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The Late Payment of Commercial Debts (Interest) Act 1998 compensates creditors for the late payment of debts, as well as deterring debtors from late payment. This act exclusively applies to the commercial supply of goods and services where there is no provision for interest in the creditor's company... view abstract
Company: Darcey Quigley | Published: 20 March 2017 | Business Area: Financial Management
Whilst deficit figures soared earlier this year, our research shows that the majority of companies are in a good position to support their pension schemes. Our annual report looks at the sustainability of FTSE350 defined benefit pension schemes and highlights what we see as the two key themes for... view abstract
Company: Hymans Robertson | Published: 14 November 2016 | Business Area: Corporate Pensions
This whitepaper by Exact Cloud business software explains how to serve a new generation of clients, who expect not just a traditional accountant who balances the books, but a business coach too.
Company: Exact Software | Published: 08 November 2016 | Business Area: Practice Management
In this whitepaper, the experts at Cloud business software provider Exact UK explain how accountant can find new ways to serve their clients, against a backdrop of rapid change in the industry.
Company: Exact Software | Published: 04 November 2016 | Business Area: Cloud Computing
At IRIS, we’ve seen growth of over 200% in the last five years from commercial companies and other organisations seeking to reduce costs and gain greater control over their final accounts. IRIS Accounts Production presents the ideal solution for corporate finance teams, helping you to make in-house... view abstract
Company: IRIS | Published: 27 October 2016 | Business Area: Accounting Standards
Did you know up to 10% of a company’s discretionary spend can go towards paying for employee expenses? Known as company travel and expenses (T&E), this includes all business travel, staff accommodation and client entertainment.
Company: Concur | Published: 19 October 2016 | Business Area: People Costs and Risks
All ﬁrms must submit their accounts and tax computations annually to HMRC in iXBRL format. HMRC are currently accepting accounts prepared using the old UK GAAP, IFRS and FRS taxonomies, but ﬁlers should be aware that UK GAAP will soon be phased out making the new FRC taxonomies mandatory. There are... view abstract
Company: Arkk Solutions | Published: 19 October 2016 | Business Area: Accountancy
This e-book provides insights into how using technology can help to keep the tax man happy. Discover the benefits of an expenses policy, what to check to ensure you are HMRC compliant and what VAT can be reclaimed on expenses.
Company: Concur | Published: 19 October 2016 | Business Area: Tax
Five years after iXBRL's UK implementation, the FRC have introduced new ﬁnancial reporting standards. These will replace existing UK GAAP & IFRS as the mandatory accounts preperation and electronic tagging requirements.
Company: Arkk Solutions | Published: 19 October 2016 | Business Area: Accounting Standards
For most ﬁrms, FRS 102 will be the primary accounting standard for future HMRC returns. This short resource shows the differences between old UK GAAP and the new requirements. It also outlines the new mandatory tags under FRS 102
Company: Arkk Solutions | Published: 15 September 2016 | Business Area: Accountancy
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