Bitcoin – Crypto through the taxes

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Crypto Currency Gains and Taxes. What are the risks to your crypto currency gains? The volatility of exchange rates is the obvious one, but what about the taxman? In reality, in all but a few […]

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Guide to using the Benchmark Report

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Our recently released benchmarking report is a useful tool for both single academy (SAT) and multi academy trusts (MAT) to assist with your academy planning. The body of the report This details our core findings […]

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Is your charity ready for GDPR… or even aware of GDPR?

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The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) recently published the results of its research into preparation for the new GDPR legislation which comes into force on 25 May 2018. The link to their […]

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New clampdown on high-cost credit planned

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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is considering a clampdown on companies that provide high-cost credit to consumers. This could include imposing a cap on interest rates charged. Such a move would be a follow up […]

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Academies fight to stay afloat as reserve crisis looms

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Eight out of ten academies are running at a deficit, as they battle to hold on to their dwindling resources under a deluge of rising costs and increasing scrutiny, according to the latest survey of […]

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Care Quality Commission imposes financial viability test

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From 12 February 2018 the Care Quality Commission (CQC) is imposing a new financial viability test on new care providers. Urgent action is required to obtain a statement of financial viability. The CQC has confirmed that the new test […]

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Academy Trusts’ duty to Report on Payment Practices and Performance

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New rules requiring the UK’s large businesses, including Academy Trusts, to publish half-yearly reports on their payment practices, policies and performance, came into force for financial years beginning on or after 6 April 2017. The reporting requirement […]

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School League Tables – does your trust board have clarity?

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With the MAT and secondary school performance league tables newly released  today (25th January), it is a timely reminder to check your board’s understanding and scrutiny of data, together with the benchmarking of this, against other schools/MAT’s. […]

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Darwin’s tenner faces extinction from March 2018

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The paper £10 note which features the naturalist Charles Darwin on the back will be withdrawn from circulation on 1 March 2018. From that date only the new plastic £10 notes, with author Jane Austen […]

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Innovate UK Loans

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Innovate UK is the country’s innovation agency, sponsored by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS), to support business to realise the potential of new technologies, develop ideas and make them a commercial […]

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