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  • How and when to register your Business for VAT

    VAT, or Value Added Tax, is a tax levied on goods and services from companies that are VAT registered.

  • Top 6 Funding Options for Startups and SMEs

    The UK remains to be one of the best countries in the world to start a business, thanks to multiple sources of funding, whether it’s in the public or private sector.

  • Subsidiary Gift Aid payments to a parent charity

  • Trustee disqualification

    There have always been rules that apply to certain individuals that disqualify them from becoming a Trustee

  • Related Parties and Conflicts of Interest

    During the course of your recent audit of Independent Examination, it is highly likely that, as Trustee, you would have been asked to show your related party registers

  • Changes to the reporting requirements of Auditors and Independent Examiners

    It seems like the requirements imposed on Independent Examiners and Auditors are changing every day.

  • Compliance and why is it necessary?

    All too often Trustees and other individuals in finance start to feel the burden of the constant changes in legislation, and additional work/effort being imposed on them as a result.

  • A Small Business Guide to GDPR

    The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new European regulation which came into effect in the UK on 25th May 2018, overriding the UK’s previous Data Protection Act and providing new rules on how companies are permitted to handle the personal data of their clients.

  • VAT Update on Grants

    A short while ago grants received by a charity came under the scrutiny of HM Revenue & Customs regarding their VAT treatment and whether the grants constituted a VAT'able supply.

  • Making Tax Digital Update

    Originally to be phased in through 2018/2019 & 2019/2020 tax years, the Government announced it would instead begin in 2019. Learn more about the rollout.

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