Carbon Accountancy
Chartered Accountants
80–83 Long Lane
London EC1A 9ET

What Lies Ahead For Accountancy Firms Large & Small?

23 June 2020

The landscape for the accountancy profession is going to change significantly over the next year or so. The sector has been pretty resilient in most previous recessions and generally tracks the overall economy in any downward path, but this time things could be very different.

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How retailers and their suppliers can prepare for the coming year – Corona crash and Brexit combined

29 May 2020

John Leyden FCA, CEO and Founder of Carbon Accountancy Limited, discusses how retailers and their suppliers can prepare for the coming year – Corona crash and Brexit combined

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Incubeta Ignite Virtual Learning Series - Carbon Accountancy 15% discount

4 May 2020

Carbon Accountancy are delighted to announce that our clients and friends can now enjoy 15% discounts on our client Incubeta Ignite's Digital Marketing Virtual Learning series. Many of the webinars are free plus you can get a 15% discount on all paid courses by using the discount code CARBON 15.

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Retail Briefing Magazine : How Retail Suppliers Should Prepare for Brexit

12 February 2020

With the UK’s upcoming exit from the European Union finally confirmed following the Christmas general election, John Leyden FCA, CEO and Founder of Carbon Accountancy, discusses how trade suppliers can prepare for the UK’s exit from the single market…

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SMEs - Brexit and Import VAT. How to Prepare.

12 February 2020

Rumours are abounding that large retailers are planning on passing the VAT payments onto the trade suppliers themselves to spare them the initial cash hit. This is not a surprising solution. The UK will remain an attractive place to do business for EU suppliers.

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