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Sage 50 - When to Upgrade

Date: 01/11/12

The answer is 'it depends'. More often than not, there is generally no need to upgrade between one year and the next. Each year Sage adds new features to their software. Some of these new features are fairly minor meaning an upgrade isn't really... Read More

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High Income Child Benefit Charge

Date: 24/10/12

In the 2012 Budget the Government introduced a new charge which will apply to high earners where they or their partner claim Child Benefit. It is expected that up to 1. 2 million families will be affected. Taxpayers affected are those where they or... Read More

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What's new in Sage 50 2013

Date: 23/10/12

Each year Sage adds new features with the aim of making the software more user friendly.   A full breakdown of ? What? s new? can be found by clicking on the following link Read More

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HM Revenue and Customs cracks down on personal tax

Date: 16/10/12

In addition to targeting smaller businesses, HM Revenue and Customs also appear to be targeting smaller amounts on individuals personal tax returns. In 2011/2012 alone, HMRC recovered £440. 6 million from investigations into personal tax returns as... Read More

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Quarter of Employers still unaware of RTI

Date: 15/10/12

New information has revealed that many Employers are still unaware of the new requirements concerning the way they will have to report their payroll figures to the tax office. The Real Time Information (RTI) system will be mandatory for all... Read More

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Our clients can be assured that Scott & Wilkinson are registered with the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales to carry out audit work in the United Kingdom and regulated for a range of investment business activities.

We are also registered with the Chartered Institute of Taxation as a firm of Chartered Tax advisors. 

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