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Congratulations to our client Right at Home for the opening of their 50th UK office in Twyford, attended by the Prime Minister, Theresa May. The Prime Minister spoke of her admiration for the work of community care teams as she attended the official opening of a new business...
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In 1918 the Representation of the People Act gave (some) women the vote in GB and Northern Ireland. Throughout this centenary year The Institute of Certified Bookkeepers (ICB) will be honouring 100 inspiring and influential women bookkeepers.  We are extremely prou...
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It's all change with Auto-Enrolment .  In October 2017 auto-enrolment hit its five-year milestone and we head towards the first increase in contributions. What's involved and what might be the additional cost? Background Auto-enrolment began in the autumn of 2012 and in...
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You met the Self -Assessment deadline of 31st January with ease and also paid your tax liability. However, you feel that perhaps you have paid too much tax?    Does this sound familiar? If so, you are not alone. Here are a few of our tips for consideration dur...
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Keeping paperwork isn’t everyone’s strong point – and that’s ok. HMRC have realised this, and in an unusual attempt to help you claim some of the more complex expenses, they have created simplified expenses. So, what exactly is a simplified expense? A simplified expe...
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We are looking forward to welcoming Electra Webb to the Cashtrak team.  Electra will be joining us from February 2018....
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We’re often asked what the difference is between a bookkeeper and an accountant? Here’s a primer… Bookkeeping: Let’s take a look at the dictionary definition: Bookkeeping is “the skill or occupation of maintaining accurate records of business transactions”. ...
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VAT  (or Value Added Tax to give its full name) was introduced in the UK in 1973 and is the third largest source of government revenue  after income tax and National Insurance.  VAT is levied on the sale of goods and services by UK businesses. The standard rat...
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Construction Industry Scheme (often shortened to CIS) is a scheme put in place by HMRC in 2007 where contractors deduct a percentage of money from a subcontractor’s payments which is then passed on to HMRC. The scheme only requires contractors to register, however&nbs...
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Budget Summary - November 2017

November 30, 2017
We have put together a summary from the November 2017 budget.  Please do click on this link to download the full summary....
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