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Funding to support the high street

15 Apr 2019

Government funding is in place to support the high streets
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Making Tax Digital for VAT Business Webinars

12 Apr 2019

A further two webinars are taking place in April to provide businesses with the support needed to transition into the new Making Tax Digital scheme
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1/3 of traffic in fashion retail comes from mobile search

8 Apr 2019

A third of traffic and orders for large online fashion retail brands comes from mobile search and social. What can indie retail learn from this?
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Technology may hold the key

8 Apr 2019

Technology may be the key to competing with the larger brands, like Amazon
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Stationery Show London 2019

8 Apr 2019

Get ready for this year's Stationery Show London
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Changes to Wage Rates, Tax Rules and Business Rates

8 Apr 2019

Changes to wage rates, tax rules and business rates from the 1st of April
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Bring your craft store to life

5 Apr 2019

Visual merchandising tips to bring your craft store to life
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South Downs Bikes, back for another Local Bike Shop Day!

28 Mar 2019

South Downs Bikes has been around for 14 years and is now a renowned indie bicycle company with two shops in Storrington and Worthing
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Crime Report 2019

28 Mar 2019

ACS' Crime Report 2019 brought together responses from 7,000 stores
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Choosing a finance provider, avoid the pitfalls #2

26 Mar 2019

Following an increase of incoming calls querying finance providers in the cycles market, the ACT are publishing a mini-series to answer the trade's questions.
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Calls to delay Making Tax Digital rejected

Posted on in Business News, Cycles News

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MTD is being introduced with the aim of reducing the tax gap and supporting businesses in providing them with an accurate overview of tax affairs.

The House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee sought out for a one year delay on the implementation of MTD, however, the government has rejected this proposal claiming that the change has already been delayed enough.

The Association of Convenience Stores (ACS) criticised the rejection by the government, saying that awareness and understanding of the change amongst small businesses still remain low with less than two months until MTD takes effect.

The HMRC are now considering the recommendations from the report submitted by the Committee here, and look to continually work closely with the business community, agents and developers to prepare for MTD.

If you want a refresher on what MTD is and a full guide there to support you, click here.

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