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Lucy explains Entertainment and VAT...

Let me entertain you …

We are nearly at the start of September and the talk of the Christmas party has already begun here at Rotherham Taylor! 237 more words

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Goodbye Annual Return Hello Confirmation Statement

From 30 June 2016 the Confirmation Statement replaced the Annual Return.

The Confirmation Statement is intended to serve roughly the same purpose as the Annual Return but rather than providing a snapshot of your company data at a specific date, you now need to… 168 more words

Qualified Small Business Stock Loophole

Gains on investments in Qualified Small Business Stock (QSBS) may be tax free if they meet the requirements of IRC Section 1202. Following are the major requirements: 439 more words

The intersection of mental health and a career

Oh the irony. After writing yesterday about punctuality and my inability to wake up at a reasonable hour, I woke up this morning at 8:30am, despite 3 phone alarms set to max volume. 585 more words

Could Your Bank Reward Get You In Trouble With The Taxman?

If you receive bank rewards from Barclays, Halifax or Co-op, beware that these are forms of taxable income.  Unfortunately, they don’t fall within HM Revenue & Customs’ new Personal Savings Allowance, as they are not interest. 81 more words


Punctuality really isn't my thing. Mornings neither.

Back when I worked at a Big 4 accounting firm, my tardiness was legendary. I periodically rolled into the office at 9:30, 10:00, 10:30… But as I worked 60 hour weeks, frequently staying until the wee hours of the morning, nobody really complained. 481 more words

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Differences between Marketing and Selling

Selling is a process where the goal is an order. Marketing involves the totality of presenting the company to customers and prospects so they want to do business with you. 452 more words