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  • Tips - are they taxable?
    27th February 2018

    Tips - are they taxable?

    Tipping practices have been in the press recently as some high profile restaurants were exposed for not passing on service charges to their staff. However, aside from the ethical issue of whether tips belong to the staff, the taxation of tips is also not straightforward.
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  • Will you be affected in the tax legislation changes?
    21st February 2018

    Will you be affected in the tax legislation changes?

    As the end of another tax year fast approaches, I take this opportunity to remind you of the following tax legislation changes affecting the current year and those to come.
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  • Fraud in hotels & the hospitality sector
    19th February 2018

    Fraud in hotels & the hospitality sector

    All businesses face the risk of fraud with typically one in four businesses suffering losses due to fraud every year and the hospitality sector, including hotels, is no exception. In fact, because the sector typically has high staff turnover and cash takings, the risk of fraud is increased. It’s reported that losses in the hospitality sector can be as high as 8% of turnover.
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  • What’s changed for carried forward corporate losses?
    19th February 2018

    What’s changed for carried forward corporate losses?

    From 1 April 2017 there have been some major changes to the rules governing companies’ carried forward losses. Corporate Tax manager Ann Minson discusses how these changes might affect your company.
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  • Fraud prevention tips for smaller businesses
    14th February 2018

    Fraud prevention tips for smaller businesses

    The National Fraud Office have reported that the out of 500 businesses surveyed, 136 had detected and experienced fraud. It is a sad fact that a lot of fraud goes undetected and unreported and so the instance of it is almost certainly much higher.
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