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One click and the payroll’s done!

Processing payrolls can be labour-intensive. So, what would the world look like if we could process payrolls with one click? Today, payroll bureau operations can install a one click solution. Here’s how… Say a bureau practice runs over 300 client payrolls. Half of those payrolls are classed as standard or threshold payrolls (paid up the […]

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HMRC backs Rhino for MTD

When HMRC published its MTD software supplier ‘list’ in March, only two names were on it. Everyone in the industry had heard of IRIS. But Rhino, was less well known. Even slightly mysterious… a bit out of left-field. Well, the Leicestershire-based group has come out of hiding so to speak, to share a bit of […]

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A life more digital with HMRC

I was trawling the internet the other day and came across this great new blog from the HMRC digital relationship lead. It’s aimed at software developers, but it’s interesting none the less… so I thought I’d share. I’m Louise Tarpy, HMRC’s Digital Relationship Lead in the new Digital Relationship Management team. Welcome to my first […]

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My must-see sessions and speakers at Accountex 2018

There are times when a supplier gets the mix ‘just right’. And that’s what we believe the team behind Accountex has done since year one. As an event, it’s a clever cocktail of suppliers, content and leading speakers that accountancy firms, finance directors and industry professionals all love. From the outside, the event line-up may […]

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Mel Stride looks into the future of taxation

What better way to warm up a cold and damp start to the week than with a few comments about taxation from Mel Stride, financial secretary to the Treasury. On the tax system and the changing face of business in the not too distant future, he says: “Who knows where it’ll end up. “I’ve just […]

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Accountants expect clients will need more help with VAT

Welcome to Friday, and a bit of interesting MTD research. Accountants reckon they’ll provide VAT submission services for even more clients following next April’s VAT deadline. Software group IRIS has found that accountants do not believe their clients are willing to continue to spend time keeping their books up to date and would prefer their […]

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HMRC… it giveth and it taketh away, apparently

Good morning everyone, and welcome to Tuesday’s dip into the news from the worlds of accounting and finance. First up today is HMRC. This headline stood out by some considerable distance: “Accountants face increased HMRC demands for client information.” According to Accountancy Daily: “HMRC requests to accountants and other advisers for confidential information on clients […]

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How to avoid a digital domesday scenario…

As you know, the Domesday Book is the record of the “Great Survey” ordered by William the Conqueror in 1086. You may not know, however, that we are rapidly approaching a “Domesday for the Digitally Disconnected”. The next UK census in 2021 will be ditching the parchment and going “online first”. That’s right, for the […]

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Jeremy Hunt blames his accountant for property blunder

Jeremy Hunt, health secretary, says it was an “honest mistake” by his accountant that led to his alleged problems with money laundering rules. Hunt’s delay in declaring an interest in a property company he set up to buy luxury property in Southampton was described as “simply unacceptable” by the parliamentary commissioner. Mare Pond properties was […]

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