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Growth continues, albeit slower, as businesses gear up for a crunch six months. Phil Mullis, Head of Retail and Wholesale at Wilkins Kennedy look at the latest stats released today...
The administration of café chain Pod is a wake-up call for how eateries handle their image, according to one insolvency expert.
There does not seem to be a week going by without another high street casualty – often citing reasons such as increasing overheads, falling sales or a lack of investment as one of the reasons for shuttering the business. With this in mind, Phil Mullis, Head of Retail and Wholesale at Wilkins Kennedy, asks ‘who would want to be a retailer?’
John Howard, Head of Charities and Not-for-Profit at Wilkins Kennedy looks at who can benefit from Theatre Tax Relief.
Introduction of the reverse charge for construction services with effect from 1 October 2019 A business supplying goods or services is normally required to charge VAT and declare this to HMRC. However, with some UK specified supplies, the supplier does not charge and collect VAT on the supply. Instead, the customer is required to account for output tax to HMRC. This VAT is recoverable, subject to the normal rules and the mechanism is called the reverse charge.
Poor weather attributed to continued decline in clothing sales on the High Street
As the dust settles on New York Frieze , TEFAF and the spring auction sales, and before the art world descends on Basel, it is a good moment to reflect on the state of the market;