Pre-Year End tax tips – page 71
Tax saving tips for pre-year end
Looks like a good night out in Birmingham for the McPhersons management team last week. The 2020 Innovation accountants conference coincided with Lee Bowden’s birthday so suitable arrangements were made to ensure he had a great time. Not sure how
GDPR is coming but we still have time to get prepared. Here is a checklist of things to do to get you started!
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We are all used to entering our password periodically to get apps etc. However, some fraudsters have developed some clever techniques for mimicking the password request form. Read more about how they’re doing this and find out how to avoid
Airbnb , the accommodation website made rental collections of £657m for property owners but only £188,000 was paid in tax. One of the reasons for this was giving shares to staff which were tax-deductable. Read.
Students who have been heading back to university in recent weeks could be entitled to a helpful tax refund, according to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC). Those who worked through their summer holidays may have been taxed through PAYE, as
Late payments are a headache that most small businesses are familiar with, but new research shows that late payments create problems for the economy as a whole. Figures published by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills show that UK
It’s all change when it comes to cash. Last month saw the introduction of a new £10 note and this month sees our last chance to spend the old round £1 coin. Following on from the new Churchill £5 note,