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Switzerland to follow EU rules on the supply of digital services

In 2015, the EU introduced new VAT rules for the place of supply of digital services where they are supplied to consumers.

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7 Feb 16
Tom Blenkinsop

Consider which canton to make the most of trading with Switzerland

Renzo Peduzzi, Partner at accountancy firm Ferax Treuhand AG who are members of BKR International, explains why Switzerland is a great place to do business.

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2 Feb 16
Renzo Peduzzi, Partner, Ferax Treuhand AG, Switzerland

Becoming a big cheese in Switzerland

There is plenty to talk about when it comes to Switzerland – it may be one of the smallest nations in Europe, but it is certainly one of the mightiest trading nations.

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1 Feb 16
Stef Heywood, International Business Manager, East Lancashire Chamber of Commerce

The story of Cassons No.5

Our Christmas greeting has become a tradition and this is our 5th Christmas video. It’s something our clients and friends across the world look forward to every year.

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4 Jan 16
Jill Murray

State pension top up opportunities

In the Autumn Statement 2013 the government announced its intention to introduce a scheme to allow pensioners to top up their additional State Pension with a new class of voluntary National Insurance contribution to be known as Class 3A.

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22 Sep 15
Steven Greenwood, Director, Cassons Financial Planning Limited

Opportunities aplenty, but it takes time

Nelson based REM is a leading supplier of equipment to the salon, beauty and spa industries in the UK, Europe and the Middle East. The business began looking at trading with India almost two years ago.

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18 Aug 15
Michael Roach, REM

Establishing trade links in India

INDIA has one of the largest and fastest growing economies in the world, making it an attractive destination for British firms looking to do business overseas.

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31 Jul 15
Jason Gledhill, Area Commercial Director, HSBC

Auto enrolment: the heavy price for failing to comply

Running a small business isn’t easy: there’s always a lot to do and not enough hours in the day in which to do it, so perhaps it’s not surprising some SMEs are falling into the trap of neglecting their workplace pension obligations

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30 Jul 15
John Davenport, Director, Cassons Financial Planning Limited

Speaking the right language

One of the biggest challenges British businesses face when looking to break into new export markets is overcoming the language barrier

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29 Jul 15
Ian Garbett, Muschamp Machine Services

Customs Duties – Are you paying too much?

Business secretary Sajid Javid has recently pledged to reduce red tape for business, and at the same time the EU Commission has unveiled plans to cut similar EU regulation.

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27 Jul 15
Tom Blenkinsop
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