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How To Protect Your Premises From Burglars

You've invested time, energy and money in your business, and you want to protect your premises from burglars ...

 

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Potential Inheritance Tax Overhaul

The Office of Tax Simplification has come up with a few ideas on how to deal with the complexities of Inheritance Tax ...

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You're Invited To The Essendon Accounts And Tax 5th Birthday Party!

I'm very pleased to invite you to the celebration of our 5th Birthday in September at Potterspury House ...

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What's The Future Of Our Taxes?

When we get a new Prime Minister, we always seem to have a number of changes to complicate our tax calculations ...

   
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First Mandatory Quarterly Making Tax Digital VAT Returns Are Due

The first mandatory quarterly Making Tax Digital VAT Returns (for the period ending June 30th) are due by 7th August ...

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What Are The Rules Around Jury Service For Your Employees?

I recently spoke to a client who had been told by one of their employees that they have been selected for jury service ...

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Welcome To The 3rd Edition Of The Business Godparent!

This quarter, my introduction takes place at the EAT breakfast networking group, and we also welcome two new members to our team ...

   
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Change Of Date For The 2020 Early May Bank Holiday

For 2020 only, the Early May Bank Holiday is moving to Friday 8th May in commemoration of the 75th Anniversary of VE Day ...

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Do You Know about The 'Pay Now' Button For Paying Tax Online?

HMRC has made available a pay now button on various gov.uk webpages. This facility was originally to pay Corporation Tax ...

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Making Tax Digital: An Update

Many businesses have filed their last VAT return under the old regime, and we are registering them for Making Tax Digital ...

 
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Pensions: Law Breaking Employers Are Being Targeted

The Pensions Regulator (TPR) will be targetting a new wave of compliance checks at employers across the United Kingdom ...

 

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Are You A Company Director At Risk Of Fraud?

Recently, 9,769 complaints have been made to Companies House from company directors worried about their data ...

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The Deadlines Continue And P11D Forms Are Next

Reporting season is upon us, and there's a whole raft of forms that need filing soon. P11D forms should be filed by 6th July ...

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Reminder: P60 Forms Are Due By 31st May

If you haven't already issued them, all your employees will need a copy of their P60 form by 31st May 2019 ...

   
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7 Top Tips On How To Be A Successful Landlord

This week, I have 7 top tips that Mark I'Anson sent out on an email recently about how to be a successful landlord ...

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HMRC's Payment On Account System Glitches

HMRC has been upgrading its IT systems, but things go wrong. It's Payment On Account system had a glitch recently ...

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New Thoughts From The Business Godparent

I'm known as the Business Godparent due to the incredible level of help and support I offer to the clients of Essendon Accounts ...

   
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April 2019: New Payslip Legislation

The new tax year always brings changes with it and one of the things which have come into force is the new payslip legislation ...

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When To Register Your Business For VAT

Many businesses feel that registering for VAT is the right thing to do, but are you sure it's the best thing right now?

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What's Changing In The New Tax Year?

Saturday 6th April was the start of new tax year 2019/20, and changes have been made to both personal and business taxation ...

 
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Year End Tax Planning

The 2018/19 tax year is rapidly coming to a close. Have you considered every aspect of your tax planning?