Jackson Stephen Blog

This is where we air our opinions or pass on our thoughts and comments on occasion, when the mood takes us. Usually about business matters, it must be said.

The general idea is to disprove the notion that accountants say nothing at dinner parties! We have even been known to be amusing! Read on.

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Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) Claims Deadline Approaching

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) claims for periods ending on or before 30 June 2020 must be made by 31 July 2020.

28-Jul-2020

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New Timeline announced for Making Tax Digital for Business

Last week, the Government set out its roadmap for the next phases of Making Tax Digital (MTD).

28-Jul-2020

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Digital Tools for Collecting Payments - Get Paid Quicker!

Statistics suggest that only 51% of businesses are cash positive each month.

28-Jul-2020

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Streamline your Purchases and Expenses - Be more efficient

Here at Jackson Stephen LLP we are delighted to have partnered with ApprovalMax to bring you automated invoice approvals.

21-Jul-2020

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Digital Tools for Professional Services Businesses

Many businesses are now returning to their new normal but the legacy of COVID-19 will be around for a while.

28-Jul-2020

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Changes to VAT in the hospitality and tourism sector and how to update your accounting software

Last week the Government announced changes to the VAT rate for certain supplies in the hospitality and tourism sector.

15-Jul-2020

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Summer Economic Update 2020 - Headline Announcements

In his first financial statement since the Budget in March, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced new measures to stimulate the economy following the Coronavirus crisis.

08-Jul-2020

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HMRC may allow tax refunds for anticipated company losses

HM Revenue and Customs (“HMRC”) have recently announced that they may allow limited companies to make claims for loss relief and tax refunds even though the current accounting period has not yet ended and the corporation tax return has not been submitted.

07-Jul-2020

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The tax implications of working from home during the Covid-19 pandemic

As a large proportion of the country’s workforce are currently working from home, employees and indeed employers, are increasingly looking at the rules surrounding allowable expenses around home office use.

07-Jul-2020

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Why Digital?

Many businesses are now returning to their new normal but it’s safe to say that the legacy of COVID-19 will be around for a while and will change the way we work.

01-Jul-2020

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