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Ken Dodd’s last laugh

The obituaries of comedian Ken Dodd, who died on 11 March, all mention the fact that in 1989 he stood ...
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Independent review into Co-op collapse

Following the banning of Paul Flowers, former Chair of Co-operative Bank, from the financial services industry, the Treasury has directed ...
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Manufacturing enjoys longest run of growth since records began

Manufacturing is on the up and in the midst of its longest run of growth ever. That is according to ...
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Dental charges increased by Department of Health and Social Care

The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) has increased the cost of patient charges, in what dentists are saying ...
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Investigation into VAT for small firms

Chancellor Philip Hammond announced in his Spring Statement that he will conduct an investigation into VAT for small businesses and ...
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Rethink of business taxes urged

A think tank has argued that business tax in the UK should be ‘rebalanced’ to ensure that the most profitable ...
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Body will face battle to sell the benefits of tax reforms

Officials at HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) still face an uphill battle to convince businesses of the merits of the ...
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One-year delay to MTD for small businesses ‘not enough’

Chancellor Philip Hammond announced in the recent Budget that plans to digitise tax returns for small businesses have been delayed ...
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Export sales treble

Small and medium-sized businesses in the UK took advantage of a record-low pound to treble their export sales in the ...
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£30K tax-free redundancy payments set to be abolished

Payments in Lieu of Notice (PILON), one aspect of a typical redundancy payment, alongside compensation for loss of employment, is ...
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Reporting company car expenses and fuel

If you provide cars to your employees for their own private use, you will need to report this to HM ...
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Business rates are a “ticking time bomb”

In April 2017, businesses are expecting to receive the first indication of their new business rates following the latest revaluation ...
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Businesses Trusting Cloud Computing

A new study has found that businesses are increasingly beginning to trust cloud computing as part of their everyday operations ...
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RTI Scope Extended

Following the successful pilot of HMRC’s Real Time Information (RTI) pilot scheme; the taxman yesterday (June 21st 2012) announced that ...
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Forensic Accountants to Review Post Office

It has been announced that the Post Office have appointed forensic accountants to examine allegations of deficiencies in the computer ...
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Promise to Stop EU Rules Killing Off Company Pensions

This week the pensions minister, Steve Webb, has promised to stop potentially “catastrophic” European Union plans to impose funding rules ...
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RTI Consultation Launched

A consultation document which aims to make PAYE reporting via their Real Time Information (RTI) system as simple and straightforward ...
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