BT announces plans to cut 13,000 jobs

    Telecoms giant BT is to cut 13,000 jobs over three years as it seeks to slim down its management and back-office roles. BT said that the job cuts and other measures would help it achieve a cost reduction of… —bbc.co.uk


Fake HMRC tax refund notices scam – what you need to know

Fake HMRC tax refund notices scam – what you need to know

    A scam warning has been issued after reports of fake tax refund notices conning the public out of their savings. HMRC is calling on the public to stay vigilant when responding to email or texts – and warns people not to give out private information, reply to text messages, download attachments, or click links in emails. The tax authority, which is currently processing...

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Self employed tax changes in April 2018 explained – Which? News

Self employed tax changes in April 2018 explained – Which? News

  If you’re running your own business, every penny counts – and tax rules can have a huge impact on how much you earn. As the new tax year kicks off, find out how taxes will impact your bottom line. The new tax year starts on 6 April 2018, meaning a range of previously-announced rule changes will kick in. We explain the most important tax...

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Guide to Making Tax Digital for individuals

Guide to Making Tax Digital for individuals

For individuals, the MTD scheme will allow taxpayers to view their tax information online and in one place through their personal tax account – Accountancy Age  http://bit.ly/2Frbd78


Breaking down GDPR for fast-growth businesses – GDPR.Report

Breaking down GDPR for fast-growth businesses – GDPR.Report

With all the noise about GDPR and the 25 May 2018 deadline edging closer, we’re still seeing a lot of confusion from businesses about what they actually need to do to comply. There’s an understanding around the risk of reputational and financial exposure, but what does a game plan actually look like? How in-depth an overhaul is required? When it comes to managing the personal...

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Appeal your tax bill online

Appeal your tax bill online

A new digital service now allows people to submit tax bill appeals entirely online. The initiative means taxpayers no longer must print out, manually fill in and post their forms. Over 2,000 taxpayers have already benefited from the quicker, streamlined system, according to a Government press release, with on average a quarter of appeals made online since the scheme was introduced. The move is part...

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