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Become a Personal Finance Director      

Personal finance director
If you want to become a personal finance director, we have great news for you. The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) have launched an initiative to help accountants reach this position. The initiative consists of a free online community with the intention of placing chartered accountants in a place where they are able to offer financial...


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The Apprenticeship Levy: Bullet Proof or Damp Squib?

apprenticeship levy
From 6th April 2017, the UK government imposed a mandatory payment called the Apprenticeship Levy on businesses with an annual wage bill of over £3m (much like PAYE, the Apprenticeship Levy is a tax in every way but name). The payments (calculated at 0.5% of the annual pay bill) provide money for the Apprenticeship Levy and, in turn, gives businesses...

Cloud Accounting – What are the Positives and Negatives?

Cloud computing
Unless you’ve been living under a rather large rock, if you’re interested in accountancy, you will have heard about the latest game-changer: cloud accounting. This relatively new technology gives businesses easier access to data and information and can help streamline processes such as bookkeeping, saving them time in the process. As cloud software can help reduce these repetitive, admin-based...

Key Hole Accounting: All Change Please: Rail Fares – Are Customers Paying Too Much?

rail fares
Today we focus Key Hole Accounting’s laser targeted financial critique rays on a topic that is likely to affect students and workers alike: rail travel in the UK. A new year, a new price hike from under-fire transport secretary, Chris Grayling. News of the recent 3.6% average increase in rail fares has left commuters feeling understandably incensed. As website...

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Key Hole Accounting: New Year, New… Opportunities

New Year's resolutions
New Year’s Resolutions After the decorations are taken down and we’ve sadly said goodbye to 2017, our thoughts will inevitably turn to yet another 365 days and a new set of New Year’s resolutions (unless yours from 2017 are on repeat). Expect to see adverts playing on the most common themes such as to exercise more (you’re still paying for...

The Sugar Tax

sugar tax
Making a change for the better this new year? You may find your New Year’s resolution is less of a choice and more of an imposition. That’s because 2018 will mark the introduction of a brand-new sugar tax in the UK, resulting in a price hike on high-sugar content drinks. But why is the UK government making our Panda...

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