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    Default Digital Product Manager / Product Owner - What flat rate do I fit into?

    I'm trying to get the right classification for my flat rate VAT application. I am a product manager by trade but cant find a suitable classification.

    Are there any Product Managers / Product Owners here that can tell me which bracket they go for?

    I had a look at the HMRC website but I just can't see a category that I fit into.

    Here are two that could work...

    Advertising
    Advertising consultants
    Advertising space providers
    Advertising services such as billposting

    Computer and IT consultancy or data processing
    Data processing and database activities Hardware and software consultants
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghuznee View Post
    I'm trying to get the right classification for my flat rate VAT application. I am a product manager by trade but cant find a suitable classification.

    Are there any Product Managers / Product Owners here that can tell me which bracket they go for?

    I had a look at the HMRC website but I just can't see a category that I fit into.

    Here are two that could work...

    Advertising
    Advertising consultants
    Advertising space providers
    Advertising services such as billposting

    Computer and IT consultancy or data processing
    Data processing and database activities Hardware and software consultants
    Software publishing


    What is a "product manager"?
    What do you actually do? (please respond without using buzzwords)
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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post
    What is a "product manager"?
    What do you actually do? (please respond without using buzzwords)
    He manages products... Duhhhhhhh
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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post
    What is a "product manager"?
    What do you actually do? (please respond without using buzzwords)
    A product manager investigates, selects, and drives the development of products for an company. Usually to help drive online acquisition, improve brand.

    Eg: It might be building some functionality for an app or some marketing activity (improve the customer journey to help increase transactions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post
    What is a "product manager"?
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    The Product Owner (PO) is the member of the Agile Team who serves as the Customer proxy and is responsible for working with Product Management and other stakeholders—including other Product Owners—to define and prioritize Stories in the Team Backlog so that the Solution effectively addresses program priorities
    Sounds like a post word(s) for a BA
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    This one I'd have thought:


    Computer and IT consultancy or data processing

    •Data processing and database activities Hardware and software consultants
    •Software publishing

    14.5%

    If you're an IT contractor

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    Quote Originally Posted by gables View Post
    This one I'd have thought:


    Computer and IT consultancy or data processing

    •Data processing and database activities Hardware and software consultants
    •Software publishing

    14.5%

    If you're an IT contractor
    I was afraid you were going to say that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SimonMac View Post
    Sounds like a post word(s) for a BA
    I would work with BA's to help define exactly what the stakeholder / customer wants needs. And be the 'vision' for the product. BA would do all the technical details of how that would be built.

    I'm more what what needs to be built.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghuznee View Post
    I was afraid you were going to say that...
    Yep he's right, you are in the 14.5% bracket.

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    Default Digital Product Manager / Product Owner - What flat rate do I fit into?

    Quote Originally Posted by ghuznee View Post
    I would work with BA's to help define exactly what the stakeholder / customer wants needs. And be the 'vision' for the product. BA would do all the technical details of how that would be built.

    I'm more what what needs to be built.
    In old-world speak he's a BA who works with System Analysts.

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