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Fort Capron (now Ft. Pierce) Treasure (1857)....

During the Third Seminole War, army paymaster Major Jeremiah Yellot Dashiell was traveling to Fort Capron on the Indian River on the east coast of Florida with a leather pouch containing $23,000 in gold that had been withdrawn from the sub-treasury in Charleston, South Carolina. 737 more words


Participating in the Payroll Games

We’re still excited from participating in the Payroll Games at the American Payroll Association’s 33rd Annual Congress in Las Vegas. From sharing expertise in HCM, helping to explain ACA compliance requirements, and discovering insights from payroll professionals about their feelings on ACA, we’re sharing some of the highlights here. 389 more words


Do Charitable Donations Attract Tax Relief?

Do Charitable Donations Attract Tax Relief?

Yes, charitable donations given via Gift Aid do attract tax relief. If you complete an Income Tax Return it’s worth understanding the basics so that you… 492 more words


New 'sugar tax' proposed by Minister

22 May 2015

Life Sciences Minister George Freeman has recently announced the possibility of taxing sugary foods in order to pay for the medical costs of obesity in the UK. 156 more words

Businesses need to be aware of escalating auto-enrolment fines

A number of businesses who have failed to sign staff up to a workplace pension scheme have been hit with escalating fines by the Pensions regulator for the first time and Hart Shaw is warning other firms not to get caught out. 335 more words

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How Much Should You Pay Yourself?

I am always thinking of investing in my business, but it is often difficult to strike a balance between what I put in and what I take out.   11 more words