Author Archives for: Susan

Covid-19: Learning lessons for the future

Mike Sopp looks at some of the changes organisations could make to improve resilience and crisis management.http://bit.ly/3bfveOh
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Q&A: trade losses on incorporation

Accountancy Daily’s regular Q&A on technical tax issues explains incorporation relief compliance when a sole trader incorporates. http://bit.ly/3pA9py
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HMRC to waive self assessment penalties for one month

Self assessment taxpayers will not receive a penalty for their late online tax return if they file by 28 February, HMRC chief executive Jim Harra has announced. #HMRC #selfassessment #tax #onlinetaxreturn
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Brexit implications for employment law

How has Brexit changed employment law? Read about the full implications that are now becoming a clear reality for many. #Brexit #employmentlaw #
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10 ways to optimise homeworking

Staff working from home? Here are 10 considerations to help ensure the home office is safe and productive #homeworking #healthandsafety #lockdown
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Q&A: freight transport changes

Croner Taxwise VAT adviser, Arti Sonpal, explores changes to the VAT liability of supplies following the end of the Brexit transition periodRead the article here:http://bit.ly/3o4Bflg #freighttransport #VTAliability #Brexit
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Top five question about furlough and zero-hours workers

Our employment law helpline, BrightAdvice, has received hundreds of calls about how furlough and zero-hours contracts work under the Job Retention Scheme extension. Alan Price, HR expert and CEO at BrightHR, answers five of the most frequently asked questions. Read answers here: https://bit.ly/36l5oao #furlough #zerohours #zerohoursworkers #jobretentionscheme
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International trade: Brexit Update (Video)

Troubled by the prospect of Brexit and how it will impact your business? Watch leading customs expert, Sandra Strong, explain how you can meet the new regulations on importing and exporting goods from 2021. Watch complimentary video here: https://bit.ly/3grUiDV #brexit #internationaltrade #trade
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#Government risks £26bn losses from bounce back #loanscheme

#Business defaults and fraud could result in potential losses of £15bn to £26bn for the government’s #COVID19 Bounce Back Loan scheme, the National Audit Office (NAO) is warning Read more: https://bit.ly/3luFRAo
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R35 delay leads to blanket ban U-turn

The delay to the private sector #IR35 roll-out has encouraged more #employers to ‘get it right this time around’, with staffing companies reporting that over a third of hirers (35%) were making a U-turn on non-PSC decisions Read more: https://bit.ly/2FEwqhV  #employmenttax #tax #taxcompliance #taxplanning #business
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