charitable Incorporated Organisation structure working?
A new form of structure for charities, the Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO), became available in England and Wales ...
Top accounting pitfalls charities should be wary of
The Charity Commission has recently published two new Statements of Recommended Practice (SORPS) for large charities and sma ...
The interest hikes are coming. But what do they mean for business recovery?
If you have been keeping up with current affairs you will have seen that over the past six months or so there has been a lot ...
Is your payroll system up to the challenge of auto-enrolment?
With auto-enrolment around the corner for most SMEs, if you haven't already, you will need to ensure your payroll system com ...
Entrepreneurial accounting: Advice for start-ups
Accounting is not usually the first thing entrepreneurs focus on when they decide to set up a new business venture. In many ...
You don’t need to be a fan of horror films to find the image compelling – an army of half-dead zombies roaming about aimlessly until someone puts them out of their misery.
The hype had verged on the astronomical. But when the beaming Duchess of Cambridge emerged from a London hospital in July with a future king nestling in her arms, not just Britain, but much of the wor [ ... ]
Since its introduction in 2011, the Renewable Heat Incentive has opened up a business opportunity for an organisation to reduce its energy bills through installing renewable heat technology.
London Chartered Accountants
HW Fisher & Company is a commercially astute firm of London chartered accountants providing financial and strategic business services to entrepreneurial small and medium-sized enterprises, large corporates and high-net worth individuals.
We are ranked as a UK top 30 chartered London accountancy firm with a broad range of services including; audit; corporate taxation; private client services; business turnaround and recovery; royalty auditing and licensing; business sustainability; strategic planning and inward investment.
Our London-based offices service clients regionally, nationally and overseas.
At HW Fisher, our chartered accountancy services are tailored to each individual client, ensuring premium service delivery, value for money, quality and consistency.