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CORONAVIRUS - FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

Stay alert to fraud

Intense financial pressures during an economic crisis lead to an increase in fraud with embezzlement by employees posing the greatest threat. What can you do to reduce the risk of employee fraud in your business?

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A better way to show year on year changes in Excel

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CORONAVIRUS - CORPORATION TAX

How to successfully negotiate time to pay

The corporation tax (CT) bill is due soon but you’re concerned the company won’t have enough cash to pay it. You’ve heard HMRC has made changes to its existing time to pay (TTP) scheme for coronavirus. Can you take advantage? More...

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Is it worth introducing a cycle-to-work scheme?

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