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Some more key tax and business topics...
Bribery Act 2010
This factsheet gives an overview of the procedures you must put in place in relation to the Bribery Act 2010.
An introduction to the main capital allowances.
Cash basis for the self-employed
An overview of the new cash basis for calculating taxable income.
Charities in England and Wales: trustees' responsibilities
The main responsibilities for charity trustees.
Charities in Scotland: trustees' responsibilities
We consider the various responsibilities of being a Scottish Charity Trustee with particular emphasis on accounting and audit requirements.
Employed or self employed?
How to determine whether you are employed or self-employed?
Employer supported childcare
An introduction to the rules governing ESC.
How long should you keep books and records?
A guide to the rules for record retention.
How to gain the most from your accounting records
Reducing the time needed in your accounts preparation.
Husband and wife businesses
The tax and legal issues of owning a business with a spouse.
Preventing Late Payments
Tips to help businesses avoid falling victim to the 'late payment culture'.
Recent changes to apprenticeships
Details of the new Apprenticeship Levy.
A guide to the tax and NIC advantages.
Take care to avoid a penalty
Make sure your tax affairs avoid an HMRC penalty.
The Construction Industry Scheme
Rules for contractors.
The National Living Wage and the National Minimum Wage
Ensure you are compliant with all the rates.
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