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Now in its 10th year, this two-day event will give you industry insight, regulatory updates, thought leadership and the chance to meet up and get motivated with your peers

Join us for the hotly-anticipated climax of 2019. The Bookkeepers Summit on 25 and 26 November is the ultimate event for bookkeepers who want to stay at the top of their game.

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21/10/2019 - Advisory Council Chair’s Blog

To office or not to office...

To office or not to office; that is the question!

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17/10/2019 - Wellbeing

Clarity, confidence and control

5 top tips to overhauling entrepreneurial overwhelm and creating clarity, confidence and control...

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15/10/2019 - Tax

Tax Agent Webinars - November 2019

This month includes a webinar that will cover what employers must do to avoid errors and ensure compliance when paying the national minimum wage...

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09/10/2019 - Membership Benefits

Smart spending with ICBenefits

ICBenefits has some amazing offers on travel, tech and gifts to help you save this season...

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08/10/2019 - Software & Technology

Single platform, simpler life

With Xero’s award-winning accounting software, you get all the tools you need to take care of the numbers for the businesses that rely on you...

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08/10/2019 - HMRC Update

HMRC Update - October 2019

Including updates on Brexit and EORI numbers, MTD for VAT and HMRC's agent online forum...

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08/10/2019 - Bookkeepers Summit

Work smarter with BrightPay

Free up time, work smarter and make more profits...

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02/10/2019 - Tax

Tax Agent Webinars - October 2019

Including the latest information regarding the new Agent Services Account and signing clients up to Making Tax Digital...

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27/09/2019 - Business

Sage acquisition of AutoEntry

Sage today announced it has acquired AutoEntry and you can find out all about it at the Bookkeepers Summit...

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27/09/2019 - GC's Blog

No more money for OPBAS

OPBAS is going to settle for its first option of invoicing ICB and several other professional bodies for a nominal £5000...

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