Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Rates remains a cloudy subject

As new bills begin to arrive the much-lauded cap is not the reprieve it seemed to be, writes rates specialist Martin Clarkson .
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Make PLH renewal a top priority

I’ll be honest, I didn’t expect vast numbers of personal licence renewals to have been lodged .
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Contentious tax should not have been swept through

An apparent disregard of the views of those in the industry – and the use of the tourist tax as some sort of political bargaining chip – has further riled operators and trade groups

Our industry needs greater support not another tax

The number of overseas visitors coming to Scotland at an all-time high, a bumper year for whisky tourism, a record season for cruise ships – 2018 wasn’t short on positive tourism tales

PLH renewal must be new year priority

Like most years before it, 2018 has brought its fair share of challenges for the trade

Time to move your tax online

Business owners should take steps now ahead of the April 2019 compliance deadline, writes Mel Stride MP

Stage almost set for the trade night of the year

In just three weeks’ time, we will celebrate the brightest stars in the Scottish trade

Ensure that you are compliant on data

GDPR became law in the UK earlier this year and there are several connotations for the trade, writes lawyer Stephen Connolly

Government must deliver for the trade

On paper, there’s a lot to like in the first minister’s programme for government .

Trade must make voice heard on DRS

Industry needs to help shape deposit return scheme with hospitality interests at its core, writes Crieff Hydro’s Alexandra MacDonald .
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