What are the Benefits of our Improved Website
Our new secure website makes it easier for Client and Accountant to share and review personal information secure in the knowledge that it is protected from falling into the wrong hands. Access to the new members area will be username and password protected and administered from our office in Dorchester so that any problems can be sorted out quickly. We have designed the Website with ease of use in mind to make it accessible for all levels of confdence; from those who are just setting out on the digital journey to those who are fully conversant.
The new Website also incorporates a new innovative Client Dashboard. The Dashboard will show key dates for jobs that we are working on and help the Client to keep track of Work in Progress. This will help both Client and Accountant to plan work tasks and hopefully avoid any last minute rush.
Kennedy Legg: 15th Jun 2017 14:33:00
Taxman bans payments by credit card as deadline looms
HM Revenue & Customs is to stop accepting credit card payments less than three weeks before the deadline for submitting and paying, self-assessment tax returns.
Autumn Budget 2017
With Brexit negotiations between the UK and the EU ongoing, Chancellor Philip Hammond delivered the first Autumn Budget in 20 years at what is an undoubtedly trying time for businesses and the economy.
Getting ready for the GDPR
The GDPR is the EU General Data Protection Regulation which will replace the Data Protection Act 1998 in the UK and the equivalent legislation across the EU Member States. The aim is to ensure that there is one set of rules, equally applied across Europe to ensure that Data Protection is both up to date with modern technology and no longer a stumbling block when it comes to trading with and transferring data to different Member States.
Changes to our Website
Our website is being improved and will shortly include a facility for file sharing and secure messaging between Client and Accountant.
Making Tax Digital
The government has announced that the roll out for Making Tax Digital for Business has been amended to ensure businesses have plenty of time to adapt to the changes. Businesses will not now be mandated to use the Making Tax Digital for Business system until April 2019 and then only to meet their VAT obligations. This will apply to businesses who have a turnover above the VAT threshold - the smallest businesses will not be required to use the system, although they can choose to do so voluntarily.