Bidding On The Right Contracts
Our aim at Roberts Nathan is always to add value to your business and to support you as it grows. To do this effectively we listen and we understand. Only then do we offer expert financial and business performance advice to allow you make better decisions for you and your business. When it comes to our business advisory services, one specific challenge we help our clients overcome is around the correct process for bidding on new contracts. Making a bid is a time-consuming process that requires a lot of effort for any business. Hence, it's imperative that you carefully choose the projects you want to pursue. While you can see a lot of potentially lucrative contracts in your industry, there are some that won't be as suitable for your business. This is why it is really important you have a system and methodology to perform a comprehensive contract bidding analysis that is in accordance with your long-term plan and fulfils your company's objectives. Factors to consider to ensure bidding on the right contracts Here are a few variables you should evaluate before bidding on a contract to ensure that you are making a decision based on an agreeable logic.
- Long-term planning
How can we help?From comprehensive business advisory to making bids, we provide you with the assistance for each of these business aspects. When you choose us for your bidding solutions, we'll simplify the process and show you how to create winning bids that will incur the highest profits for your business. In addition, we'll assist you with identifying allocation bases and dividing pools of expenses, compiling indirect costs, and calculating fair and attractive rates for contract proposals. By working with the Roberts Nathan team, you can rest assured that all your contract bids will be made after comprehensive, thorough analysis of your resources which will guarantee to deliver your business the best possible returns. Please reach out to me on firstname.lastname@example.org or feel free to give me a call on +353 (021) 494 3977 if you have any questions in relation to any part of the contract bidding process.
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- Extra Brexit-related charges for exporting into the EU means your profit margins are eroded and now it’s far less viable to continue to trade in the EU.
- Your customers in Europe are being asked by couriers to pay VAT upfront on the goods being shipped to them, resulting in those customers becoming disgruntled and ultimately sourcing the same product elsewhere.
- Delays at ports which means your customers are not getting their goods on time when needed.
- More forms and paperwork resulting in more admin and headaches. Many businesses had to hire more staff to handle the extra admin - meaning more costs.
Real Brexit 1 month in – From IT services to dresses to skincare and live Horses the VAT implications
The (European Union) EU and the United Kingdom (UK) finally reached agreement on a Free Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA), avoiding a hard Brexit at the end of December. However, this does not change the fact that the UK has left the EU and therefore is no longer part of the EU single market and customs union and is now regarded as a third country.The first real trading weeks since the UK departure have highlighted the very real issue for a number of clients and new contacts we are assisting on VAT matters. From understanding how VAT now applies on point of entry on the movement of goods and whether to remain as the ‘Importer of Record’ to the UK for Irish businesses. We have been advising Irish and UK based clients from a wide range of sectors around VAT treatments on trading from ladies dresses to skincare products and from IT services to live horses all in the last few weeks as trade items start to move between the UK and Ireland. Including assisting with potential registration for UK VAT with HMRC by Irish traders. If your business needs advice in these areas for B2B or B2C transactions between the UK and Ireland please contact us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org and we can assist.