The Productivity Project: Tips and insights from business leaders across industries on how to manage your time and become a rockstar worker

Try some of these simple exercises and habits from Business Insider’s “People Transforming Business” to become more efficient and productive at work. Source: The Productivity Project: Tips and insights from business leaders across industries on how to manage your time and become a rockstar worker Continue reading The Productivity Project: Tips and insights from business leaders across industries on how to manage your time and become a rockstar worker

10 Tips to Help Keep Your Desk Clean – Ian’s Messy Desk

How much stuff do you have sitting on your desk or in your work area? A while back, Coopers & Lybrand (nowPrice Waterhouse Coopers) released data from a poll on personal organization. One statistic found that, “The average desk worker has 36 hours worth of work on their desk and wastes up to 3 hours a week just “looking” for STUFF!” Finding stuff on my messy desk bears out that statistic. Being disorganized is responsible for a lot of wasted … Continue reading 10 Tips to Help Keep Your Desk Clean – Ian’s Messy Desk

10 Quick Tips: How to Design Good Business Cards (With Guidelines for 2019)

Small businesses are often discouraged from designing their own business cards, but when you’re just starting out and have limited cash that needs to be allocated strategically, you may have no other choice than to design your own business card. https://business.tutsplus.com/articles/how-to-design-a-business-card–cms-33068 Continue reading 10 Quick Tips: How to Design Good Business Cards (With Guidelines for 2019)

HMRC accused of not understanding its own IR35 tax reforms ahead of private sector rollout

MPs have warned the UK government to pay close attention to the effect IR35 tax reforms will have on the private sector, and questioned the efficacy of HMRC’s status-checking tool. Source: HMRC accused of not understanding its own IR35 tax reforms ahead of private sector rollout Continue reading HMRC accused of not understanding its own IR35 tax reforms ahead of private sector rollout

Brexit VAT implications: withdrawal agreement vs no deal outcomes

2019 will be a significant year for VAT due to two key developments: Making Tax Digital (MTD) and Brexit. While there has been no shortage of advice and guidelines on how to prepare for MTD, the implications of the latter are less clear. Even this close to the deadline, businesses are still uncertain as to how Brexit will affect their operations. https://www.techradar.com/news/brexit-vat-implications-withdrawal-agreement-vs-no-deal-outcomes Continue reading Brexit VAT implications: withdrawal agreement vs no deal outcomes