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Should I register for VAT in the EU?
08 April 2021

If you wish to trade with the EU following the end of the Brexit transition period, you may need to register for VAT in the single market. In this article, we will explain how and why you need to do so. Why should I register for VAT in the EU?
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Do I need to set up an EU subsidiary?
08 April 2021

“Should I set up a company in the EU” is among the most common questions we receive now that the UK has left the single market. However, the answer isn’t always as straightforward as yes or no. There are both advantages and disadvantages to registering a company in the EU.
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Coronavirus Restart Grant
07 April 2021

Businesses in the non-essential retail, hospitality, leisure, personal care and accommodation sectors can now access one-off cash grants of up to £18,000 from their local council. The Restart Grant scheme opened nationally on 1 April 2021 and is now being rolled out by local authorities across England.
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What is an EORI number and how do I get one?
01 April 2021

If you move goods between Great Britain and the EU, you must get an Economic Operators Registration and Identification (EORI) number. But what is an EORI number and what is it used for? In this blog, we’ll explain everything you need to know about EORI numbers and how to register.
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Just months left to secure right to work under EU Settlement Scheme, businesses warned
26 March 2021

There are now just two months left to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme to secure the right to live and work in the UK, businesses have been warned. The report comes shortly before the 30 June 2021 deadline, after which workers may be forced to return to their home countries should they not apply in time.
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Student loan thresholds to rise from 6 April 2021
22 March 2021

At the start of the new tax year in April the thresholds for student loans will increase, which may affect employees that are repaying their academic fees. The threshold for student loan Plan 1 will increase from £19,390 to £19,895 from this date, and employees on Plan 2 will see their student loan threshold rise from £26,575 to £27,295.
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HMRC updates tax rules and calculations on ultra-low emission vehicles
22 March 2021

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has released new guidance that brings changes to the company car benefit calculations, as the Government looks to encourage greater use of ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEV). Under the new rules, if a ULEV has a CO2 emission figure of 1-50g/km, businesses will now need to provide the...
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Almost two-fifths of small businesses are looking to trade overseas
22 March 2021

Despite the impact that Brexit has had on trade in the UK, a new survey conducted by YouGov has found that 38 per cent of small businesses are likely to trade overseas this year. The study, commissioned by Lawbite, found that of the 791 small businesses questioned two-fifths were planning to trade overseas, which scaled...
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National Living Wage and National Minimum Wage rates to increase from 1 April
22 March 2021

The Government is pressing ahead with plans to increase the rates of the National Living Wage (NLW) and the National Minimum Wage (NMW) from 1 April 2021, while people aged 23 and 24 will be entitled to the National Living Wage for the first time. The NLW will rise from £8.72 an hour to £8.91 an hour, the NMW for people aged...
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Business rates review report delayed
22 March 2021

The Government has announced that the final report of its fundamental review of business rates will be delayed and will be published in the autumn. It says that by then there should be greater clarity about the economic situation and the future of the public finances. The review was announced by Rishi Sunak at his Budget a year ago...
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