VAT efficiency for cost-sensitive SMEs

VAT efficiency for cost-sensitive SMEs

The ‘charge and claim’ cycle associated with Value Added Tax (VAT) often becomes a routine part of running a business but, with VAT contributing significantly to Government’s annual tax receipts, opportunities to improve VAT efficiency should not be overlooked. Cash

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3 tips for choosing cloud accounting software

3 tips for choosing cloud accounting software

Cloud accounting software is not something that can easily be ignored by any business wanting to grow and succeed in the modern world. The benefits of embracing digitisation are extensive, the choice you have at your fingertips equally as vast,

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Can home office costs be met by my limited company?

Can home office costs be met by my limited company?

Whilst many are enjoying the benefits of remote working, lacking a dedicated space from which to do so can wear thin. As such, thoughts turn to creating a more ‘permanent’ and comfortable home office space. If you’re a company director,

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Brexit Support Fund available to SMEs

Brexit Support Fund available to SMEs

Having left the EU, a Brexit Support Fund has been set up to help SMEs overcome the new challenges associated with importing and exporting. Qualifying for the SME Brexit Support Fund In order to qualify for up to £2,000 of

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Tax Day 2021; What can we expect?

Tax Day 2021; What can we expect?

Just weeks after the Chancellor’s Spring Budget, the Treasury will hold what is being dubbed ‘Tax Day’ on 23 March. A raft of consultations which relate to tax policy, but that do not impact upon Government finances, will be released

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Preparing for customs and VAT after Brexit

Preparing for customs and VAT after Brexit

We are less than one month away from the end of the Brexit transition period; the point at which the UK officially leaves the European Union. For businesses, this means new processes, protocols and procedures. In this blog, we explore

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Reduced VAT rate for hospitality sector raises questions

Reduced VAT rate for hospitality sector raises questions

In his Summer Economic Update, the Chancellor announced a temporary 5% rate of VAT for certain hospitality and tourism supplies. Following questions put to them by the Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) about the measure, which applies between 15 July

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