March 28, 2020
HMRC financial measures and guidance for employees, employers and businesses
At the time of writing, there are already a number of measures in place for many businesses and employees to gain financial support from the government. Below is a quick rundown of those currently available and these will be updated as anything new is added, especially for t...
September 28, 2018
Bookkeeping: A regulated profession?
I've had several people ask me if bookkeeping is a regulated profession? The short answer to this question is 'Yes'.But why? I hear you cry.Just think of organised crime as a battlefield, there will be many soldiers waging war against the criminal underbelly. The police and ...
April 12, 2018
The workplace pension scheme and SMEs
You may have seen this cuddly fellow 'Workie' on the TV within the last year and wondered what he was selling. Or you may have seen adverts with lot's of employees, including Theo Paphitis and Karen Brady, telling us that 'we're all in'. But even now, you're still not sure w...
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