57 Ways to Grow Your Business: 3 – Do a Swot Analysis

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As part of your business planning process, conduct a SWOT analysis to help you identify your company’s: Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities Threats Use this to again set actions for improvement. Here are some questions to ask: Strengths What are we really good at? What are our unique skills? Where do we outperform our competitors? Weaknesses What […]

Physical and mental benefits of spending time outdoors

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Nice recent article in the Guardian suggesting we should all get outdoors regularly. For those that don’t know our back story, Green Accountancy was indeed founded to bring environmental matters to small businesses, which in turn was inspired by outdoor hobbies.

Business disclosures on climate change lack clarity

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Nowadays, users of the financial statements want to see more on the financial implications of climate-related impacts on companies. In response to this, more and more businesses are including climate-related information in their financial disclosures, but are still failing to provide sufficient clarity for investors. Jon Williams, sustainability & climate change partner at PwC, believes […]

Minimum pension contribution rates to increase in April

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Minimum contribution rates under automatic enrolment are due to rise from 3% to 5% for employees and 2% to 3% for employers from 6 April 2019. The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) says its research suggests saving behaviour is sticking: the first increase in minimum contributions which took place last year has not prompted […]

“No Deal” Brexit Planning: Intellectual Property & Trademarks

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If the UK leaves the EU on 29 March 2019 without a deal this could have an impact on any EU Intellectual Property or Trademarks held by a business. At this point in time it is not clear if EU trademarks would be applicable in the UK post Brexit. If you own intellectual property rights […]

“No Deal” Brexit Planning: EU Employees working in the UK

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If the UK leaves the EU on 29 March 2019 without a deal the there may be considerations needed for your current and future workforce You may need to:. 1. Review all EU employees currently working in your business and ascertain whether they are applying for “Settled status” by 31 December 2020. See the Employer […]

“No Deal” Brexit Planning: VAT

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If the UK leaves the EU on 29 March 2019 without a deal, the government’s aim will be to keep VAT procedures as close as possible to what they are now, providing continuity and certainty for businesses. However, there will be some specific changes to the VAT rules and procedures that apply to transactions between […]

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