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An accountant’s role in digitising VAT and tax affairs

Date: 13 August 2019

By: Mike Parkes

Don't fall foul of 'landlord tax' changes

Date: 24 July 2019

By: Mike Parkes

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Three ways to finance your new construction project

Raising funds for building projects can be tricky - not least because you're selling something that doesn't exist yet. Three smart finance options.

Date: 9 July 2019 By: UK Property Finance

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Scotland Vs England And Wales: What are the tax differences?

Devolution is pushing Scotland towards self-governance and Wales may follow suit. Mike Parkes of GoSimpleTax looks at tax differences across the UK.

Date: 8 July 2019 By: Mike Parkes

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Car finance: responsible lending or debt worry?

Vehicle purchase finance is more accessible than ever - but is taking on that debt really a good idea? Why borrowing to buy quality could pay off.

Date: 28 June 2019 By: iConquer Ltd

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Why financial intelligence is key to your HR strategy

Financial intelligence is critical to the success of a human resources officer in delivering a successful HR strategy.

Date: 28 June 2019 By: Sheldon White

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How can companies minimise security risks?

Hackers target companies storing data. Discover how security measures such as EV SSL certificates and compliance with PCI DSS can protect data.

Date: 26 June 2019 By: Leo Evans

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Self-assessment - do I need to make a second payment on account?

Most self-assessment tax payers are aware of the January filing and payment deadline - but do you need to make a summer payment too? How to check.

Date: 18 June 2019 By: Mike Parkes

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2019 tax changes you may not have heard about

Although Making Tax Digital for VAT has been grabbing all the headlines, these lesser-known tax changes could also affect your and your business.

Date: 10 June 2019 By: Mike Parkes

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Do I need to complete a self assessment tax return?

If you are self-employed or have a source of untaxed income, you need to complete a self assessment. GoSimpleTax’s Mike Parkes provides clarity.

Date: 16 May 2019 By: GoSimpleTax

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Sole traders: make 2019/20 your most tax-efficient year yet

A new tax year is officially underway - and with it comes the opportunity for you to look at smart ways to reduce your tax liabilities.

Date: 16 May 2019 By: GoSimpleTax

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Raising finance for property or land development

Raising money to fund a property or land development project usually means sourcing a significant sum. Some of the most popular finance options.

Date: 16 May 2019 By: iConquer

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How to financially kickstart your freelance business

As a freelancer, growing your business can require significant investment - and finding cash may not be easy. Here are four ways to generate funds.

Date: 14 May 2019 By: Cash Lady

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Finding the best deal on a secured business loan

Taking out a loan without careful consideration is a recipe for trouble. How to calculate repayment costs and get a deal to suit your requirements.

Date: 14 May 2019 By: iConquer

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Solve business funding issues with bridging finance

When you need money fast, applying for bridging finance can be simpler and speedier than a traditional high street loan. Here are some common uses.

Date: 9 May 2019 By: iConquer Ltd

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Non-UK residents - new CGT rules you need to know

Rules introduced this April aim to make the UK capital gains system fairer by removing tax breaks for non-residents. How the changes could affect you.

Date: 30 April 2019 By: Whitefish Marketing

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R&D tax credits - why small can be beautiful

Sometimes there are big advantages to being the little guy. How research and development relief for SMEs could take a chunk off your tax bill.

Date: 30 April 2019 By: Whitefish Marketing

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The benefits of buying business equipment on finance

All businesses need equipment to get the job done. Discover the benefits of equipment finance and how you can get your hands on the kit you need now.

Date: 25 April 2019 By: iConquer

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Jump to it - tax and pay rates and rules have changed again

The start of a new tax year always brings changes to tax and pay rates. We cover the main headlines.

Date: 8 April 2019 By: Fiona Prior

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