Outstanding invoices compromise your business’s cashflow. When you supply goods and services, you expect to be paid on time. Yet Britain has a deeply embedded culture of late payments.
Nobody likes to think about being hit by something that could jeopardise their business, but it’s critical to your business’s survival that you do so. And once you have a plan in place, you can rest assured you are prepared for whatever the world throws at you. Download PDF for Offline Reading
If your property business pays subcontractors or spends substantially on construction you must make sure you are compliant and register with HMRC. Don’t risk hefty penalties.
What can you do before 29 March 2019?As the clock continues to tick down there is still much uncertainty around what Brexit will mean for UK business. What is certain is that it will bring change for businesses of every size and sector, but planning for it seems almost impossible. For businesses that buy and […]
With little time left until Brexit occurs, HMRC has written to all VAT registered businesses to give guidance about how VAT on imports would function in the event of a no-deal.
There is still uncertainty around what Brexit will mean and planning for a “No Deal” scenario seems sensible right now. Here is a easy to follow checklist with links to where you can get more information on each aspect.