Thursday, September 24, 2020

Tag: British Retail Consortium

External cash machines shouldn’t pay seperate rates, rules Supreme Court

ATM Cash Machine business rates
Operators that have previously paid separate business rates on their cash machines could be in for a rebate after supermarkets won an appeal in the Supreme Court last week, Grocers including Tesco and Sainsbury’s first won a ruling saying they were not liable for separate rates on cash machines at their supermarkets in 2018, but this decision was challenged by valuations officers working for HMRC.

British Retail Consortium details high street downturn

high Street British Retail Consortium
Is Britain’s high street screwed? The British Retail Consortium paints a disturbing picture; the labour leader has put himself forward as the saviour..

Cards overtakes cash, but the king is not dead yet

Coinslot - Card cash
The ATM turns 50, Visa declare war on cash, and the British Retail Consortium reveal that more than half of all payments in the UK were made on a card in 2016. The landscape of payments is changing and there is no doubt that the industry’s regulation must keep up - but is a completely cashless society beneficial or...

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