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Helping your business get through tough times
A free resource for Members, this short, succinct series of guides aims to help Members trade more successfully. The range of matters considers how best to contract and what Members should do to ensure their risk and payment obligations are optimised.
Profit is always under threat. These leaflets suggest ways that the commonly encountered risks can be best managed to the contractor’s advantage.
This guidance note is a summary of the risks and considerations businesses should acknowledge and adhere to when trading, in order to remain compliant with competition law.
This guidance is targeted at those Members who wish to enter into an agreement
whereby they engage labour from another Member for a set period or project.
This is a checklist to ensure all the essential matters have been considered before committing to an Agreement. A joint publication with BESA.
This guidance leaflet considers how to manage and control both income and expenditure to ensure there is sufficient short term finance available to meet short term obligations.
Guidance which introduces and explains what a Collateral Warranty means.
A presentation from Liz Bridge from the Joint Taxation Committee (JTC)
The practical constituent parts of entering into a contract. A joint publication from the ECA and BESA.
Helping your customers to pay on time and the right amount, amounts to good business sense, here’s how.
This leaflet identifies issues that can be considered before ‘allowing’ your business to become a victim of either upstream or downstream insolvency.
Some pointers that anyone can do to help achieve deliver a deal that both parties can feel satisfied by.
A series of hints and tips that can be applied easily to any business in order to retain hard earned profits.