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For some time now there has been the option to set up two step authentication to access your tax accounts through HMRC or the Government Gateway. I have found that that choice no longer exists for access to personal tax accounts. Today I had to set up two step authentication and not only did I have to provide my mobile phone or landline number,…
Bookkeeping is our specialty. Bookkeeping is not just entering invoices or payments. If it was I think we would be bored by now! What we love is working with such a wide variety of businesses. It is fascinating what people do, the skills and knowledge they have and how their business develops. It makes bookkeeping interesting and provides us with all sorts of challenges. …
As your business grows there will come a time when you will need to register for VAT. In 2016-17 if your turnover reaches the threshold of £83,000 within a 12 month rolling period you have 30 days in which to register for VAT to avoid a penalty. Many businesses keep their turnover below the threshold…
700,000 small employers will be reaching their Staging Date for pension auto enrolment in 2017. That is 200,000 more than the number who had to set up their pension scheme in 2016. Setting up an auto enrolment pension scheme is proving challenging for businesses. There are so many options to consider and if you are doing it for the first,and probably only, time it is more than a little daunting.…
Cloud accounting software such as Xero, Quickbooks Online, Sage One and Kashflow are becoming more popular with businesses. Gone are the days when only the bookkeeper or the accountant could do the accounts because no-one else knew how to use Sage. Web-based software has given business owners the freedom to look at their accounts whenever and wherever they like. …
It may not be a new financial year for your business but there is no time like the present to take a little time to review the costs of your business. Do you know what your costs really are? Here are three areas of your accounts which will probably be worthwhile to review:…
Over the Christmas and New Year break we all have time to take a breather and think about our lives and our jobs and nearly everyone will make some sort of New Year's resolution. Many of those resolutions will be about working for yourself, starting a business and getting a better work/life balance.…
The Christmas and New Year break is a time to reflect on our achievements in 2016 and plan what we can do differently or better in 2017. 2016 for Sandra Silk Bookkeeping was a year of good memories of our achievements, our growth and our team. One outstanding memory for me was being invited by John Glen MP to Westminster …
How do you classify a good customer for your business? Every business will have analyse a good customer differently. In retail a good customer will probably be one who returns time and time again because of what you sell, your prices, your customer service or just because they love your shop.…
Sick Pay is a statutory payment due to employees who meet certain criteria:…
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