Here is a list of the most important documents each business is required to keep in an audit file for importing and exporting
What are your top six steps to prepare for Brexit? Here’s a summary from meeting a cross-section of UK businesses
How do I prepare for Brexit? A lot of questions, press activity, rumours and opinions – which to listen to, where to go for sound practical advice? What do you need to know? What do you need to do?
With Brexit looming much attention has been given to preparing for the future of manufacturing imports and exports, supply chains, tariffs, stockpiling strategic supplies and components and ensuring transport routes remain open. Little attention has been given to how the service sector will cope. This is a grave mistake.
An overseas client has asked us to put a different customs tariff code on our documentation. Should we do this?
Whatever your product or service, having processes in place for everyday tasks ensures consistency, and quality, and makes the day-to-day lives of employees easier.
Being open to change, embracing the opportunities it offers and having a team ready to leap on new projects paves the way for improvement, better ways of doing things, growth and new successes.
This is the second in a series of four blogs looking at some fundamental areas of business. The first can be read HERE and shares the background to these ideas which are explored further in a White Paper: Getting The Business Fundamentals Right, which can be downloaded below. Now is …
No deal is possible, and is the legal default position. I always get people to think of BREXIT through the prism of Harry Potter – those seeking a “no deal” Brexit have made it the default legal position by planting legislative provisions to guarantee that result.
This is the first in a series of four blogs looking at some fundamental areas of business and they draw on a White Paper that is free to download below. I should start out by sharing where these ideas have come from… My career started over three decades ago and …