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Easy tips on how to assess, plan and prepare for the upcoming tax season
Download our guide to help accountants prepare for Making Tax Digital
GDPR imposes a new obligation on data controllers to self-report data breaches within 72 hours. This article summarises what accountancy practices need to know and what they need to do.
Graham Cluley, independent blogger, podcaster and public speaker on IT security, talks about the threats that keep accountancy IT managers awake at night, including GDPR.
Why not download our GDPR checklist to help you prepare for this important change?
Now that the implementation of MTD has been slightly delayed, what can advisors do to maintain the momentum that they've built up?
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GDPR may seem a long way off but organisations need to start preparing now to make sure they’re ready. Here’s our guide to how accountancy practices can make a start with their GDPR preparations.
“Twinfield has helped us in our growth… and it’s become clear that it’s going to be able to help us to grow much further into the future.” Alan Cooper, Liberty Leasing
The General Data Protection Regulation replaces the current Data Protection Act on 25 May 2018. This is a brief introduction to GDPR for accountants and tax advisers.
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Solve client payroll headaches with cloud-based payroll software and CIPP-certified consultants for you and your clients. Manage payrolls, answer queries, handle auto-enrolment.
This FAQ explains some of the background and answers many of the most common questions that we hear from our own customers.
By simplifying every step in the process from collecting raw data to submitting the return CCH Personal Tax allows you to perform the best possible compliance work for the widest range of clients.
Here's some useful information on HMRC's pilot for MTD for tax advisor planning to take part and try out the service for themselves.
The government is introducing new laws to give people "more control over how their personal data is used". This new Data Protection Bill is the UK’s enactment of the General Data Protection Regulations.
A key concept for MTD, but what is it, how do you know whether your clients are already doing it, and how do you help those who aren’t?
There’s been a lot of talk in the professional press recently about the use of spreadsheets for digital record keeping with Making Tax Digital. So what’s the latest on this topic?
As part of the HMRC pilot, tax advisors will need to work with their clients on MTD reporting. Our engagement model provides a useful starting point for planning how to do this.
Digital technologies are having a profound effect on our economy and on society. What's driving the widespread use of these disruptive technologies? We look at seven global drivers.
From last year's tax return to the latest bill, CCH Central puts everything you need to run your practice onto a single screen. Discover the difference that CCH Central makes.
As events this week have demonstrated, one of the most intriguing aspects of Making Tax Digital is that the topic continues to evolve and develop.
In this introduction to quarterly reporting under MTD we'll take a look at what it means for you and your clients.
We look at how to put together a client communication strategy based on the different clients categories that MTD will create.
As the dust settles on the election's unexpected outcome, it's time to ask what impact this might have on HMRC's Making Tax Digital project.
Although many of us live our lives "digital by default", some of you clients may not yet have even tried to get online. How will the "digitally excluded" cope with MTD?
In this article we look in detail at how you can categorise your clients according to their MTD status in order to break down some of the complexity in the MTD process.
Find out a bit more about our Making Tax Digital experts and what they'll be contributing to our MTD project over the coming months.
Although it's early days for the biggest change to tax return compliance since self-assessment, we already know some things about MTD with a fair degree of certainty.
When we first started hearing about businesses and landlords having to file quarterly accounts data to HMRC, many taxpayers and advisors were worried. What will MTD really mean for them?
In late January 2017, HMRC responded to the MTD consultation period, with the main news being that reporting for businesses will begin in April 2018, as per original plans.
After a busy couple of days at Accountex, we review some of the discussions we've had with tax and accounting professionals on the subject of Making Tax Digital.
While we wait for the response from HMRC to their formal MTD consultation, here are the top 4 questions we asked them in our response to the consultation.
It's important that HMRC consults widely with interested parties over MTD so we're pleased to confirm that HMRC has today launched six Making Tax Digital consultation documents.
Today, the government released its plans for the finance bill and confirmed a new timetable for MTD and the overall move to digitalisation.
7 top tips to help you and your clients deal with the transition to the new reporting standards
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