Social Commerce

Social Commerce

Harnessing the power of social media to sell your products or services online. Social Commerce involves using platforms such as Twitter, Instagram or Facebook as vehicles to sell products and services. Social Commerce embraces digital marketing to the extent that the...
Budgeting for an uncertain year ahead

Budgeting for an uncertain year ahead

As we come to the end of 2021, its time to start thinking about the budget for next year. One thing is certain – uncertainty. Business planning and budgeting have become increasingly complex in today’s uncertain and volatile environment. Firms have had to adapt...
Working in Europe?

Working in Europe?

As travel returns to a more normal environment, the UK government has started a campaign to remind business travellers of the rules for travel to an EU country, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland or Liechtenstein. As well as the actions all travellers need to take, there...
Budget spending and review

Budget spending and review

On 27 October 2021, the Chancellor delivered his third Budget in conjunction with the Public Spending Review. Many of the spending announcements had already been leaked to the Press prior to Budget Day and arguably a lot of it was not new money. The Chancellor did...
Liverpool City Region Trading On Scheme

Liverpool City Region Trading On Scheme

The government has provided Liverpool City Region Combined Authority with additional funding due to the impact of Covid-19 on the city region economy. This means each local authority will receive a small amount of funding to help businesses severely impacted by the...
25 Oct Business Newsletter

25 Oct Business Newsletter

UK government secures COVID-19 antivirals In view of criticism about the slow roll out of booster jabs and rising numbers of infections and deaths, the UK government has secured COVID-19 antivirals to be rolled out through a clinical study from winter. The deals made...
More tax rises on Wednesday?

More tax rises on Wednesday?

Over the last year we have learnt that corporation tax will increase in 2023 and that there will be a 1.25% rise in National Insurance Contributions (NICs) from April 2022 paid by employers, employees, self-employed and for those with share dividend income. Personal...
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