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What businesses need to know about the new GDPR

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is set to come into force from May 2018. It will replace the current Data Protection Act and is the biggest overhaul of data protection legislation for over 25 years. GDPR will change the way organisations...

Input Tax – Beware of the pitfalls!

VAT expert Tony Nickson outlines the pitfalls to avoid when reclaiming input VAT. 1. Reclaims for purchases made before VAT registration It is important to ensure that the maximum amount of input VAT is reclaimed on your business expenditure. This includes...

The Election result: What are the tax implications?

The general election has ended in a hung parliament – the Conservative party have the most seats but do not have an overall majority. Theresa May has announced that she will form a government with the support of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP). What does this...

Further guidance issued on the Quality Payments Scheme

NHS England has published further guidance on the Quality Payment (QP) Scheme for community pharmacists which is intended to ease the pressure faced by GP practices whilst also improving the care of patients. A brief background As part of changes to the Community...

The Autumn Statement 2016 predictions

The Autumn Statement 2016 on Wednesday is set to be an important event.  It will be the Chancellor’s first opportunity to outline his plans for taxes & spending in the wake of the Brexit vote. But what tax changes can we expect in the upcoming Autumn Statement?  Craig...

New polymer banknotes start circulation with £5 note

The 13th September marked the first day of the brand new polymer banknotes being issued. The £5 note is the first of the banknotes to be launched in England and Wales. The polymer made banknotes are much more durable than the old banknotes and can withstand getting...

Brexit: tax implications as the UK votes to leave the EU

From the argument over selling bendy bananas to the threat of an emergency Budget, the EU referendum campaign has undoubtedly had its share of the headlines over the past couple of months. The biggest headline now though is of course that the UK has voted to leave the...

£17m funding available for training in the Sheffield City Region

Do you know about the new Skills Bank for the Sheffield City Region? The Skills Bank is a government/LEP initiative aimed at workforce training and development in the Sheffield City Region. It is a £17m fund - new for 2016 - comprising of funding from the European...

General Practice Forward View – an accountant’s perspective

The much anticipated "rescue package" for general practice has now been published and sets out plans to tackle historic underfunding, the recruitment crisis, red tape and unnecessary GP workloads, in a new document entitled the General Practice Forward View. General...

Pharmacy global sum funding 2016/17 set to fall considerably

The government has announced plans to reduce the amount of funding for community pharmacies for 2016/17. In an open letter last month the Department of Health (DH) told the Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee (PSNC) that "the budget for community pharmacies...

National Living Wage – The impact on small businesses

The government has announced the introduction of a new National Living Wage (NLW) for working people aged 25 years and above. The NLW is effectively another higher age band of the National Minimum Wage (NMW). Initially the NLW is set at 70p above the current NMW,...

Tax Rates and allowances 2015/16 – summary and details

Tax Rates and Allowances 2015/16 Many of the tax rates and allowances are fundamental to our business and personal lives and the main ones for the 2015/16 tax year are summarised here. We are sure that you will find it a useful point of reference throughout the coming...

Confidential information security warning for health sector

Healthcare professionals and managers working in the Sheffield region are being warned of the grave consequences of allowing confidential patient or staff data to go astray. Damaged reputations and fines of up to £500,000 could result from breaches of information...

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