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The Bookkeepers Summit 2020

Over 1000 people attended the 2020 Bookkeepers Summit in November. Alongside CPD learning sessions on everything from VAT to hiring staff, bookkeepers enjoyed an incredible networking experience and were able to join focused breakout sessions and meet others in 1-2-1 chat and video meetings.

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18/12/2020 - HMRC Update

COVID-19 support

A round up on the government's support schemes going into 2021 and what you need to do.

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18/12/2020 - COVID-19

Chancellor further extends support

The furlough scheme has been extended until the end of April 2021, with the government continuing to contribute 80% towards wages, the Chancellor has announced.

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17/12/2020 - General

A bookkeeper’s 12 days of Christmas

On the first day of Christmas my client sent to me...

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17/12/2020 - Pensions

The Pensions Regulator update

Feedback from our recent working group meetings, and from 1-2-1 meetings indicate that nominated contacts provided to TPR by employers may have changed as a result of furlough or changes in staff.

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17/12/2020 - Business

Stopping paper reminders

Companies House will no longer send out paper reminders to companies.

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17/12/2020 - HMRC Update

HMRC Talking Points

There are still a couple of HMRC’s regular Talking Points for you to sign up to before we leave 2020 behind us.

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17/12/2020 - Tax

Time for a WFH tax?

Those working from home should be taxed to help support those whose jobs are under threat, says Deutsche Bank in a new report.

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17/12/2020 - General

Christmas crackers

We found some Christmas cracker jokes on Fluidly’s website, and as it’s the season for sharing, you can find them below.

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17/12/2020 - HMRC Update

Agent Update – issue 81

You do not need to be told self-assessment time is here again! But, just in case you need any help and guidance, HMRC’s latest Agent Update has been published.

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16/12/2020 - Tax

Disrupting tax avoidance promoters

HMRC and the Advertising Standards Authority have joined forces to cut the promotion of misleading marketing for tax avoidance schemes.

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