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Open banking, MTD and The Personal Tax Account – what does 2018 have in store for us?

Open Banking A quiet little deadline passed in January with the introduction of open banking. It is a series of new rules meaning that banks must let you share your financial info with other authorised providers. It was originally called for by financial industry watchdogs and its proper name is ‘The Second Payment Services Directive’ […]

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Open banking, MTD and The Personal Tax Account – what does 2018 have in store for us?

Open Banking A quiet little deadline passed in January with the introduction of open banking. It is a series of new rules meaning that banks must let you share your financial info with other authorised providers. It was originally called for by financial industry watchdogs and its proper name is ‘The Second Payment Services Directive’ […]

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Making Tax Digital is coming, but Eazitax is still putting clients first

The way we work, buy our groceries, communicate with friends – technology has vastly changed the way we live. And it’s true for accountants too! Our own Jolene Hutton recently gave an interview about how Making Tax Digital will change the way that businesses report to HMRC. In the interview which appeared on accountingweb.co.uk, Jolene […]

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Personal Tax planning – The Lowdown

Nobody wants the taxman to take more than his fair share and planning your finances early on can ensure you adopt the most tax-efficient strategy for the months and years ahead. Effective tax planning will help protect your money and any assets, ready to pass on when the time comes, while also providing you with […]

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Get it in

HMRC has recently published an update on the amount of tax they have collected since the introduction of the current batch of targeted campaigns against tax avoidance. HMRC’s approach since 2007 has revolved around offering specific sectors and areas including property sales, plumbers, electricians and members of the medical profession. In total HMRC says that […]

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