First and foremost, a very Happy New Year from all the team here at Inform Accounting. We hope you’ve had a great Christmas break, and we look forward to being of assistance throughout a prosperous 2019.
Open a store on the high street and your local ‘catchment area’ might extend a few miles. Sell online, and well, the world is your oyster.
If you’re planning on going global with your e-commerce empire though, you’ll need to become au fait with the raft of regulations that come with international trading.
While all new retailers will put their heart and soul into sales and distribution, the returns process can often be something of an afterthought. After all, in an ideal world, you won’t be getting any products returned - right?
The season of giving is upon us once more, and lo and behold, at this time of year, even HMRC gets in on the goodwill act.
There are a number of small Christmas tax breaks available to businesses on festive gifts and celebrations,
The introduction of the residence nil rate band (RNRB) opens up the possibility of leaving the family home to successive generations without triggering an inheritance tax charge. It is available for deaths on or after 6 April 2017.
As one of the Midlands’ leading Xero partners, we were recently invited along to Xerocon London 2018. It’s the sixth time we’ve attended Xero’s annual partner conference, and, as ever, it proved a fantastic event - this time centred around the #HumanAtHeart theme.