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Key Business Trends for 2022

Key Business Trends for 2022

The world is changing fast and businesses are having to adapt accordingly. Businesses across the world have been grappling with rapid transformation because of changes to working practices, shifts in buyer behaviour and ongoing economic...

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Revenue expenditure – Property Repairs

Revenue expenditure – Property Repairs

How and when relief is available? What counts as a ‘repair’? HMRC defines a ‘repair’ as ‘the restoration of an asset by replacing subsidiary parts of the whole asset’. They illustrate this with the example of the cost of replacing tiles blown off...

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How to Improve Cash Flow and Reduce Risk

How to Improve Cash Flow and Reduce Risk

Making sure bills are paid on time is absolutely critical for any business wanting to improve cash flow and strengthen the balance sheet, explains Warwick Haycock, accounting software specialist, Access Group SMEs are the backbone of the UK...

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Pension Access Age Raised to 57

Pension Access Age Raised to 57

The government plans to increase the earliest age pension savers can access their pensions without incurring an unauthorised payments tax charge, known as the normal minimum pension age, from 55 to 57. The age change will come into force from 6...

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Reducing your IHT Liabilities

Reducing your IHT Liabilities

Published 23rd September 2021 Most of us would prefer that our loved ones receive our wealth when we die, rather than the taxman. But with property becoming more expensive, more people than ever are becoming liable for inheritance tax. At...

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New Health & Social Care Levy

New Health & Social Care Levy

New health and social care Levy to be introduced across the UK to provide extra cash to reform the Health and Social care systems in England. The Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced last Tuesday that the proposed increases in National Insurance...

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Work From Anywhere Policies

Work From Anywhere Policies

Work From Anywhere Policies The pandemic proved that many of us could do our jobs from literally anywhere. So how should a business manage this? These days we hear more and more about “digital nomads”. These are people who have embraced technology...

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What to do when you get a pay rise

What to do when you get a pay rise

Coming out of a deep recession can be an exciting time. Many businesses are looking less shaky, jobs are looking more secure. With employers taking on new staff, some people may be looking at a hike in their income – either in a new role, or from...

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Key Business Trends for 2022

Key Business Trends for 2022

The world is changing fast and businesses are having to adapt accordingly. Businesses across the world have been grappling with rapid transformation because of changes to working practices, shifts in buyer behaviour and ongoing economic uncertainty. The way we work is...

read more
Revenue expenditure – Property Repairs

Revenue expenditure – Property Repairs

How and when relief is available? What counts as a ‘repair’? HMRC defines a ‘repair’ as ‘the restoration of an asset by replacing subsidiary parts of the whole asset’. They illustrate this with the example of the cost of replacing tiles blown off by a storm. However,...

read more
How to Improve Cash Flow and Reduce Risk

How to Improve Cash Flow and Reduce Risk

Making sure bills are paid on time is absolutely critical for any business wanting to improve cash flow and strengthen the balance sheet, explains Warwick Haycock, accounting software specialist, Access Group SMEs are the backbone of the UK economy, accounting for...

read more
Pension Access Age Raised to 57

Pension Access Age Raised to 57

The government plans to increase the earliest age pension savers can access their pensions without incurring an unauthorised payments tax charge, known as the normal minimum pension age, from 55 to 57. The age change will come into force from 6 April 2028. Legislation...

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Reducing your IHT Liabilities

Reducing your IHT Liabilities

Published 23rd September 2021 Most of us would prefer that our loved ones receive our wealth when we die, rather than the taxman. But with property becoming more expensive, more people than ever are becoming liable for inheritance tax. At AccountingPreneur we are...

read more
New Health & Social Care Levy

New Health & Social Care Levy

New health and social care Levy to be introduced across the UK to provide extra cash to reform the Health and Social care systems in England. The Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced last Tuesday that the proposed increases in National Insurance Contributions and...

read more
Work From Anywhere Policies

Work From Anywhere Policies

Work From Anywhere Policies The pandemic proved that many of us could do our jobs from literally anywhere. So how should a business manage this? These days we hear more and more about “digital nomads”. These are people who have embraced technology in a way that allows...

read more
What to do when you get a pay rise

What to do when you get a pay rise

Coming out of a deep recession can be an exciting time. Many businesses are looking less shaky, jobs are looking more secure. With employers taking on new staff, some people may be looking at a hike in their income – either in a new role, or from an existing employer...

read more