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HMRC’s One to Many Approach

HMRC has been a keen advocate of behavioural insights since 2000, particularly surrounding the collection of income tax debt. One of the initial successes, which saw tax collection rates rise, involved inserting a single sentence in letters chasing payment along the lines of… 614 more words

HMRC

Are Your Employees Earning Enough?

Age and the Law

We are always being told that age is just a number, but when it comes to running the monthly payroll, this is definitely not the case. 313 more words

Accountancy

Prevent Democratic Bastardization - 2020 Election Standards

Okay, I think most people in the world, and many people in the US can agree that the 2016 US presidential run as been a nightmare of bad parts of democracy.   1,230 more words

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Private Tax Collectors to Begin Collecting for IRS: Here’s What You Need to Know About Your Rights

Written by Amy Biviano, BBB Foundation Director

The IRS announced this week that private debt collection companies will start collecting overdue tax bills in spring 2017. 711 more words

Better Business Bureau

Understanding Installment Sales on Residences

Avoiding A Big Tax Bill On Real Estate Gains

Selling your home for a huge profit is nearly every homeowner’s dream come true. Who wouldn’t want to make a pretty penny off his or her home?

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Primer on Installment Sales

If you’re selling a prime piece of real estate, you can probably get top dollar in today’s market. But it may be worthwhile to structure the deal so you receive payments over several years. 441 more words

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Giving evidence to Holyrood committees need not be a taxing matter

HOLYROOD’S committee system has been a hot topic since MSPs returned from their summer recess and a stushie erupted about who was sitting where.

Opposition parties cried shenanigans when ministerial aides were appointed to the same committees as their bosses, suggesting the SNP were “stacking the deck” to limit scrutiny of legislation. 969 more words