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How to save on the cost of expenses - pay just once

You have to pay for business parking - but you don’t have to pay twice Is processing expense claims for staff on the road, getting in the way of generating new business? This paper looks at solutions to improve expense process efficiency while making cost and time savings.

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Company: NCP | Published: 30 May 2017 | Business Area: Payroll and HR Software

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How to control employee expense fraud

Ever wondered how you can keep tabs on your business’s spending without becoming the overbearing boss? Discover how a new breed of cards can ensure you’re able to control your employees’ on-the-road spending from the office.

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Company: NCP | Published: 25 May 2017 | Business Area: Payroll and HR Software

Rating: 2 people found this useful

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How to save on costs of expenses

Business owners and their employees have to pay for the costs of a mobile workforce. But without effective tools and products to manage these costs, they can mount. Some companies are turning away from manual expense processing, and reliance on traditional corporate credit cards to more innovative... view abstract

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Company: NCP | Published: 26 May 2016 | Business Area: Payroll and HR Software

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Sharpen your e-commerce edge: infographic

An easier-to-use checkout and a feeling that the payment is going to be secure can contribute to a more satisfying customer experience.

Company: Chase Paymentech | Published: 13 July 2015 | Business Area: Finance and Accounting

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Fraud prevention in m-commerce: are you future proofed?

With UK consumers continuing to embrace m-commerce at an astonishing speed, determined fraudsters are seeing new opportunities. This paper suggests ways e-tailers adopt a strategic approach to mobile fraud.

Company: Chase Paymentech | Published: 19 June 2015 | Business Area: Risk Management

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Does the taxman have you in his sights?

HMRC have started using super-computers to help target individuals and businesses for an in-depth investigation into their tax affairs. How safe do you feel from being investigated by HMRC and is there a way to avoid an investigation taking place? Download this article to find out more.

Company: Berg Kaprow Lewis | Published: 26 September 2014 | Business Area: Enforcement and Regulation

Rating: 14 people found this useful

The Q&A: Examining HMRC's change to COP 9

This article from Tax Journal examines HMRC’s change to COP 9, offering concise commentary on this change to HMRC policy. Tax Journal is renowned for its insightful opinion and cutting-edge analysis on business tax.

Company: Tolley | Published: 07 August 2014 | Business Area: Enforcement and Regulation

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How much is corporate fraud costing your organisation?

According to the Fraud Advisory Panel, deceptive practices cost the UK economy £38.4 billion, equating to £765 for every adult. This whitepaper studies 10 common examples of workplace fraud and highlights how your organisation can utilise 'forensic' techniques to combat rogue behaviour.

Company: Exchequer | Published: 20 May 2014 | Business Area: Business Intelligence

Rating: 4 people found this useful

Tax avoidance: The role of large accountancy firms

In 2012, the Committee of Public Accounts investigated why some multinational companies pay little corporation tax. Following concerns about the role of tax advisors, we took evidence from Deloitte, Ernst and Young, KPMG, and PwC to understand more about the nature of the tax advice they provide.

Company: Committee of Public Accounts | Published: 29 April 2013 | Business Area: Enforcement and Regulation

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VAT focus : November 2012

This two page article provides a round-up of recent VAT related developments in the UK. Topics covered: life after the First Tier Tribunal decision in Reed Employment Limited; MTIC fraud case; the VAT treatment of hot take-away sandwiches in the Subway decision.

Company: Smith and Williamson | Published: 20 November 2012 | Business Area: VAT and Sales Tax

Rating: 9 people found this useful

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