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Are You Running a Successful Practice? | Accounting Web

From www.accountingweb.co.uk

There’s a constant chatter amongst ex-practitioners eager to tell us about their successful practice, or the gurus and consultants in the sector who want to tell us how to be successful without having done it themselves.

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Practical Tactics for Dealing with Difficult Clients | Accounting Web

From www.accountingweb.co.uk

How you deal with a difficult client depends on your answer to one specific question: do you want them to stay or would you not mind, or even be thankful, if they leave?

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Knock Knock – Opening the Door to the Agent Services Account | Accountancy Age

From www.accountancyage.com

As part of Making Tax Digital preparations, all agents will need to set up an Agent Services Account. How do you register, and how does it work?

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IFRS Publish Proposed Update to the IFRS Taxonomy 2018 on IFRS 13 Common Practice | Accountancy Daily

From www.accountancydaily.co

The IFRS Taxonomy reflects the presentation and disclosure requirements of IFRS Standards and includes elements from the accompanying materials to the IFRS Standards such as implementation guidance and illustrative examples.

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Payroll software and sending reports to HMRC | HMRC YouTube

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Payroll software for employers - what you need and how to use it. HMRC has developed this guideline video to help you with HMRC Payroll Software.

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ROI Annual Report on Money Laundering and Terrorist Finance Published | Department of Justice and Equality

From amlcu.gov.ie

The Report has been prepared in accordance with Article 33 of Directive 2005/60/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 October 2005 (the 3rd Directive) on the prevention of the use of the financial system for the purpose of money laundering and terrorist financing.

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Revenue eBrief No. 170/18 - Employers' Guide to PAYE | Irish Revenue

From www.revenue.ie

Tax and Duty Manual Part 42-04-35 (The Employers’ Guide to PAYE) has been updated. The text in chapter 6 (Special Assignee Relief Programme - SARP) has been replaced with a link to the SARP Tax and Duty Manual (Part 34-00-10) which has also recently been updated. Part 42-04-35 will be further updated in due course to take account of the significant changes arising due to the introduction of modernised PAYE reporting from 1 January 2019.

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ABHAILE SCHEME - INFORMATION FOR MEMBERS IN PRACTICE (IRELAND)

From www.aiaworldwide.com

Members of the Association of International Accountants (AIA) can now apply to be included in the panel of accountants which has been established as part of Abhaile - the State funded scheme of Aid and Advice for borrowers in home mortgage arrears.

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Is Change on the Horizon for Gender Pay Gap? | Accounting Web

From www.accountingweb.co.uk

The Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee recently published their gender pay gap reporting. 

The report makes a number of recommendations which, if accepted by the government, will see change being introduced into regulations that will build on lessons learned during the first year of gender pay gap reporting.

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AIA PRICING AND REGULATION UPDATE - BOOK YOUR PLACE

From www.pricingandregulation.com

Join keynote speaker, Gloria Murray at the AIA Pricing and Regulation Update in September. Gloria will talk about pricing and how it can make a dramatic difference to your business or the company you work for, in ways that you may not have thought of before.

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AIA TAX CARDS 2018/19

From www.aiaworldwide.com

The AIA’s Tax Facts card, a quick reference guide to UK tax rates and allowances for individuals, companies and other taxpayers, is now available in a digital format. Members in the UK would have received a hard copy in the November/December 2017 issue of International Accountant magazine which was published following the Autumn Budget 2017.

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Agent Update 67 | HMRC

From assets.publishing.service.gov.uk

Agent Update 67 is available now and contains the latest articles, updates, help and support for the entire agent community. Highlights include articles about settling disguised remuneration tax avoidance schemes before the 2019 loan charge arises and preparing for the Customs Declaration Service (CDS).

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How to Deal with Success | Accounting Web

From www.accountingweb.co.uk

Practice growth sometimes comes with resentment. Lucy Cohen explains how to overcome that tall poppy syndrome and embrace your success.  
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How to Build a £100m Practice | Accounting Web

From www.accountingweb.co.uk

Returning to the contractor accountancy market with Dolan Accountancy, Simon Dolan reflects on the key ingre
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Gender Equality Remains a Top Priority for AIA

From www.aiaworldwide.com

On 19 July the Association of International Accountants (AIA), were delighted to participate in the North East of England Chamber of Commerce ‘Inspiring Females’ Conference. Now in its sixth year, the conference aims to inspire and connect women in business across the North East of England and beyond, as part of a wider Inspiring Females programme of events.

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Making Tax Digital for VAT - Communication Pack | Gov.uk

From www.gov.uk

Find out if the rules for Making Tax Digital for VAT apply to you and about the digital information you must keep.
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Preventing Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing

From www.accountancyeurope.eu

In June 2018, the EU updated its AML and CFT rules to improve its response to financial crime. This paper aims to provide a brief overview of the main AML/CFT rules on EU level that apply to SME accountants.

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International Accountancy and Law Professions Further Anti-Corruption Mandate Ahead of Global Economic Leaders’ Meeting | IFAC

From www.ifac.org

IFAC (International Federation of Accountants) and the International Bar Association (IBA) today announce their shared commitment to continue their work combating corruption in all its forms.

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Revenue eBrief No. 147/18 -  Online Tax Evasion Reports | Irish Revenue

From www.revenue.ie

The following changes have been made to the Tax Duty Manual "Guidelines on the processing of online Tax Evasion Reports".

Part 1: Tax Evasion reports can be made anonymously and information will be treated in strictest confidence.
Part 2: Hard copy Tax Evasion reports can still be submitted to Revenue by post. Revenue postal addresses can be found by clicking on the "Contact us" link.

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Talking Points Meetings | HMRC

From www.aiaworldwide.com

There are a number of Talking Points meetings coming up in from Capital Allowances and Vehicles to Getting payroll right – Your data matters. There are a limited number of spaces, so save your place now.

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Have You Considered Income Protection as Part of Your Business’s Employee Benefit Package? | PG Mutual

From www.aiaworldwide.com

UK employers are not always aware of what their responsibilities are when it comes to paying an employee who is off work sick. Some businesses do not have provisions for unexpected accidents or illness within their workforce, and don’t understand the legal implications of this. This could result in unbudgeted costs for a business, paying a staff member when they are unable to work over a long period of time due to illness or injury.

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AIA Pricing and Regulation Update

From www.pricingandregulation.com

Join keynote speaker, Gloria Murray at the AIA Pricing and Regulation Update in September. Gloria will talk about pricing and how it can make a dramatic difference to your business or the company you work for, in ways that you may not have thought of before.

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AIA Call for Gateways to Allow Bilateral Intelligence Sharing

From www.aiaworldwide.com

On the 13 June, AIA took part in the AML Supervisors’ Forum Intelligence roundtable meeting hosted by the Office for Professional Body Anti-Money Laundering Supervision (OPBAS) at the FCA along with other professional bodies, HMRC and the National Crime Agency (NCA) to call for different options to allow law enforcement and the NCA to share intelligence with supervisors.

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Why You Can't Ignore the Money Laundering Regs

From www.aiaworldwide.com

Donald Rumsfeld, former US Secretary of Defence, is famously quoted as saying: “There are known knowns. These are things we know that we know. There are known unknowns. That is to say, there are things that we know we don't know. But there are also unknown unknowns. There are things we don't know we don't know.” This often aptly sums up students’ approach to AML compliance.

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