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7 practical Tips & Advice mini-reports to get you back to business during and after the coronavirus crisis

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Finally, there’s some light at the end of the Coronavirus tunnel. Our editorial team has put together this Tips & Advice mini-report on cost cutting to help you successfully get your business flourishing again, not just now but in the months ahead.

In detail

The crisis has forced you to look at business costs like never before. It’s vital that you get the best possible price for necessary expenditure whilst any extraneous costs are removed. We look at everything from insurance to utility bills and travel costs to ensure your business is as lean as it can be without reducing service standards. It’s another important part of getting back to business.

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Finally, there’s some light at the end of the Coronavirus tunnel. Our editorial team has put together this Tips & Advice mini-report on managing the return from furlough to help you successfully get your business flourishing again, not just now but in the months ahead.

In detail

Like many businesses you’ve been forced to furlough staff. But now it’s time to get them back at work. How can you do this in a way that complies with government guidance, yet which won’t place an undue financial strain on the business resulting in forced redundancies? This report explains all the options such as flexible and part-time working and comes with the necessary documents to ensure legal compliance.

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Finally, there’s some light at the end of the Coronavirus tunnel. Our editorial team has put together this Tips & Advice mini-report on renegotiating contracts to help you successfully get your business flourishing again, not just now but in the months ahead.

In detail

In our mini-report we give you practical answers to questions such as:

  • What rights do you have to cancel a contract?
  • Can you claim a refund and/or compensation?
  • What about your own customers – could they sue you?
  • Do you have insurance?
  • Could coronavirus be a force majeure event?
  • Could you argue that a contract has been frustrated?
  • What if the other parties don’t want to renegotiate, can you simply walk away?

Plus, it comes with an online service including handy documents that you can easily customise.

You'll get the following free extras with this Tips & Advice Special Report... 

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  • To immediately apply our advice and solutions in practice
  • That you can easily adapt to suit your own requirements

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Finally, there’s some light at the end of the Coronavirus tunnel. Our editorial team has put together this Tips & Advice mini-report on raising finance to help you successfully get your business flourishing again, not just now but in the months ahead.

In detail

You may need to borrow to get your business moving again. But before you consider the options you first need to know how much to borrow. And then of course you’ll need some form of business plan/checklist.This report shows you how to quickly and easily calculate your borrowing requirements and draft a business plan that will ensure the best chance of securing the funding you need. It even includes a set of handy calculators.

You'll get the following free extras with this Tips & Advice Special Report... 

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  • To immediately apply our advice and solutions in practice
  • That you can easily adapt to suit your own requirements

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In a nutshell

Finally, there’s some light at the end of the Coronavirus tunnel. Our editorial team has put together this Tips & Advice mini-report on changing accounting dates to help you successfully get your business flourishing again, not just now but in the months ahead.

In detail

If you have recently started to borrow, or increase your borrowing, from your close company, you are probably aware that a special charge can apply to amounts that aren’t repaid by the corporation tax payment deadline. However, the coronavirus crisis can make a looming charge seem even more punitive than it already is, eating into much-needed working capital. This report explains how changing your accounting date can defer the charge to a later date, and possibly allow you to avoid it altogether. It also explains when a change of accounting date is valid in company law so you can be sure HMRC can’t refuse the change.

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Finally, there’s some light at the end of the Coronavirus tunnel. Our editorial team has put together this Tips & Advice mini-report on VAT registration to help you successfully get your business flourishing again, not just now but in the months ahead.

In detail

Did you know that registering voluntarily could secure some crucial extra cash during the crisis? If already registered and your turnover has fallen, you may be thinking about deregistering. Does the legislation permit this, and, if so, is there any benefit in doing so? This report neatly sums up your options, the rules and conditions, the potential savings and advantages as well as possible pitfalls.

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Finally, there’s some light at the end of the Coronavirus tunnel. Our editorial team has put together this Tips & Advice mini-report on bad debt relief for both direct tax and VAT to help you successfully get your business flourishing again, not just now but in the months ahead.

In detail

Using standard accounting methods means you include income from invoices that may not have been paid yet. It’s also likely that you’ll have to pay over VAT to HMRC even though you haven’t received payment from your customer. Identifying bad debts properly means that you can disregard amounts that are unlikely to be paid when working out your profits, and make it possible to claim a refund of VAT. If you switch to the cash basis of accounting, you can potentially accelerate this relief. With the separate VAT cash accounting scheme, you pay VAT on your sales when your customers pay you and reclaim VAT on purchases when you’ve paid your supplier. But there are certain conditions to be met and pitfalls to be wary of - this report shows you how to make the most of these valuable ways to improve cash flow.

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Back to Business: Protecting Cash by Cutting Costs Without Cutting Standards
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Back to Business: Managing the Return From Furlough and How to Avoid Redundancies
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Back to Business: Dealing with Suppliers and Customers, Your Rights to Cancel/Renegotiate Contracts
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Back to Business: Calculating How Much Finance Your Business Needs and Creating a Plan to Access It
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Back to Business: Changing Accounting Dates to Defer/Avoid Tax Liability
£20.00
Special subscribers' price £15.00
Back to Business: Why Voluntary VAT Registration Can Help Boost Your Cash or Sales
£20.00
Special subscribers' price £15.00
Back to Business: How to Make the Most of Bad Debt Relief and the Cash Basis
£20.00
Special subscribers' price £15.00
Back to Business: Protecting Cash by Cutting Costs Without Cutting Standards
£20.00
Special subscribers' price £15.00
Back to Business: Managing the Return From Furlough and How to Avoid Redundancies
£20.00
Special subscribers' price £15.00
Back to Business: Dealing with Suppliers and Customers, Your Rights to Cancel/Renegotiate Contracts
£20.00
Special subscribers' price £15.00
Back to Business: Calculating How Much Finance Your Business Needs and Creating a Plan to Access It
£20.00
Special subscribers' price £15.00
Back to Business: Changing Accounting Dates to Defer/Avoid Tax Liability
£20.00
Special subscribers' price £15.00
Back to Business: Why Voluntary VAT Registration Can Help Boost Your Cash or Sales
£20.00
Special subscribers' price £15.00
Back to Business: How to Make the Most of Bad Debt Relief and the Cash Basis
£20.00
Special subscribers' price £15.00