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Incentive pay can be a good way to recognise and encourage employees, motivating them to work better for your business. A badly thought-out scheme, on the other hand, can be divisive and demoralising.
As the owner-manager of a small or medium enterprise, your own financial affairs are likely to be closely entwined with the way you run your business.
An effective treasurer is a vital part of running a community organisation. But taking on the role is a significant responsibility, with even the smallest organisations facing financial red tape and tax regulations.
Good advisers can make a huge difference to a business. From the start, they can ensure that a new business is set up the right way, with effective financial systems, the right contracts and an understanding of the key legal issues.
Using the right advisers helps ensure that you deal with important financial, legal and other issues the right way. Advisers can also act as an excellent sounding board for your ideas, offering general guidance as well as specialist expertise.
Whether you are importing or exporting, there are important VAT and duty rules and procedures. These depend on whether you are dealing with a customer or supplier in another European Union (EU) country, or with the rest of the world.
The Government has announced plans to ‘Make tax digital’. But, what is it, when is it being introduced and what could it mean for you?
Understanding and dealing with the legal issues involved in exporting leaves you free to get on with building your export sales. Fortunately, there is plenty of help available. The government is keen to help exporters and business support organisations can provide both general and country-specific advice.