Month: March 2019

BCC “downgrades” UK economic growth in response to Brexit uncertainty

29 Mar 2019

The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has this month downgraded its growth expectations for the UK economy in response to “continued Brexit uncertainty”.


Barclays announce £14 billion fund to support UK businesses

28 Mar 2019

Barclays bank have announced plans for a major lending fund worth £14 billion pounds, which will help small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to flourish once the UK has left the European Union (EU).


Businesses losing out on £6.7 billion by using out of date accounting systems

27 Mar 2019

Research carried out by Barclaycard found that more than one-fifth of finance officers consider their accounting software is outdated, while 16 per cent revealed that companies are not making the most of early payment discounts, losing an estimated £6.7 billion


BoE holds interest rates as businesses cut back on investment ahead of Brexit

22 Mar 2019

The Bank of England’s (BoE) Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) has unanimously voted to maintain the UK interest rate at 0.75 per cent amid uncertainty about the potential nature and timing of the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union.


HMRC reveals MTD registration takes seven working days

21 Mar 2019

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has warned that registration for Making Tax Digital (MTD) for VAT will take up to seven days to complete and will not be a real-time service.


UK electronics sector boasts two thirds of growth in UK industry

20 Mar 2019

According to a new report by Make UK and Santander manufacturing, the UK electronics sector experienced fast rapid growth in 2018.


Many businesses unaware of the criminal offences associated with tax evasion

18 Mar 2019

Three-quarters of businesses are unaware of the corporate criminal offences relating to activity which is seen to facilitate tax evasion.


March 2019 Newswire

18 Mar 2019

No-deal Brexit: Details published of temporary tariff regime

15 Mar 2019

The Government has this month published details of the UK’s temporary tariff regime should the UK leave the EU without a deal later this year.


Chancellor wants to tackle late payments in the UK

14 Mar 2019

Currently, in the UK, late payments are a serious issue, especially for small medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) who have to chase invoices from large suppliers, thus causing a disruption in the channel with resellers.


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