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    How partners of Ancestry visa holders can fast track their British citizenship applications
    May 19, 2017  |  by John Dunn
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    It’s simple: SMEs in the UK need accountants, here’s why
    May 18, 2017  |  by Scott Brown
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    Are you a payroll provider? How are you dealing with the issue of auto enrolment?
    May 17, 2017  |  by Bill Monty
  • deadlines clocks two humans
    Why you can’t afford to miss the auto enrolment deadline
    May 10, 2017  |  by Bill Monty
  • Older entrepreneur outside bookshop
    Olderpreneurs: The UK’s new start-up generation is much older than you think
    May 09, 2017  |  by Scott Brown
  • tax-piggy-bank-man-running-web
    Nowhere to run: South African tax payers and the Common Reporting Standard
    May 05, 2017  |  by Niel Pretorius
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    IR35 and public sector clients: How to avoid a nasty surprise on your tax return
    Apr 20, 2017  |  by Ashley Deakin
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    Portuguese Golden Visa programme: Approvals now at 80%
    Apr 18, 2017  |  by Samantha Carter-Vawda
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    South Africa’s sovereign debt downgrade – the effect on the private sector, public sector and ultimately South African citizens
    Apr 13, 2017  |  by Mike Abbott
  • Be your own boss
    Picking the right company structure for your UK business
    Apr 07, 2017  |  by Scott Brown
 
 

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    How partners of Ancestry visa holders can fast track their British citizenship applications

    by John Dunn | May 19, 2017
    It’s true – you can move to the UK with your partner if they hold a valid Ancestry visa. Many UK Ancestry visa holders don’t realise this, which is a shame because it is one of the best ways to live in the UK while you work towards full British citizenship.
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    It’s simple: SMEs in the UK need accountants, here’s why

    by Scott Brown | May 18, 2017
    Starting and running your own business in the UK is one of the most exciting and challenging things a person can do with their career. Unfortunately, what lies before every new business owner is a minefield of regulation and administration that can quickly turn excitement to despair. It might sound a bit daunting, but there are accounting professionals who can help you make sense of this regulatory maze. Let’s talk about how to find the right accountant and why your SME needs one.
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    Are you a payroll provider? How are you dealing with the issue of auto enrolment?

    by Bill Monty | May 17, 2017
    As a payroll provider, it can be tricky trying to ensure that your clients’ employees receive the optimal pensions outcomes from auto enrolment. It’s not your job to know the ins and outs of complex pension funds and how they affect the retirement plans of those employees enrolled in those schemes. That’s why more and more payroll providers are turning to specialist financial advisers to help them choose an appropriate pension fund for their clients’ auto enrolment programmes.
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    Why you can’t afford to miss the auto enrolment deadline

    by Bill Monty | May 10, 2017
    A number of UK businesses are putting auto enrolment on the backburner under the false perception that it is unimportant. According to studies, 46% of small businesses signed up dangerously close to the deadline in the first quarter of 2017, and another 25% missed the deadline completely. One cannot simply bury their head in the sand over this issue and if you haven’t yet enrolled your employees, you need to start taking steps before you’re found to be non-compliant.
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  • Older entrepreneur outside bookshop

    Olderpreneurs: The UK’s new start-up generation is much older than you think

    by Scott Brown | May 09, 2017
    Becoming an entrepreneur is not only for the young, and while age may dim employment prospects for those in their mid-50s, nothing's stopping an experienced worker striking out on their own. In the UK a growing number of these olderpreneurs are realising that they have the skills, experience and finances to start a business for the first time.
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    Nowhere to run: South African tax payers and the Common Reporting Standard

    by Niel Pretorius | May 05, 2017
    Martha & the Vandellas’ hit released 40 years ago seems more apt than ever. A government keen on increasing tax revenues at all costs and new international agreements between tax authorities across the world mean that if you are a wealthy South African you could find your international assets being taxed like never before. Before we explain what could be taxed, let’s take a look at how we got to this point.
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    IR35 and public sector clients: How to avoid a nasty surprise on your tax return

    by Ashley Deakin | Apr 20, 2017
    New legislation introduced in April 2017 means that the IR35 status for contractors working for public sector clients will now be set by the client and not the contractor. This has left many UK contractors working for public sector clients unsure whether they are within IR35.
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    Portuguese Golden Visa programme: Approvals now at 80%

    by Samantha Carter-Vawda | Apr 18, 2017
    Portugal's Golden Residence Permit Programme allows South African and other non-EU citizens the chance to purchase an offshore property while earning EU residency rights. There have been some important and encouraging changes to the popular programme. If you'd like to secure EU residency for you and your family, or are already part of the programme, you should read on.
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    South Africa’s sovereign debt downgrade – the effect on the private sector, public sector and ultimately South African citizens

    by Mike Abbott | Apr 13, 2017
    South Africa finds itself in the grip of a full-blown political crisis. In times like this, cool heads prevail and well-considered plan Bs are put into action.
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  • Be your own boss

    Picking the right company structure for your UK business

    by Scott Brown | Apr 07, 2017
    Choosing a legal structure when setting up a company in the UK is an important decision. It will affect the way in which your business will be able to grow, and will determine the type and extent of legal responsibilities placed on you and the business. Whether you intend on contracting, setting up an SME or other business venture, read on to find out more about the various formations available to you.
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