The strategy taken by construction companies to achieve objectives in terms of cost, duration and profit requires careful consideration, particularly since the recession due to the rise in capital outlays and competition affecting bidding prices.
This has placed higher emphasis on the need for better project cash flow projections, to eliminate the risk of loss and support the financial needs of businesses within such a competitive and complex market.
From developers looking to renovate an existing property to construction firms tackling a large scale build, no-one is unaware of the importance of cash flow to successfully deliver a project. Suppliers, contractors and workers are often paid long before the rewards of the project are being reaped, and growing concerns around global financial markets has made traditional lending options less accessible.
Our financial advisers have the expertise and knowledge to acquire the best funding solutions to help you to achieve your goals, no matter how big or small. Book your free access to finance consultation today.
The introduction of the domestic reverse charge for construction services will be delayed from 1 October 2020 until 1 March 2021 due to the impact of the coronavirus on the construction sector.
In addition to the five-month delay in implementation, the original legislation will be amended.
Now, for a business to be excluded from the reverse charge because they are end users or intermediary suppliers, they must inform their sub-contractors in writing that they are end users of intermediary suppliers.
Click here to download our fact sheet to see how the charge will impact your business.
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