Keep up to date with the latest news and information from UHY Hacker Young in Birmingham.
Brexit part three – how will automotive businesses be affected?
August 9, 2016
In our third blog on what Brexit means for businesses in the region, we look at how the post-referendum climate could affect the automotive industry.
Brexit part two – how will businesses within the jewellery sector be affected?
August 2, 2016
In our second instalment of what Brexit means for businesses within the Birmingham region, we look at how the post-referendum climate is affecting the jewellery sector.
Brexit part one – how will Brexit affect the property market?
July 28, 2016
Everyone has an opinion about Brexit and over the next four weeks we will be discussing our opinion in a series of blogs; focusing on whether or not Britain’s departure from the EU will provide an advantage or disadvantage for British industry sectors.
Do you know your numbers?
June 23, 2016
If you run a small business enterprise, many of the important business decisions are left to you which can create significant pressures and concerns.
Profits and productivity = business success
June 15, 2016
At UHY Hacker Young we work with a variety of clients, from start-ups to multi million pound corporations.
Want to increase profits? Focus on raving fans!
May 18, 2016
After reading Ken Blanchard's book, 'Ravin Fans', I learned that there are many ways for business owners to turn existing customers and clients into raving fans. Find out how in our blog.
Why do some companies succeed and others fail?
May 13, 2016
It’s not size and might that make a company strong, it’s the culture – the strong sense of beliefs and values that everyone, from the CEO to the receptionist, all share.
How to cope with difficult employees
May 5, 2016
Managing a variety of personalities at work is never easy. If the people who work for you feel that they are irreplaceable, they will behave in a way that is consistent with this belief.
Tax advice for landlords
May 3, 2016
If you are in the lettings business you will have undoubtedly heard about the succession of buy to let tax changes announced by the Government over the last twelve months, and it is the smaller buy to let landlords that look particularly likely to be facing a more complex tax situation.