Regulations for new employees have changed – are you up to date?

Jon Heddle

06 September 2017

The latest in our series of blogs for National Payroll Week, is based on recent research by the Pensions Regulator. Apparently, almost half of accountants, payroll bureaux and bookkeepers, weren’t aware that new employers will have to enrol eligible staff … Read More >>

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PAYE has just gone dynamic

Cheryl Cook

05 September 2017

It’s National Payroll Week, so we thought it would be a good time to pick out a few topics that are currently high on the industry agenda. The latest comes from HMRC, which has recently announced the launch of a … Read More >>

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Q&A: The right to work in the UK

Joanna Gander

04 September 2017

Q: I run an events company and I’ve just employed a number of people for the busy summer season – more than 100 in fact. Some are just staying in the country for the summer, whilst I’m quite certain that … Read More >>

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E-commerce in China – could there be a benefit to UK businesses?

Geoff Collis

29 August 2017

China continues to be recognised as an important trading partner with the UK and as cross-border business in China slowly untangles itself from a web of new policy and regulation, there could be lucrative opportunities for businesses in the UK. … Read More >>

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Retailers: Keep heavy discounting at bay

Phil Mullis

24 August 2017

In a previous blog, I discussed ways in which past and future data can be used to predict stock, so that it didn’t lead to over ordering and heavy discounting. As a follow up to that blog, I’d like to … Read More >>

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Corporation tax loss relief: more flexible rules apply

James Harper

17 August 2017

The Government has now released draft legislation to which reforms Corporation Tax loss relief are to be introduced this autumn in the Finance Bill 2017. The aim is to give more flexibility in the way losses can be used when … Read More >>

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Why the Making Tax Digital delay shouldn’t stop you moving to the Cloud

Simon Woodhams

14 August 2017

Making Tax Digital (“MTD”) continues to be a hot topic, especially after the Government’s recent announcement of a delay to the proposed start date. However, just because the timetable has been pushed back, now is not the time for businesses … Read More >>

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Brexit: what is next for farming?

Ian McIntyre

09 August 2017

The questions surrounding Brexit keep coming and for the farming industry there have been a number of raised concerns, particularly around the continuation of critical farm subsidies and the cap. We didn’t have to wait long to hear what was … Read More >>

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Are you below the limit?

Jon Brand

24 July 2017

Audit thresholds have changed recently, leaving many companies wondering if they will be required to carry out an audit. But, just because you may now be below the limit for a compulsory audit, it doesn’t mean you don’t need one, … Read More >>

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SDLT changes and the effect on conveyancing work

Tommy White

19 July 2017

When the Government introduced the increased Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) for second homeowners, there was significant concern in the legal sector that this could account for a reduced amount of conveyancing work for law firms, as people delayed, or … Read More >>

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