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Roses are Red: How to Show your Business a Little Love this Valentines Day

  • February 13th, 2019
  • Valentine’s Day: you either love it or you loathe it. So instead, why not use mid-February as a time to take stock of the long (and often challenging) month of January, and approach the changing seasons with a spring in your step. While a large number of marketing campaigns may be bursting at the seams

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    From Remote Working to the Rise of AI: Meet the Workforce of 2019

  • February 4th, 2019
  • Whether you’re a growing SME or just getting started, your employees play a big part in the successful business you once only dreamed of. Yet with the ever-shifting economic landscape a constant distraction, it would be easy to fall behind when attempting to meet the changing demands of the workplace today. From the expectations of

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    New Year, New SME: 5 Resolutions for Small Business Owners in 2019

  • January 22nd, 2019
  • With fizz and fireworks but a distant memory, it’s business as usual for SMEs up and down the nation as the UK settles into 2019. Yet with another clock already ticking (and March’s current Brexit date looming ever closer), business owners are buckling up for what promises to be an historic transition for the country’s

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    Not Prepared for Making Tax Digital? Here’s an Overview of What You Need To Do To Comply

  • January 3rd, 2019
  • Making Tax Digital’s (MTD) new mandatory requirements come in to effect from 1 April 2019, and business must comply with the new regime for VAT, or Making Tax Digital for VAT (MTDfV). This means that companies that are VAT registered must keep some record digitally and VAT Returns must be submitted to HMRC digitally via

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    Five Areas That Small Businesses Should Prioritise in 2019

  • December 12th, 2018
  • From Black Friday sales to the last-minute Christmas dash, this winter sees Britain’s high streets gearing up for the most wonderful time of the year. Yet with 2019 but a clink of glasses away, how should businesses really prepare for what could prove turbulent times ahead? From digital accounting to the new face of marketing,

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    Staying Positive & Wise Amidst Brexit Turmoil and Tumbling Big Brand Profits

  • November 30th, 2018
  • This morning’s news headlines were as stark as yesterday with regards to deals, bad deals and no deals, tension in Ukraine, shares dropping and the inclement weather has already abetted the cancelling of some trains. Just another day in the life of the UK. Whatever the origin of a company’s misfortunes, hearing negative news stories

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    Still 1 Week to Enter the Sutton Coldfield, Lichfield and Tamworth Chamber of Commerce Awards

  • November 15th, 2018
  • As some of you may know, Adams Moore Partner, Neil Lancaster, was previously President of the Lichfield and Tamworth Chamber of Commerce, which is just one arm of the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce. We continue to be members of this valuable organisation and like to support local where we can. Therefore we wanted to

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    Autumn Budget 2018 – What it Means for Britain in Business

  • November 1st, 2018
  • With Brexit a matter of months away, this year’s Autumn Statement was perhaps one of the most crucial in recent history, marking a new chapter for the British economy and departure from the EU – complete with commemorative 50p coin. But silver mementos aside, what does Philip Hammond’s Budget really mean for SMEs of the

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    Preparing for and Picking Up the Pace During Quiet Periods in Business

  • October 17th, 2018
  • The winter months can be a slow for a number of sectors, August can be a drag for others and freelancers often feel the pinch during February and March when budgets are depleted. While it might be nice to take it easy for a few weeks, taking it lying down shouldn’t be an option –

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    Fostering Loyalty – Five Ways To Show Your Staff They Are Valued

  • October 4th, 2018
  • Whatever stage your business is at, staff turnover is always a worry; when someone hands in their notice, it may feel like you’ve wasted money and resource and now you have to put in more to find a suitable replacement. Retention of a workforce is an area that we have advised on a number of

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