Speaking at the Warwickshire Branch, Kenilworth Paula will once again present her most popular talk, VAT Chat, at this ICB event in Warwickshire. Branch meetings are open to all ICB members so do contact the ICB directly for further details. Links www.bookkeepers.org.uk
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Speaking at ICB’s flagship networking group Paula will be speaking on Wednesday 26th June at ICB’s flagship networking group in London addressing many issues that affect the modern bookkeeper and accountant.
Speaking at ICB Northampton On Wednesday 12th June Paula will be speaking at the ICB Branch in Northampton on all things VAT.
ICB Inspire Tour I will be at the ICB Inspire Tour at Gatwick Airport on Thursday 9th May.
How to finalise company accounts. I will be speaking at the ICB Branch in Hertfordshire, Bishops Stortford Monday 20th May. I’ll be talking on how to finalise company accounts.
Don’t be limited on company accounts Surrey ICB Branch in Guildford on Wednesday 16th January. Paula Veysey-Smith, CFICB, Chair of the Advisory Council and your co-Branch Chair for West Kent will give a talk on compiling a set of company accounts for filing to Companies House and calculating the corporation tax liability. This is a […]
Corporation Tax – how the Professionals wave their magic wand – or is dark arts? Corporation tax should be easy shouldn’t it – look at the Profit and Loss and then take 19% off to give to the Tax Man. But why, when you get your accounts and tax review, it doesn’t add up to […]
Travel and subsistence – some basics Our third Thorny Issue article will look at travel and subsistence. These rules do vary depending on whether you are self-employed, employed or a company director. However, there is one thing in common, any expenses must be wholly and exclusively business related. This applies all the way through. Combined […]
So, with Easter over I’ve decided to do a series of “thorny questions”! OK, I know you want to switch off now but don’t because the issues raised are important and . . . . . I have thrown a random question into the blog and the first to email me the correct answer will […]
For many of us in the accounting world the end of the tax year is similar to Chinese New Year, except without the fireworks and parties; perhaps we should think of adopting this style! As the end of March approaches I also have a pain in the neck! Not what you think, though dealing with […]