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Using keyboard shortcuts in date fields

19 February 2018

In this video, we look at the ways in which keyboard shortcuts can be used to speed up data entry into date fields in NetSuite.

HR audits create more effective and efficient working practices
Kerri Constable

16 February 2018

Work and employment law is an ever changing area, therefore it is important that policies and procedures keep up with new legislation and regulations. Read more to find out how HR audits can help create more effective working practices.

Optional Remuneration Arrangements and 2017/18 reporting
Lee Knight

16 February 2018

As we fast approach the end of the 2017/18 tax year, employers should consider the impact the Optional Remuneration Arrangement rules could have on their 2017/18 forms P11D and P11D(b). How familiar are you with the changes?

General Data Protection Regulation - an employee's right to access their personal data
Charlie Barnes

16 February 2018

Here we look at the right an employee has under GDPR to ask their employer for copies of their personal data and the impact such a request has on your organisation.

Corporate interest restriction - are you prepared?

16 February 2018

The new corporate interest restriction (CIR) rules, which are effective from 1 April 2017, represent a major departure from the UK's traditional approach to the tax treatment of financing costs.

Scottish Budget changes to impact employers

16 February 2018

The Scottish Budget issued on 14 December 2017 proposed some radical changes to the income tax regime for Scottish taxpayers from 6 April 2018. While attention has been focussed on the implications for individuals on the receiving end of potential tax increases that raise the tax take from Scottish income tax, the knock-on effects for business across the UK cannot be underestimated.

Residential landlords action needed

16 February 2018

From 6 April 2017, income tax relief restrictions for loan finance costs apply to residential landlords which, as they are phased in, will put financial pressure on many.

Taxed for having an opinion?

16 February 2018

Over the last few weeks, HMRC has begun writing letters to individuals who made donations during the EU referendum campaign, ‘inviting’ them to pay inheritance tax (IHT) at 20 per cent on their gift. This immediately led to conspiracy theories about civil servants angry at the outcome of the referendum seeking to punish Brexit supporters.

Tax voice - February 2018

16 February 2018

This month’s tax voice features the corporate interest restrictions, the Scottish Budget and income tax relief restrictions for loan finance apply to residential landlords.

Three main areas of the Northern Powerhouse Partnership education and skills report
Lisa Randall

15 February 2018

In February 2018 the Northern Powerhouse Partnership (NPP) released a report focussed on education and skills in the North of England.

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