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Blog // 19/03/2019

How competitive is the UK’s tax system in relation to others?

Although the government is proud of the UK’s position with its most competitive tax system in the G20, initiatives such as the BEPS (Base Erosion and Profit Shifting) project, which has already been adopted by 124 countries, making it harder to stand out from the crowd. With tax becoming an increasingly important global topic, the […]

Blog // 19/03/2019

Is your profit data misleading you? Part 1 – valuable insight

Tim Dunn – Strategic Advisory Partner Developing good products and services is important, but it is not everything – commercially there are a number of pieces of the jigsaw that need to come together if a business is to achieve its potential and fulfil the owner’s dreams. Ultimately, profitability must be a key consideration – […]

Blog // 19/03/2019

Is your profit data misleading you? Part 2 – applying to the business

Tim Dunn – Strategic Advisory Partner In part one we examined the data challenges that face many SMEs and the power in defining what data you need and the difference between detailed analysis verses meaningful analysis. Now it’s time to consider what parts of your business you want to understand better. Stage 1 – define […]

Blog // 15/03/2019

The customer is king but are they delivering value?

Chris Maloney – Strategic Advisory Partner A business must have customers to succeed, right? Well yes, of course, but business owners should be asking whether these are the right type of customer. This is a question that should certainly go beyond the obvious “do they pay on time?” and the focus should be on further […]

Blog // 13/03/2019

Spring Statement 2019 Summary

Will Sweeney – Tax Technical The Spring Statement provided confirmation that the uncertainty over Brexit has hit business investment and growth, with GDP growth predictions decreasing from 1.6% at the budget to 1.2%. Business investment and growth are forecast to start growing again from next year with GDP growth of 1.4% for FY20, then 1.6% […]