Real Business talks to James McGoldrick, co-owner of Bradfords Gifts, about how the company is navigating Brexit to ensure a smooth transition.
With Brexit on the verge of ‘getting done’ Alison Horner, indirect tax partner at MHA MacIntyre Hudson, looks at the outlook for VAT in 2020, arguing companies need to adapt both to changes brought about by Brexit and from new EU measures to combat fraud.
Businesses in the beauty sector need to spruce up VAT skills or face some harsh treatment from the HMRC.
Making exporting as convenient as popping down to your local high street Boots store is the aim of new venture Export Growth Partners.
Reclaiming VAT is worth doing – if your business is entitled to money, why wouldn’t you claim it? Initially it might seem like a headache, but with the right know-how and the right tools, it could help your bottom line.
New laws that ensure businesses selling online pay the right amount in tax, and which make online marketplaces more accountable for VAT fraud, have come into force in the UK.
Ahead of the chancellor’s first ever Spring Statement on 13 March, Philip Hammond has been called upon to use his speech to tackle late payment culture.
According to Ann Jones, MD of Europe at VAT IT, the current VAT rise – a consequence of leaving the Customs Union – will push the cash flow of UK businesses to breaking point. However, these issues are being hidden behind the main Brexit headlines.
While revenue, profit and costs are all equally important, your cash management, in terms of your daily, weekly, monthly trading, is what keeps your company afloat. Ignore it at your peril.
For the government to meet our demands for better healthcare and education, it first has to earn revenue from somewhere. So it pays to know the difference between tax and duty, its primary sources.
Having already moved into the enterprise space through the creation of Amazon Web Services and Amazon Marketplace, the commerce company has created Amazon Business to meet procurement needs.
As a self-described man of words, not numbers, Simon Whitehead is not a fan of managing business cash flow – but knows how key it is at the start of a year.