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Recovery in exports, but uncertain outlook for post-Brexit UK, says survey
10 May 2022

A recovery in UK exports reported in February by The Office of National Statistics (ONS) has been short-lived, according to a new survey. It comes as figures from Germany suggest post-Brexit trade between the two countries has dropped sharply.
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Ports consider legal action after border controls delayed again
05 May 2022

Further delays on border controls at UK ports caused by Brexit have led to some of the country’s biggest ports threatening to sue the Government. According to the Guardian newspaper, they are considering legal action to recover the costs of building border control posts they fear will never be used...
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What impact are Brexit rules having on EU-UK trade?
28 April 2022

Businesses have had to get to grips with many changes to trade with the EU in the post-Brexit era and a new study has suggested that new rules introduced last year have caused a “major shock” to UK-EU trade.
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Setting up in the EU – An alternative solution to Brexit trade challenges?
22 April 2022

Many businesses are still trying to get to grips with the new and changing EU-UK trade rules more than two years on from Brexit. However, a growing number of UK companies are trying an alternative approach – setting up in the EU.
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Don’t ignore the warning signs that you or a customer’s business is in trouble
21 April 2022

You have worked long and hard to get your business up and running and have put your heart and soul into making it successful. The thought of losing it can be incredibly stressful, both for you and any employees who could lose their jobs.
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Keeping a lid on business expenses
21 April 2022

It is always a challenge to keep costs down for businesses, particularly at a time of soaring inflation and steep rises in the cost of utility bills. An expense report is designed to report on any business-related expenses an employee incurs, either by using a company credit card or by using their own funds.
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How can you finance a new business?
21 April 2022

Financing a new venture is a challenge, even harder in the current climate of high inflation, global uncertainty and the backdrop of war in Europe. Difficult, but not impossible. With planning, careful research and the right advice, you should be able to find the finance that is right for you.
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Getting to grips with the new National Insurance and Dividend Tax Rates
21 April 2022

National Insurance and Dividend Tax rates have increased by 1.25 percentage points as of 6 April, as part of the new Health and Social Care levy. These changes have brought additional complications to the payments of National Insurance Contributions (NICs) and dividends that businesses are just getting to grips with.
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Looking to start a new business? You aren’t alone
21 April 2022

The majority of adults will have flirted with the idea of starting a business and becoming the next Branson or Musk. That idea would have been firmly buried for many during the pandemic, but new figures show that nearly 13 per cent of UK adults are running fledgling businesses, according to research...
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R&D Tax Credits – What is changing next year
21 April 2022

Several important changes are happening to research and development (R&D) tax reliefs in April 2023, which could affect what income qualifies for R&D tax relief that businesses need to account for in their plans. These new measures are still being considered by Parliament, but details of the upcoming...
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