On the evening of Wednesday, 3 March 2021, we found out we are Xero Award Winners! We won the Total Xero award at the UK & EMEA 2021 Xero Awards, one of the most prestigious awards in the accounting and finance industry.
On 31st December 2020, the Brexit transition period ended and the rules around importing and exporting goods and services to the EU changed. Find out more about the VAT MOSS scheme.
We are Xero Award Finalists 2021.
We have been nominated for a national award by Xero! We are one of just three finalists, from thousands of confirmed entries from across the country, up for the Total Xero Award.
The transition period is almost over and on the 1st January 2021, the UK will have officially left the EU. In this post, we look at how Brexit is affecting those businesses Selling Goods Business to Business.
On 31st December 2020, the transition period comes to an end and on 1st January 2021, the UK will have left the EU. There are some important implications for business-to-consumer businesses on the imports and exports of goods from the EU and the rest of the world.
Since Rishi Sunak’s original announcement there have been significant revisions to the Job Support Scheme (JSS) that commences 1st November 2020. It will run for six months and below we deal with the details currently released by the government.
Another week, another webinar. This time we’re part of Jetpack Marketing’s webinar series ‘Success In The New Economy’ talking about – Why should SMEs move to the cloud?
On Thursday 12 November at 10 am we are hosting a free webinar, as part of the Leicester Business Festival.
Rishi Sunak delivered his Winter Statement and we have taken this opportunity to surmise the most widely available and relevant reliefs and updates.
The government’s announcement that the Job Support Scheme will replace the Job Retention Scheme at the end of October for at least the next six months has forced us to realise that these measures are only temporary.
The COVID-19 Job Retention Scheme is now being updated at the start of every month and we have put together a guide explaining Flexible Furlough and a brief timeline of the changes that are being phased in.
As the country lurches back into action and the lockdown eases we take a look at one of the most generous tax reliefs available to investors and business owners, the Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme.
Rishi Sunak’s Summer statement (2020) was full of incentives and stimulus designed to keep the economy afloat and people employed.
The Job Retention Scheme changes detailed below deal strictly with the transition and changes made between June and July. Further updates for August, September and October will become available at a later date.
As experts in accounting for e-commerce businesses, we see a lot of startup and smaller E-commerce sellers tying themselves in knots over the VAT rules.
Business owners have become accustomed to the new normal and the government-funded reliefs are doing most of what they were intended to do.
The Job Retention Scheme was initially intended to cease on 30 June 2020 but has unsurprisingly been extended.
A lot of enterprising individuals have started selling online via an ecommerce store and as accountants specialising in ecommerce we get quite a few enquiries around the same topics.