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17/06/2019 - Tax

Tax Agent Webinars - July 2019

A look at certain conditions that must be met for your clients to claim an asset has become of negligible value...

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13/06/2019 - GC's Blog

Companies House wants to get tough

Companies House have now released their long-awaited consultation white paper about their future and their vision for providing a more robust service...

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13/06/2019 - HMRC Update

HMRC Update - June 2019

MTD for VAT – the agent registration process...

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13/06/2019 - Business

Bionic Bookkeeper

After suffering a stroke at the young age of 26 Coral-Ann Mills MICB PM.Dip, who runs her own bookkeeping and accountancy business in Bedfordshire, now has what she calls her bionic leg...

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13/06/2019 - Member Profile

Meet Ade Omosanya FICB

Ade Omosanya FICB is the 2018 Luca Award winner of Employed Bookkeeper of the Year...

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11/06/2019 - Pensions

TPR Update - June 2019

The Pensions Regulator has issued its corporate plan covering 2019-2022 covering their priorities for the next three years...

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11/06/2019 - Technically Speaking

VAT schemes

VAT Schemes – not your normal standard of cash returns...

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31/05/2019 - GC's Blog

Our 2019 Inspire Tour is complete

16 cities and countless friendly faces later, our 2019 Inspire Tour is complete!

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31/05/2019 - Business

Elon Musk doing company expenses

Tesla CEO announces he’s personally examining employees’ expense reports in new cost-cutting exercise...

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31/05/2019 - Software & Technology

Import photo of spreadsheet

You can now use your smartphone to take a photo of a table and import it into Excel as an editable spreadsheet...

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