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Pensions flexibilities from 6 April 2015

The 2014 Budget signaled a shakeup of the pensions system and been described by some retirement planning experts as a pensions revolution. This overview outlines the new pensions flexibilities and the new guidance service that is due to be introduced from the 6th of April 2015.

Company: Tolley | Published: 26 March 2015 | Business Area: Corporate Pensions

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Webcast: The VAT Flat-rate Scheme for small businesses

This webcast provides an understanding of the basics of the scheme, but more importantly an awareness of the potential pitfalls and how to challenge HMRC in disputes about its operation. The webcast explains how the scheme operates including entry and exit rules and lots more.

Company: CCH, A Wolters Kluwer Business | Published: 15 May 2015 | Business Area: VAT and Sales Tax

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How smaller employers will cope with the extra demands of auto enrolment

Auto enrolment tasks have put extra pressure on the resources of smaller employers at the expense of growth related activities such as sales and marketing. This report provides advice to smaller employers on how to cope with the extra demands created by auto enrolment.

Company: Creative Auto Enrolment | Published: 05 May 2015 | Business Area: Corporate Pensions

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The Complexities and Pitfalls of the Health Care Exemption

The health care exemption has become an increasingly complex area of VAT, with the task of compliance increasingly difficult for both the taxpayer and their advisors. This White Paper is intended to raise awareness of the VAT complexities for providers of health care services.

Company: CCH, A Wolters Kluwer Business | Published: 24 April 2015 | Business Area: VAT and Sales Tax

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What can Europe learn from Asia in improving profitability?

There are many benefits to be gained through evolving financial processes, and the impact can be substantial on profitability. This paper explores why APAC country's openness to adopting new ways of working may soon see them lead the way in working capital management.

Company: Invapay Payment Solutions | Published: 12 May 2015 | Business Area: Cash Flow

Financial Management Challenges of Outdated Systems

Is Old Faithful Letting You Down? Outdated financial software can compromise much more than the accuracy of your financial reporting. This short brief summarises four ways to future-proof your financial systems.

Company: Infor | Published: 30 April 2015 | Business Area: Finance and Accounting

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Audit reform for UK listed companies – a practical guide

This practical guide focuses on recent and major reforms to the audit market driven in different but overlapping ways by the European Union, the Financial Reporting Council and the Competition and Markets Authority.

Company: Mazars | Published: 05 February 2015 | Business Area: Audit and Assurance

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FRS and its impact on iXBRL

This whitepaper looks at FRS and reviews its impact on iXBRL. How has moving away from accounting standards developed on a country by country basis to international standards, based on IFRS, affected UK businesses? The paper includes key dates and links for FRS 101 & 102 taxonomies.

Company: IRIS | Published: 27 April 2015 | Business Area: Financial Reporting

Rating: 2 people found this useful

10 Top Tips: When selecting a Travel and Expense (T&E) Management System

Whether you’re looking to automate your travel and expense processes for the first time, update your existing system or integrate your travel booking and expense management platforms, it’s a significant business change. This guide provides 10 tips to help you get started.

Company: Fraedom | Published: 11 March 2015 | Business Area: Finance and Accounting

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Capital gains tax charge on residential property owned by non-residents

Demystifying the non-resident capital gains tax charge - This guidance note from Tolley provides an overview of the new rules with a focus on the application to individuals, including the changes to the principal private residence (PPR) rules, although other chargeable persons are also mentioned.

Company: Tolley | Published: 07 May 2015 | Business Area: Capital Gains

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