Making Tax Digital for VAT

  Since April 2019, if you run a VAT-registered business and exceed the VAT registration threshold of £85,000 turnover, then you should be keeping digital records and using MTD-compatible software for sending VAT returns to HMRC. Luckily, if you are…

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Should Businesses Be Using Social Media?

Should Businesses Be Using Social Media?

Social media is becoming integral to our lives, whether keeping up with family overseas, sharing your point of view on topical issues or stalking your ex, it’s uses are varied. Nowadays, an estimated 3.2 billion people worldwide have an active…

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Will Boris Be Good For Business?

Written by James Candlin, Accountant at ICS Accounting Boris Johnson’s appointment as Prime Minister has landed him primarily with the task of achieving a departure from the European Union which both sides find palatable. However, he also faces the challenge…

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Coworking outside of the City

This summer we’re creating a series of blogs that look at ways to manage quiet periods, why we shouldn’t be living like an entrepreneur and looking into why 40% of small businesses don’t use social media.  This blog will feature…

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IR35 – Key Points from HMRC’s Draft Finance Bill

On the 11th July HMRC released their Draft Finance Bill outlining the implementation of IR35 in the private sector. We’ve run through the key points below.   What we know from the draft legislation:   The changes will come into…

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