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IN THIS ISSUE:
FEATURES
Helping small businesses to scale-up in the UK
The value of your ‘key man’
Why financial experts are like fertiliser to start-ups
FOR YOUR PRACTICE
Business opportunity for ACCA members
Influence government on the future provision of business services
Consumer Credit Act
Book your first 2014 CPD event now!
Book now! Great value tax update webinar
TECHNICAL MATTERS
Residence, domicile and the remittance basis
The new strategic report
Claiming relief for losses
Pensions auto enrolment: an update
Limit on income tax relief takes effect
High income child benefit charge
Private residence relief reducing
Trading losses
VAT update
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FEATURES

Helping small businesses to scale-up in the UK
Matthew Hancock explains what steps the government is taking to support small business – and how you can help.

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The value of your ‘key man’
Robert Johnson highlights the value of individuals to businesses and outlines solutions to protect the business should a key individual depart.

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Why financial experts are like fertiliser to start-ups
Accountants should be involved from the first stages of start up to ensure new businesses start with a healthy growth spurt.

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FOR YOUR PRACTICE

Business opportunity for ACCA members
Why Growth Vouchers – a project to provide £30m of subsidised business support for small business – provides a great opportunity for ACCA’s practitioners to work with growing and ambitious companies.

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Influence government on the future provision of business services
The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills wants to hear your views on the future provision of business services.

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Consumer Credit Act
In its current form ACCA’s Group Consumer Credit Licence ceases on 31 March 2014.

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Book your first 2014 CPD event now!
Once the January rush has passed, make a head start on your 2014 CPD requirements with one of ACCA's Professional Courses for practitioners.

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Book now! Great value tax update webinar
Join a one hour tax update from Gerry Hart for only £34 per person.

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TECHNICAL MATTERS

Residence, domicile and the remittance basis
As business becomes ever more global and the workforce more mobile, accountants will often need to consider issues such as residence, domicile and the remittance basis: issues that would have been much rarer just a generation ago.

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The new strategic report
The Companies Act 2006 (Strategic Report and Directors’ Report) Regulations 2013 will apply to financial years ending on or after 30 September 2013.

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Claiming relief for losses
Supreme Court case clarifies the correct procedures that clients seeking to claim relief on losses should follow.

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Pensions auto enrolment: an update
Auto enrolment is well underway. Updated guidance outlines when it will impact on businesses of different sizes and what steps they should take.

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Limit on income tax relief takes effect
New legislation limited to amount of income tax relief available from tax year 2013-14 onwards.

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High income child benefit charge
The 2012/13 self-assessment tax return for individuals includes, for the first time, a section in respect of the high income child benefit charge.

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Private residence relief reducing
The period that private residence relief impacts on capital gains tax will be reduced from 6 April 2014.

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Trading losses
With the self-assessment deadline fast approaching, there are options how trading losses may be utilised for tax purposes.

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VAT update
The latest changes to VAT in both the UK and further afield in the EU.

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