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Workplace injury reporting made simpler
17 January 2014 - posted by: Prowting & Partners Accountants in Bristol

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has put in place changes designed to make the mandatory reporting of workplace injuries simpler for businesses. The changes to the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations (RIDDOR) 1995, which took effect … Read more »

Accountants ‘vital’ to help SMEs grow
17 January 2014 - posted by: Prowting & Partners Accountants in Bristol

A leading accountancy body has highlighted the “vital” role accountants can play in the different stages of development of small and medium-sized enterprises. A report by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) says that small businesses with well-developed finance … Read more »

Self Assessment set for paperless future
17 January 2014 - posted by: Prowting & Partners Accountants in Bristol

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is considering responses to a consultation on plans for upgrading its Self Assessment (SA) Online service to provide what it calls “a complete end-to-end digital experience for customers”. The consultation, which ran from 27 November … Read more »

New electronic ‘nudge’ on PAYE
15 January 2014 - posted by: Prowting & Partners Accountants in Bristol

A new electronic reminder designed to help employers stay up-to-date with their Pay As You Earn (PAYE) payments has been introduced by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC). HMRC said the message would tell the employer that they appeared not to … Read more »

SMEs get Autumn Statement support
14 January 2014 - posted by: Prowting & Partners Accountants in Bristol

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) featured heavily in Chancellor George Osborne’s Autumn Statement on December 5, with the announcement of support measures including help with business rates. Subsequent to the statement, the £1 billion government-funded Start Up Loans scheme has … Read more »

‘Sensitive’ business names list reduced
14 January 2014 - posted by: Prowting & Partners Accountants in Bristol

A list of sensitive names that required approval before a new business could be registered has been cut by a third. The Department for Business, Innovation & Skills said businesses that want to use words such as ‘Authority’, ‘Board’, ‘European’, … Read more »

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