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HMRC Online

HMRC’s online webinars, videos and tools help small businesses with self-assessment.

There are a number of free webinars to seek advice that take place, mostly in January, and plenty of information on their YouTube channel. There is a handy tool that allows you to calculate your tax bill if you are self employed – very useful digital skills all year round but especially before the end of January – take a look today!

Digital Fife

There’s a host of free online courses for learning more about digital – from using GoogleMail, downloading new software or getting started with online banking for your small business.

The how-to guides offer a great starting point for new digital skills – such as Skype, online security or social media.


How to guide

Learn My Way

UK online centres & Tinder Foundation’s Learn My Way platform: full of guides and step-by-step courses to learning the very basics of computer and digital – using the internet and email. There’s also really helpful guides to online banking and social media – ideal if you’re a small business (or you know a small business) getting started with digital.

There’s also an application for becoming a Digital Champion if you want to learn how to support others getting online.


Business Is Great

Do More Online help and tools to help a small business take the next digital step: guides to using social media effectively, getting started with or improving digital marketing (with lots of ideas how!), building a website, online safety and doing business finances online.

There’s also videos with experts for building an online presence – selling online with, building a business Facebook London page and many more.

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Expert Videos

Bank Online

Online banking makes it even easier for you to pay clients, receive customer payments, keep on top of loan repayments or expand your business. Online banking saves you time to get back to what is important – running your small business! Learn all about it online.

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