Finding that New Role in Executive Search

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Many people tend to put off looking for a new job as they may feel they don’t have enough time or that decent openings within good companies are hard to find, but with a bit of help these barriers are actually very easy to overcome.  If you have started to feel that the time has come to take the next step in your career finding an interesting and relevant new role can be simple and straight forward if you enlist the help of a recruitment agency that offers executive search services to do the hard work for you.

If you work at a management level you may find that due to the demanding nature of your current job you simply don’t have the time or energy when you are away from the office to keep abreast of what new vacancies or opportunities are out there.  By getting expert advice from … Read the rest

Ways to avoid your email burnout

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There is nothing wrong to say this line that the world is going to be advanced and it’s no doubt a good thing. We all want something more accurate, advanced and articulated in our life. But sometimes we forget that too much advancement is sometimes acted like a curse instead of a blessing. So yea, it is also true. Today I targeted one of the most common issues which are persistently going on and on and the majority of the people are getting frustrated because of this. So this problem is known as the name of overload emails.

Sometimes it is really hard to decrease the flow of so many emails. But at somehow there are few mistakes which we do and because of that mistake, we face this overload email fuss.

So now coming back to the point and let’s get started to sort out this issues and make … Read the rest

40% of businesses remain unaware of the Making Tax Digital VAT deadline

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Making Tax Digital: What you need to know

In just over six months’ time, the government’s new digital system for submitting VAT returns will go live. The first step in the Making Tax Digital initiative, which aims to help businesses keep up with their tax obligations more easily, the system for VAT returns comes into use on 1 April 2019.

The issue is, however, that two fifths of businesses have never heard of it, and have therefore made no preparations for it. A survey, carried out by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW), found that although there has been a significant increase in the use of accounting software by VAT-registered companies, as many as 25 per cent are still using paper methods.

The survey results also suggested that of the 98 per cent of companies filing electronic returns, only 54 per cent use accounting software. Many … Read the rest

Brexit: what business owners need to do

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Business and Brexit

Theresa May’s firm words on Britain’s exit from the European Union last week will have been welcomed in many quarters. But when it comes to what Brexit will actually look like, the picture is still about as clear as a particularly obscure puddle of mud.

The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales is advising businesses who buy and sell from the EU to plan for a variety of outcomes affecting movement of goods, product compliance, contracts and finance. It’s a good idea to familiarise yourself with the government’s guidance for businesses, and to sign up for its Brexit emails if you haven’t already.

With 43 per cent of the UK’s exports going to the EU, and 54 per cent of the UK’s imports coming from the EU, it’s still very much to be hoped that a sensible deal can be struck as it would be … Read the rest