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Accountants have new app to help with company car taxation

Accountants who have a company car, or run company vehicle schemes, may be interested to learn that Hardman has introduced a new app to help them calculate the tax on these benefits.

Accountants may like the new iXBRL accounting software from Sage

Online accountants may be pleased to learn that accounting software giant Sage is sending a new version of its iXBRL tax technology to its customers.

Accountants see big increase in demand for their services

Online accountants may be pleased to know that the UK is well on the road to recovery, if the latest Reed jobs index is to be believed.

Cash accounting for small businesses moves step closer

Online accountants may be interested to learn that HMRC has now published its consultation document on a proposed cash accounting system for micro-businesses.

HMRC to hold tax evasion Q&A session on Twitter

Online accountants may be interested to learn that the Revenue is to hold a Q&A session on Twitter for Internet traders who owe outstanding taxes.

Accountants should break with tradition and update their methods

Accountants who have still to come to terms with modern day methods are letting their small business customers down, according to a recent poll.

HMRC just misses its tax evasion targets

Online accountants may be surprised to learn that despite HMRC’s efforts to clamp down on tax evasion, it still fell short of its five-year target.

Online accountants may find big demand for their services

Accounting software giant Sage recently commissioned research of 372 practice accountants and 305 SME directors to discover their thoughts on online accounting services.

Online accountants should make New Year resolutions

Online accountants may like to consider making some New Year resolutions to help make their working life a bit easier.

HMRC to target online traders suspected of tax evasion

Online accountants should be aware that HMRC will soon start targeting e-marketplaces as part of its bid to stamp out tax evasion.