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Well as I return still slightly hyped up like an excitable child on too too much orange squash and milky bars, from my annual trip to Accountax, the annual accountants conference and freebie grab, I thought it was a good chance to share what the big talk is for the next year amongst the profession, […]

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Your future accountant

Well as I return still slightly hyped up like an excitable child on too too much orange squash and milky bars, from my annual trip to Accountax, the annual accountants conference and freebie grab, I thought it was a good chance to share what the big talk is for the next year amongst the profession, […]

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Happy New Tax Year

Happy March people, I have mentioned the enormous changes coming to us in 2019 and of course bored you with the Making Tax Digital stuff, which has of course been pushed to the side in terms of column inches and news time because of impending Brexit “Deal or No Deal”. But guess what people, it […]

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The Changing Face of Private Hire

As I prepare this article, my office is also preparing for the annual PHTM exhibition, and I am reminded about the changes that I have seen as an exhibitor, over the last twenty years. From being surrounded in the early days by chammy leathers and circuit radio sellers to being flanked by tech companies. In […]

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Ghosts in the machine

We are going to spend some time now with a phenomenon that seems to be back in big numbers. It is one of the other main problems running across my desk this month. Did you know there are still huge amounts of professional drivers still not registered with the HMRC? I thought we had put […]

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Will Autonomous Cars Be Able to Automatically Pay For Everything in the Near Future?

The short answer is yes. Soon, you might not need to carry cash or cards to pay for road trips across the country if you’re behind the wheel of a smart or autonomous vehicle. Currently, automotive companies are leveraging advances in Internet of Things (IoT) technology, telematics, artificial intelligence (AI) and other related developments in […]

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Where are we and why? What is this Loan Scheme fiasco About?

As I write my column, we are still a Brexitless society plagued by uncertainty.  That nice Mr Hammond seems to me to be a man at the start of a journey that unfortunately doesn’t have a map because he doesn’t actually know where he is going yet. His own words were that A ‘compromise’ Brexit […]

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A Month in The Life of a Tax Agent

By the time you read this we will have had the busiest ten days of the tax year. The final ten days of filing of tax returns, leading up to the final point 11.59pm on 31 January. In total, HMRC calculates 11,564,363 self-assessment returns are due. We still have the age-old problem of the HMRC’s […]

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