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  • HMRC and coinsWednesday 19th October 2016

    Reporting to HMRC every quarter from 2018.

    The Government and HMRC remain committed to the "Making Tax Digital" project with more information being sent online to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) by employers, pension funds, banks and other institutions. The next big step will be the introduction of quarterly reporting of income ...

  • Lightbulb growthWednesday 12th October 2016

    Knowledge Management

    Knowledge management in business is all about identifying and developing critical technical and management knowledge and deploying it across the firm in a way that adds value. Most businesses will have considered the risk of losing valuable knowledge to the extent that when talent walks out the ...

  • Loss making businessWednesday 28th September 2016

    Buying A Loss Making Company

    Animportant announcement in the March Budget was the proposed relaxation in the rules for setting off a company's losses against the profits of future periods. These proposed changes that will allow set off against profits of any source are currently being consulted on and, if enacted, ...

  • incorporationWednesday 21st September 2016

    VAT on Incorporation of a Business

    Despite the new dividend rules and the possible introduction of a new "look-though" entity many unincorporated businesses are still considering trading as a limited company. It is also important to consider the VAT implications of incorporation. Where the new company carries on the ...

  • Business StrategyWednesday 14th September 2016

    What does your strategy say to your customers?

    Your business’s strategy says a lot about what you and your firm believe in and where you are going to invest your resources. But what does your strategy say about your firm from your customer’s perspective? Your customers want to know that you and your business care about them. They ...

  • liquidationThursday 1st September 2016

    Liquidating A Company - Is it a Capital Gain?

    One of the anti-avoidance measures being introduced by the latest Finance Bill potentially changes the way that certain payments to shareholders will be taxed. This may result in payments following some company liquidations being taxed as dividends instead of capital gains. The Government is ...

  • Unique Selling PointWednesday 24th August 2016

    What is your USP?

    Most good marketing campaigns will focus on communicating a firm’s Unique Selling Point (USP). In today’s crowded market, customers have more choice than ever before. This increase in competition makes finding, defining and communicating your USP more important than ever before. So ...

  • HousesThursday 18th August 2016

    New Rules for Buy-To-Let Landlords

    The 2016 Finance Bill sees the introduction of important tax changes for property investors that were originally announced in the 2015 Budget. From 6 April 2016 onwards there are important tax changes affecting the replacement of furnishings for buy to let landlords. 6 April 2017 will see the ...

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