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Are High Rates Affecting Your Business?

If you own a small to medium sized Business in the UK, you may be wondering how high rates can affect your Business; especially after the cost of living crisis the country has been living through over the past year. So the team at Hubu Accountants in Wales thought it would be a good idea to look at whether high rates could affect your Business in the future.

Whether you're a small business owner who is trying to make savings on your business rates, or wondering how to get small business rate relief, the first thing you should do is speak to an Accountant.

According to Forbes, if you're struggling to raise capital for your Business it could be due to increased interest rates attached to business loans. Many people don't realise that this is something your Accountant can help you with, before it becomes an issue.

How can high rates affect my Business in the UK

We've all heard the phrase 'cash is king'. Well in Business, 'cash flow' is king; but this can be affected if Business owners don't keep an eye on how interest rates could affect their Business investments when trying to increase profits.

Analysing and taking control of your Business finances is key in The effects of high interest rates on the economy are also affecting Business owners across several sectors; as consumers are minimising spending across ecommerce platforms.

The Effect of Interest Rates on Business can sometimes be positive though. If you have a high amount of capital in an account that rewards based on balance, you could benefit from the higher interest rates just by having money in the bank.

If you're looking for a new way to raise capital for your Business, why not check out a Government backed recovery loan scheme? This scheme supports small to medium sized Businesses to access funding to help grow their Business. Find out more info here.

Get in touch with Hubu Accountants today to see how we can help you make savings on your Business rates.

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