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Archive: July 2011

P11D's - the real date for submissions

As usual, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has publicised on its website that Forms P11D – which detail employees’ “benefits in kind” such as Company cars and fuel available for private use Private medical insurance Club membership Empl...

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11 Jul 11
Lee Sharpe

Revenue delays issuing Self Assessment Statements for July payments – but interest postponed

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has struggled to issue the normal Self Assessment Statements of Account in time for the second 2010/11 Payment on Account, which is due on 31 July, and up to 500,000 taxpayers may still be waiting for their Statements.

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25 Jul 11
Lee Sharpe

What does the Bribery Act mean for your business?

The Bribery Act came into effect on 1 July. If you are in business, you need to know about it and to comply with it. You may not make the headlines. They are reserved for the likes of Alstom, who have denied allegations that they paid 81m in brib...

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31 Jul 11
Ashley Hayman

Any points for your business to learn from the News of the World scandal?

The News of the World scandal touches upon a number of points of the criminal code. We do not know whether payments were made to police officers; but, if such payments were to be made now, that would probably be a breach of the new Bribery Act. (A...

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19 Jul 11
Ashley Hayman

Sage 50 - how to get rid of the "terms not agreed" message. Video blog.

How often when raising an invoice does the irritating “terms not agreed” message appear? It doesn’t need to be there so get rid of it!!! Hannah shows you how in her video blog!! Sage 50 - how to get rid of the "terms not agreed" message!

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18 Jul 11
Hannah Large

Sage 50 - how to get rid of the "terms not agreed message". pdf blog.

How often when raising an invoice does the irritating “terms not agreed” message appear? It doesn’t need to be there so get rid of it!!! If you prefer not to follow a video "how to" guide then this is the blog for you! Otherwise see Hannah's video...

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24 Jul 11
Hannah Large

Sage 50 - how to file your VAT on-line. Video blog.

If you're a Sage 50 user you can file your VAT return direct and avoid the Government gateway. In her video blog, Hannah uses real time screenshots to explain how to set up your Sage 50 accounts so that you can file your VAT on-line. Have you tried...

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3 Jul 11
Hannah Large

Sage 50 - changing the default views. Video blog.

Experienced Sage users may benefit from changing their current view to another option. Hannah shows you all 3 available views and explains how to change it. Watch Hannah’s video blog to understand what to do. Sage 50 - changing the default views

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26 Jul 11
Hannah Large