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TPR name and shame

TPR are warning employers that if they ignore TPR penalties their business’ reputation could be seriously harmed. TPR are trying to maintain a tough approach towards employers who are trying to get away with not giving their staff the pensions that they are due. TPR are going to publish the details of those business’ that have paid their Escalating Penalty Notice (EPN) but who are […]

VAT investigation

HMRC regards cash traders as a high risk for underpaying VAT, and they are usually targeted by special teams. Many HMRC visits focus on mainly Cafés and restaurants. HMRC’s computers usually detect businesses that are paying less VAT than similar businesses in the same trade or region. HMRC has the power to asses tax from the last 20 years if an officer thinks that the […]

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Goodbye to Charlotte and Di

Recently both Charlotte and Di have left Hollies Bookkeeping. All the team are going to miss them greatly, not just for all the hard work that they have put in but because they always kept spirits high. Everyone at the office is wishing them the best and we are hoping that they are very successful in their new jobs. A big thank you goes out to […]

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Construction Industry Scheme (CIS)

Construction Industry Scheme Accounting Expertise.

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We are now Xero Certified Bookkeepers!!

For a while now we have been looking at the different types of “Cloud Accounting” out there.  Having taken on board comments from some of our clients that having a system that we can do all of the work on and that they can then log in to and run reports made us start to think about what additional bookkeeping support we could offer.  Julie […]

Employment Allowance Rises

It was announced in the last budget that the Employment Allowance for employers will be increased from £2,000 to £3,000 per year from April 2016.  Employment Allowance was introduced in 2014 and enables eligible employers to offset the allowance against their Class 1 National Insurance Contributions (NICs).  Eligible employers include sole traders, firms or charities that pay Class 1 NICs on their employees’ or directors’ […]

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