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The effect of Covid-19 on business disputes

The effect of Covid-19 on business disputes

As businesses in all sectors adapt to the challenges delivered by the Covid-19 pandemic, disputes have unfortunately still been arising…
MY T – Digital bookkeeping

MY T – Digital bookkeeping

Can you tell me about the idea behind the business? I’m a qualified accountant who has been in the industry…
Was the administration process ahead of its time?

Was the administration process ahead of its time?

In 2003, the Enterprise Act (“the Act”) was enshrined into law. The main purpose of the Act was to promote…
Are accountants ready for the quantum employment era?

Are accountants ready for the quantum employment era?

UK employment is evolving dramatically with one in seven UK workers now working flexible contracts,  a 25% increase over the…
The UK – Paying for Covid with tax rises: what are the least bad options?

The UK – Paying for Covid with tax rises: what are the least bad options?

With the bill for Government support during the Covid crisis already high and likely to rise, there will naturally be…
Rossum: The future of invoicing is here

Rossum: The future of invoicing is here

In an age of modern technology and innovation, we live in a world where almost all processes have been optimised…
Those that don’t automate their financial processes in 2021 will get left behind

Those that don’t automate their financial processes in 2021 will get left behind

Accounts receivables (AR) is often a misunderstood department. Not only is AR all about financial operations and collecting money, but…
The developing insolvency landscape

The developing insolvency landscape

The administration of Arcadia Group, which put 13,000 jobs as risk, focuses the harshest of spotlights on the mammoth struggle…
2021: the year of scrutiny, transparency, and compliance

2021: the year of scrutiny, transparency, and compliance

2020 has been a turbulent year for all advertisers and their agency partners, in every market around the world. The…
As the self-assessment tax deadline looms, here’s what the new HMRC Customer Charter means for you and your clients

As the self-assessment tax deadline looms, here’s what the new HMRC Customer Charter means for you and your clients

HMRC has long has a customer charter, but its focus and terminology has always been on “expectations” and “obligations”, taking…
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