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How to confess your sins to the taxman

When you have that road to Damascus moment, and want to come clean to the taxman about your under-declared income, how do you confess your sins? Is it as straightforward as laying yourself at the mercy of your local tax office, or are there other ways to manage your disclosure?

Company: Berg Kaprow Lewis | Published: 09 September 2014 | Business Area: Income Tax

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Financial management solutions case study: Aon Asia

Aon Asia’s management needed a clearer picture of the company’s revenue streams, starting with the ability to segment revenue by industry and product. This case study looks at Aon's deployment of QlikView, the key challenges and how the software's implementation resulted in cost savings of £137,000... view abstract

Company: QlikTech | Published: 19 November 2012 | Business Area: Finance and Accounting

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Audit threshold changes: Results of the Wolters Kluwer survey

In line with the EU Accounting Directive it's likely that the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills will propose an increase in the audit exemption thresholds. What impact will this have on audit professionals in the UK? Will fee income from audit work decline? CCH's paper investigates...

Company: CCH, A Wolters Kluwer Business | Published: 21 October 2014 | Business Area: Practice Management

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Year-end planning for companies 2014

With Christmas fast approaching, companies with an accounting date of 31 December have a final opportunity to review their tax position for the period. This article provides information on year-end tax planning to help you take advantage of tax savings opportunities or to avoid potential pitfalls.

Company: Tolley | Published: 01 December 2014 | Business Area: Planning

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CCH Autumn Statement: 2014 Special Feature

Download CCH's Autumn Statement commentary for in-depth analysis of the changes introduced by the Chancellor’s recent Autumn Statement. Topics covered: stamp duty changes; research and development reliefs; new anti-avoidance measures; revised 2014/15 rates and allowances published by HMRC.

Company: CCH, A Wolters Kluwer Business | Published: 08 December 2014 | Business Area: Stamp and Transfer Duties

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Tax focus - May 2014

This paper provides a summary of current tax issues for companies. In this issue: intellectual property office report; register of company beneficial ownership; modernisation of corporate debt rules; exemption from stamp duty for growth markets.

Company: Smith and Williamson | Published: 09 June 2014 | Business Area: Stamp and Transfer Duties

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Guide to completing a UK VAT return

This guidance note, taken from the VAT module of TolleyGuidance, provides details on what needs to be included in each box on the UK VAT return.

Company: Tolley | Published: 04 November 2014 | Business Area: VAT and Sales Tax

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Infographic: Finding revenue in your AP automation process

How can your AP organisation successfully keep pace with best-in-class practices that benefit the bottom line? Kofax's infographic illustrates the various steps an invoice follows and highlights how your company can yield significant savings by fully implementing automation and analytics.

Company: Kofax plc | Published: 02 September 2014 | Business Area: Business Performance Management

The Strategic Need to Automate: The Last Mile of Finance

The Last Mile of Finance is a term that describes the business processes and activities that take place between the trial balance, the filing of SEC-required statements and other statutory reports. This paper assesses the challenges of regulatory compliance and the strategic need to automate.

Company: IBM | Published: 03 July 2012 | Business Area: Business Performance Management

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The single most important document: Moving annual reporting into the 21st century

Despite being so important, the process to create the annual report, the 10-K and the 10-Q is still stuck in the Middle Ages. Merging multiple sources of data from separate staff can be problematic. This paper provides advice on how to improve the annual reporting process and avoid costly mistakes.

Company: IBM | Published: 19 November 2012 | Business Area: iXBRL

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