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Being in the know helps businesses make those all important decisions and also helps you remain compliant. The world is fast changing and sometimes it can be difficult to know what you need to be doing. Here at HB Associates, we highlight the key changes in a simple, informative blog that gives you an insight into what's new.

These blogs give generic information of legislative changes. Therefore, we recommend that you talk to us first before making any drastic decisions as every business or individual will be different.

Network of Handpicked Accountants Mum… we’ve made it! Our team at Handpicked Accountants are delighted to […]
Christmas parties – Is it time to discuss any tax consequences? Christmas is on its way… […]
Subsistence – Is food on the job an allowable expense? What is subsistence? It makes sense […]
VAT flat rate scheme – now is it time to leave? What is the flat rate […]
Voluntary disclosure to HMRC – Why honesty is the best policy So why would you want […]
Plant and Machinery investment – everything you need to know! Plant and Machinery why invest? Investing […]
National insurance contributions, how to fix gaps What are National insurance contributions (NICs)? NICs are made […]
VAT errors and adjustments, the new way to solve Did you know that you can now […]
New penalty regime for late VAT returns Goodbye to the VAT default surcharge and hello to […]
Time to Pay Arrangements relieves stress of debts Did you know that HMRC can offer you […]

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