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Retail Sector Suppliers and Brexit - How To Prepare

19 November 2019

I have no idea if 2020 will prove to be a better year for retail or who will win the forthcoming election but there is another potential bump in the road for retail – and again, it is Brexit related. The issue relates to the cash impact of VAT on imports.

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Techround Interview With John Leyden, Carbon Accountancy CEO

19 November 2019

TechRound caught up with founder and CEO of Carbon Accountancy John Leyden to discuss the services Carbon provides companies with (both in tech and other industries), and how businesses can use chartered accountants to prepare for Brexit.

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How Pharma Companies Should be Preparing For Brexit

28 May 2019

I realise that most of us, including me, are getting tired of the Brexit issue. However, I am an optimist – I firmly believe that whatever happens there will be big opportunities for all sectors. If you think about, it some of the most successful businesses have been born out of challenges – whether economic, political or other; here are a few examples:

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Carbon Shows How To Out-Tweet the Big Four

31 July 2018

Social media can be a great leveller for smaller businesses. John Leyden, CEO at social climber Carbon Accountancy, was interviewed by AAT magazine about his successful methods.

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Incentivising and rewarding staff with an EMI share option scheme

11 May 2018

For many companies, staff retention is a key issue. Giving employees a sense of ownership in the business can be a key element in retaining them.

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The Carbon Accountancy Guide to the Flat Rate VAT Scheme

1 April 2017

Disclaimer

When considering VAT it is important to understand the implications. This guide sets out the general rules applicable to VAT. It is not intended to be a substitute for proper professional advice from your accountant or tax advisor.

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The Carbon Accountancy Guide to Registering and Deregistering for VAT

1 April 2017

Disclaimer

When considering VAT it is important to understand the implications. This guide sets out the general rules applicable to VAT. It is not intended to be a substitute for proper professional advice from your accountant or tax advisor.

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Sole Trader or Company? A Guide for Contractors and Freelancers. April 2017.

1 April 2017

Sole Trader or Company?

The biggest question facing most contractors and freelancers is whether they should be a sole trader or a company.

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Tax Tips (Twitter #AccountingTips @Carbon_Acc)

1 April 2017

Roland Klepzig Carbon Accountancy Tax Tips

  • Marriage Allowance lets you transfer £1,060 of your Personal Allowance to your husband, wife or civil partner. Adding £1,060 to your partner’s Personal Allowance means they’ll pay £212 less tax in the tax year (6 April to 5 April the next year). You can get Marriage Allowance if both: a) your partner’s income is between £10,601 and £42,385 and b) you and your partner were born on or after 6 April 1935.

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Tax Avoidance Schemes : Why you shouldn’t touch them with a barge pole

30 March 2017

John Leyden contributes to Corporate Livewire's Expert Tax Guide (alongside other contributors such as Deloitte and Allen & Overy) with his article on tax avoidance schemes - and why you shouldn't touch them with a bargepole.

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