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MHA MacIntyre Hudson returned to support Virtually Live for the second year, providing a live session that is now available on demand.
Trade trends: not just Brexit
In this session MHA MacIntyre Hudson's Andrew Thurston provides analysis of how UK businesses have coped and the decisions that have been made to continue to survive and how supply chains have been affected. He also discusses examples of UK businesses who have managed to grow despite the torment of the last 12 months and how they have achieved this success.
Sudhir Singh, Partner and Head of Not For Profit at MHA MacIntyre Hudson hosted a session titled: 'Going concern - charity and auditor'. With the expectation of many charities facing financial difficulties in 2021, at the same time as auditors are required to be more rigorous in their examination of going concern matters due to ISA570. Singh examined whether there will be a large number of qualified or modified audit opinions and what can be done now to avoid that situation?
Financial Controllers and Finance Managers have been key in supporting their businesses through the coronavirus crisis. Most have worked hard to resolve the issues and help their businesses respond. Highlights from this must-attend update, chaired by Simon Gray, Found and CEO of Career Codex, included
James Kipping, Tax Partner at MHA MacIntyre Hudson, provided a tax update focused on property investments. The session provided:
MHA MacIntyre Hudson Indirect Tax Partner, Alison Horner, provided an insight into how to enable goods to be imported and exported post Brexit. She also looked at VAT issues around continuing to trade in the EU.