Month: September 2019

Xero pilot new cash flow system…

At Xero’s flagship Xerocon event in Brisbane recently, they announced the pilot of a short term cash flow feature. It’s designed for businesses who want to get a better grasp of their cashflow, and will predict the user’s bank balance for 7 or 30 days into the future. The system assumes that all invoices are […]

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Domestic Reverse Charge Delayed 

The Domestic Reverse Charge VAT for construction services was due to launch on the 1st October. These changes were due to affect everyone in the supply chain, including contractors and sub-contractors. VAT was due to be paid to HMRC directly by the end customer, rather than collected and paid over by the Supplier. The new rules […]

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Capital Gains Tax rules are changing!

From 6th April 2020, the due date for Capital Gains Tax relating to the sale of residential properties is changing. Rather than becoming due by the 31st January of the year after it arising, payment will be due just 30 days after the sale’s completion date. This change is another step in the acceleration of […]

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Culture – the what, how and why in your business. BaranovTV, Episode 82

The culture in a business can be hugely beneficial, or hugely toxic. Get it right and you’re more likely to attract and retain the right people, but allow the culture to drift and you may find your good people leaving, service standards dropping and an unhelpful attitude developing amongst your team. So if it’s that […]

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Tax on Company Cars! BaranovTV, Episode 81

The rules around tax on company cars are changing, quite dramatically. In this episode we outline the key changes and tell you which choices may be best. Watch this to find out more. Transcript: Hi and welcome to another episode of BaranovTV designed to demystify the world of accounts and tax and to help your […]

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