Business Eplus - Autumn/Winter 2017

  • The real winner...

    It seems like only yesterday that I penned the introduction to our Spring/Summer newsletter. In that time however we have seen; a somewhat unexpected general election result (where the winners were the reported losers and the losers, who were the reported winners, appeared on the main stage at Glastonbury); continued devaluation of sterling against the euro (edging closer to parity as I write this); and growing uncertainty (mainly in one or two tabloids) about the future of the UK housing market.
  • Making Tax Digital (MTD) update

    The Government have finally given in to the constant pressure over Making Tax Digital (MTD), and announced that quarterly reporting for income tax and corporation tax will be delayed until “at least” April 2020.
  • The world keeps turning...and trading

    It’s more than a year since the Brexit vote and a good time to reflect on the empirical experience of what has happened on the international trade front.
  • It's all in the (tax) planning

    As a timely reminder we have detailed some tax planning tips that you might find useful for you and your business.
  • Work-life balance and the intractable problem for bosses and employees

    Fiona Hotston Moore shares her top tips on how employers can improve the work-life balance for their employees.
  • New online Trust Registration Service

    A new and compulsory Trust Registration Service has been launched by HMRC which now means that any trust that has a ‘tax consequence’ must register online annually.
  • Following the career path of David Fairbank

    In October 2015, David was promoted to Manager of the Business Services department and in 2017 moved to the Ipswich office. Here we find out what drew him to Ensors in the first place, his dreams of ‘treading the boards’ and where his favourite holiday destination is.
  • Cloud accounting - does it really have a silver lining?

    The last year has seen a huge impetus behind the cloud accounting software market. Fuelled by the requirements of Making Tax Digital, businesses and accountants have been bombarded with media articles and advertising about the benefits of cloud accounting.
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