No Change to IR35 Legislation after all

, 10 January 2020

At the time of the general election, we were happy to hear that all of the major political parties said that they were going to do something to look at IR35. But here we are. It seems like every single election ever, it was just hot air and bluster to get our votes.  It’s happening, […]

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Self-Assessment Deadline is Looming

, 04 January 2020

File your personal tax online? Well, just in case you’d forgotten, January 31 is fast approaching, and so without further ado, it’s time to get your tax return done. If you’re smart, you already use one of our amazing recommended accountants who has already completed your return for you, or has given you the data […]

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The End of the World as we Know it?

, 29 December 2019

So here we are, year end (although not technically ‘year end’ financially for all of us). Not only that, it’s the end of a decade. And what a decade it’s been! The accountancy world has had more than its fair share of dramas, legislations, frauds and general buggering about that’s made the world of filing and paying tax ever more complex and painful.

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A Contractor’s Christmas

, 23 December 2019

Depending on the nature of your contracting, Christmas week will either see you putting your feet up and enjoying a well-earned break with most of the rest of the UK population, with a scant few days off before starting back up on the 27th, or, if you are a nurse, carer, or shift worker, you […]

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What Will Brexit Mean for Contractors?

, 16 December 2019

So, the election is over and (hopefully) everyone is looking forward to Christmas and a new year ahead of us. At this time of year, we like to reflect and review and plan for the coming year.

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Thinking of Merging Your Business? HMRC has New Guidance

, 09 December 2019

HMRC has recently updated some of its regulations when it comes to company mergers.

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Small businesses need better forecasts

, 02 December 2019

And we don’t mean its bloody cold and going to rain all week. In a world of pre-election, pre-maybe-Brexit and IR35 hoo-hah, being a small business owner has never been tougher, in the post-war era. At some point in time, it’s entirely possible that you may require funding. But how to get it? Lending to […]

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How to Build Your Contractor Brand

, 25 November 2019

Working as a contractor is tough, as you likely already know. If you work on just a single contract at a time, you have the issue of not knowing when it may end, or risk sudden termination if the company gets into trouble or needs to make cutbacks, leaving you out in the cold.

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IR35 Changes Causing Concern

, 18 November 2019

Another day, another IR35 bombshell that will shock nobody bar HMRC (probably). A new survey conducted by Robert Half has found that more than three in five senior decision makers are either very concerned or somewhat concerned that IR35 changes, due in April next year, will make it hard for them to attract temporary workers.

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Accountancy Lacks Diversity, Who Knew?

, 11 November 2019

The accountancy sector has been going through a tough time of late. Under the spotlight for auditing issues, IR35 a topic on everyone’s tongues, and now, it’s a matter of diversity. And we don’t mean that dance crew.

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Goals on Sunday, Legal Action on Monday.

, 04 November 2019

More football-related accountancy news this week, this time courtesy of Goals Soccer Centre, who were forced to delist from the AIM stock exchange earlier this year as a result of financial irregularities, and have just admitted that their business accounts mayhave been overstated by a whopping £40m, since 2009.

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Thomas Cook’s Accountancy Practice’s Flying Under the Radar

, 28 October 2019

It was reported last week that the Chair of the UK Government’s Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) committee has accused the accounting industry of being somewhat complicit in the recent collapse of Thomas Cook.

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If you can’t do the time, don’t do the crime

, 14 October 2019

HMRC continue to crack down on tax evasion and the sentences are getting steeper../

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More Football Fecundity

, 14 October 2019

This time, it's Spanish footballer Xavi Alonso up in court for tax evasion...

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