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Time to Make a Clean Break

Laurence Vogel outlines the imminent changes to Vehicle Excise Duty   From April, there will be big changes to the way Vehicle Excise Duty (VED), commonly...

Tales From the Phones

Here are some more sample questions submitted by members to the ICPA/Qdos telephone helpline   Q: Can a non-resident claim personal allowances and what UK income...

Taking the Great Leap Forward

PQ magazine’s Graham Hambly takes a look at how the UK’s accountancy bodies are changing the way they assess their students   Some of you out...

Into the Unknown

Ben Chaplin examines what Donald Trump’s shock election victory in the US could mean for post-Brexit Britain   Donald Trump’s US election victory is the biggest...

How to Deal with Employee Lateness and Absenteeism

The number of strikes affecting public transport is creating havoc with employee attendance. Where do employers stand on this issue? Where an employee fails to...

Don’t Get into a Scrape

Ian Vickers outlines the opportunities afforded by automatic bank feeds – and points out the pitfalls   It seems the world is getting more automated with...

Deliberate penalties: HMRC’s unacceptable approach?

Words matter, says Ben Chaplin, especially when it comes to HMRC dishing out penalties for ‘deliberate’ tax return failures   The Daily Telegraph published an article...

What is Hootsuite?

Nick Lewis explains how a new platform can help you manage your social media output easily and efficiently   If you are serious about social media...

Beware the Gathering Storm

Simon Palmer explains the Auto Enrolment obligations for SMEs   The Workplace Pensions scheme has been in place since October 2012 but we are now entering...

AML: Let’s start at the very beginning…

Richard Simms goes back to basics with some anti-money laundering building blocks   We are fortunate enough to be able to work with a large number...

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