Are you ready for the digital VAT changeover?

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With only ten months to go before VAT registered entities have to keep digital records and use computer software to file their VAT returns online, a leading adviser is warning business owners to not bury […]

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New online platform for filing VAT returns

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Since 14 February 2018 VAT returns have to be filed via a new government platform. Bishop Fleming’s James Darby explains what you need to do. As part of an upgrade to their systems, HM Revenue […]

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Sage 50 Accounts – upgrade to file online tax forms

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Sage 50 Accounts users who are using old versions of the software will need to upgrade to carry on submitting reports to the tax office. Bishop Fleming’s Mark Smith explains what you need to do. […]

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Fundraising disclosures in charity accounts

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In response to the recent bad publicity surrounding charity fundraising, new disclosure requirements concerning fundraising for charities subject to audit have been introduced for charity accounts reporting periods beginning on or after 1 November 2016. […]

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Digital tax reporting from April 2018

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The government has announced that digital tax reporting for unincorporated businesses and landlords will start in April 2018, despite calls for it to be delayed. But there will be relaxations from what had originally been planned. […]

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FRS 102: Small companies called to account

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For accounting periods starting on or after 1 January 2016, small companies face radical reforms to the presentation of their financial reports under Financial Reporting Standard 102 (FRS 102) Section 1A. Therefore a company with […]

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Charities: what makes a good impact report

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An Impact Report should clearly be able to show the effect a charity is having with the use of the donations it has received. A question that charities should be asking themselves is “how do our […]

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People with Significant Control Register (PSC Register) – Q&A’s

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What is the People with Significant Control Register (PSC Register)? From 6 April 2016, UK Companies and Limited Liability Partnerships are required to maintain a PSC register and investigate any potential PSC’s who may require […]

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Beetles over Juiced?

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Recent stories in the media about over-emitting diesel VWs raised questions about how these polluting vehicles are taxed when it comes to assessing benefits in kind. Are employees driving around in company VWs in peril […]

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Farmers, milk pools and quotas

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Milk quotas have been abolished after more than three decades of EU attempts to control dairy production. Whilst this may lead to milk pools and butter mountains in the future, a current tax issue for […]

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