Brexit tax burdens on UK exports cause SMEs to re-assess operating models

Brexit Brexit tax burdens on UK exports cause SMEs to re-assess operating models

3m Leanna Reeves

Brexit tax burdens on UK exports cause SMEs to re-...

SMEs seek to implement dual fulfilment hubs or new warehouse facilities Read More...

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Post-Brexit sanctions: what you need to know

Accounting Firms Post-Brexit sanctions: what you need to know

5m Anne Davis | The Institute of Financial Accountants

Post-Brexit sanctions: what you need to know

By Anne Davis, Institute of Financial Accountants Read More...

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Brexit deal & the pandemic sink “Singapore-on-Thames” low-tax dream

Brexit Brexit deal & the pandemic sink “Singapore-on-Thames” low-tax dream

5m Richard Asquith, Avalara

Brexit deal & the pandemic sink “Singapore-on-Tham...

By Richard Asquith, VP global indirect tax at Avalara Read More...

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Businesses facing Brexit VAT pressures

Brexit & Economy Businesses facing Brexit VAT pressures

5m Leanna Reeves

Businesses facing Brexit VAT pressures

New VAT rule on imports could affect the UK’s competitiveness due to cash flow disadvantage Read More...

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Brexit could disrupt UK M&A, warns RSM partner

Mergers And Acquisitions Brexit could disrupt UK M&A, warns RSM partner

9m Leanna Reeves

Brexit could disrupt UK M&A, warns RSM partner

A surge in M&A UK deals is likely, but uncertainty added by Brexit could create a more bearish market Read More...

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Don't panic about Brexit (yet)

Brexit & Economy Don't panic about Brexit (yet)

9m Richard Asquith, Avalara

Don't panic about Brexit (yet)

Don’t panic, yet. A Brexit trade deal will likely still get done - despite the screeching headlines of the EU threatening legal action over the UK’s p...

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This is no time to ‘get Brexit done’

Brexit & Economy This is no time to ‘get Brexit done’

1y Richard Asquith, Avalara

This is no time to ‘get Brexit done’

The coronavirus is crushing plans for an orderly end to the UK Brexit transition period on December 31. It was always going to be a stretch – a ...

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The post-Brexit Free Trade Deal the UK will get

Brexit & Economy The post-Brexit Free Trade Deal the UK will get

1y Richard Asquith, Avalara

The post-Brexit Free Trade Deal the UK will get

Richard Asquith, VP of Global Indirect Tax at Avalara, discusses the next steps for the post-Brexit UK-EU Free Trade Agreement (FTA). Read More...

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French Digital Service Tax: A model for Brexiters? Part 2

Corporate Tax French Digital Service Tax: A model for Brexiters? Part 2

2y Emmanuelle Deglaire and Marie-Charlotte Alary

French Digital Service Tax: A model for Brexiters?...

Emmanuelle Deglaire, Associate Professor & Member of the Legal EDHEC research centre and Marie-Charlotte Alary, LL.M. EDHEC Business School/EBS Univer...

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French Digital Services Tax: a model for Brexiters? Part 1

Corporate Tax French Digital Services Tax: a model for Brexiters? Part 1

2y Emmanuelle Deglaire and Marie-Charlotte Alary

French Digital Services Tax: a model for Brexiters...

Emmanuelle Deglaire, Associate Professor & Member of the Legal EDHEC research centre and Marie-Charlotte Alary, LL.M. EDHEC Business School/EBS Univer...

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UK VAT return on no-deal Brexit

Brexit UK VAT return on no-deal Brexit

2y Richard Asquith, Avalara

UK VAT return on no-deal Brexit

Richard Asquith, VP of Global Indirect Tax at Avalara, discusses the upcoming changes to the UK VAT return in case of a no-deal Brexit on October 31st...

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Rebrace for Brexit

Brexit & Economy Rebrace for Brexit

2y Richard Asquith, Avalara

Rebrace for Brexit

A few steps to help you get through the chaos of the initial few weeks of Brexit. Read More...

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Creator of Accountancy Age Michael Heseltine on Brexit, accountancy and why everything's better nowadays - even when it might not seem it

People Business Creator of Accountancy Age Michael Heseltine on Brexit, accountancy and why everything's better nowadays - even when it might not seem it

2y Beth McLoughlin

Creator of Accountancy Age Michael Heseltine on Br...

Accountancy Age founder Lord Michael Heseltine talks to us about Brexit, working as an accountant in the 1950s, and the origins of the magazine 50 yea...

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The effects of Brexit on outsourced accountancy – are you ready?

Brexit The effects of Brexit on outsourced accountancy – are you ready?

2y Shannon Moyer

The effects of Brexit on outsourced accountancy – ...

As 31 October looms, there are regulatory changes set to affect accountants across the UK and EU who are utilising cross-border outsourcing. Read More...

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VAT and the upside of Brexit

VAT VAT and the upside of Brexit

2y Sponsored | Bloomsmith

VAT and the upside of Brexit

In this sponsored article, BloomSmith - a VAT bridging loan provider for commercial properties explain how there could be some VAT-related upsides to ...

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What are Brexit’s implications for cross-border fraud in the UK?

Brexit What are Brexit’s implications for cross-border fraud in the UK?

2y Marc McAuley, Counter Fraud Services Lead

What are Brexit’s implications for cross-border fr...

Marc McAuley, Counter Fraud Services Lead at CIPFA, discusses the issue of cross-border fraud and the implications Brexit may have on it. Read More...

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The EU’s €9bn Brexit budget gap

Brexit The EU’s €9bn Brexit budget gap

2y Richard Asquith, Avalara

The EU’s €9bn Brexit budget gap

In his monthly column, Avalara's Richard Asquith discusses how the EU could plug the €9bn post-Brexit gap in net contributions. Read More...

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Unchanged interest rates amid Brexit uncertainty, predicts EY

Brexit & Economy Unchanged interest rates amid Brexit uncertainty, predicts EY

2y Chris Jewers

Unchanged interest rates amid Brexit uncertainty, ...

Despite recent expectation that the Bank of England could either raise or even cut the UK interest rates, EY’s economic analysts have predicted the wi...

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Brexit and geopolitics closing some doors, but opening others – Grant Thornton

Brexit & Economy Brexit and geopolitics closing some doors, but opening others – Grant Thornton

2y Chris Jewers

Brexit and geopolitics closing some doors, but ope...

The study found that businesses feel that Brexit has hampered international growth, while also creating a less predictable business environment in Eur...

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Brexit fails to slow Haines Watts

Brexit & Economy Brexit fails to slow Haines Watts

2y Tom Lemmon

Brexit fails to slow Haines Watts

Haines Watts has released its latest financial results, with the firm recording a second consecutive year of double-digit growth, taking their turnove...

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Brexit and beyond

Brexit & Economy Brexit and beyond

2y Rob Russell, Director of Reed Finance

Brexit and beyond

What impact is Brexit having on the accounting sector? Director of Reed Finance Rob Russell has some analysis Read More...

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Brexit uncertainty sees City jobs dramatically fall

Brexit & Economy Brexit uncertainty sees City jobs dramatically fall

2y Tom Lemmon

Brexit uncertainty sees City jobs dramatically fal...

Jobs in the financial services market decreased by a third in the last quarter and Brexit is to blame, according to Morgan McKinley Read More...

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Brexit providing advisory opportunities for accountants

Brexit & Economy Brexit providing advisory opportunities for accountants

2y Tom Lemmon

Brexit providing advisory opportunities for accoun...

45% of accountancy firms are planning to offer more advisory services to support clients due to uncertainty caused by Brexit, according to Wolters Klu...

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ICAEW: Brexit not as bad on economy as expected

Brexit ICAEW: Brexit not as bad on economy as expected

2y Dave Beach

ICAEW: Brexit not as bad on economy as expected

The ICAEW believes Brexit uncertainty has not affected the UK economy as expected, though a no-deal Brexit must be avoided Read More...

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Brexit uncertainty requires businesses to review commercial contracts

Brexit & Economy Brexit uncertainty requires businesses to review commercial contracts

2y Lindsay Ellis

Brexit uncertainty requires businesses to review c...

How the uncertainty surrounding Brexit affects commercial contracts - and what you can do to prepare now and mitigate risk Read More...

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Brexit planning provokes considerable accountancy recruitment

Brexit & Economy Brexit planning provokes considerable accountancy recruitment

2y Kathryn Swan, UK Lead for Accountancy Practices, Morgan McKinley

Brexit planning provokes considerable accountancy ...

Brexit may have caused hesitancy in some markets, but it has boosted recruitment in accounting roles, as companies seek to prepare for the future, say...

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Brexit chaos causes rush to technology

Technology Brexit chaos causes rush to technology

2y Richard Sampson, SVP EMEA, insightsoftware

Brexit chaos causes rush to technology

People are using technology to make their own decisions in the face of Brexit chaos, says insightsoftware's Richard Sampson - and they are no longer l...

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How has the UK property market reacted to Brexit?

Brexit & Economy How has the UK property market reacted to Brexit?

2y Jamie Johnson, CEO and co-founder at FJP Investment

How has the UK property market reacted to Brexit?

Jamie Johnson, CEO and co-founder of FJP Investment, takes a look at what leaving the EU - when we eventually do - will mean for the UK property marke...

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