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Mar 04, 2017
At any given time an employee can ask to see any personal data that their employer holds on them. This is known as a 'subject access request', and when it happens employers need to tread very carefully, says Office Assistants.

Mar 04, 2017
From 1st April this year, the government is setting the Flat Rate at 16.5 per cent for all limited costs traders. Here Essex bookkeepers Office Assistants discuss how the changes will affect VAT registered businesses.

Mar 04, 2017
Later on this year, large organisations will be subject an Apprenticeship Levy as the government changes legislation. Essex bookkeepers Office Assistants explain what the llevy is, when it comes into effect and the effect on smaller businesses.

Feb 10, 2017
Now that we're in the New Year say Essex bookkeepers Office Assistants, it's the perfect time to brush up on what's new in business, both in terms of the latest technology and those emerging markets which are going to be big business in 2017.

Feb 10, 2017
Business owners need to be aware of what's about to change when it comes to the law and regulations, so here's a guide to what you need to know this year from Essex bookkeepers Office Assistants.

Feb 10, 2017
The Internet of Things (IoT), quite literally, means connecting everything and anything to the internet. But how can this connectivity help small businesses? This is precisely what Essex bookkeepers Office Assistants have been discussing.

Jan 12, 2017
The Competitions and Markets Authority (CMA) has launched a campaign to help customers know the rules on unfair terms and conditions and to help businesses keep within the law when it comes to unfair terms.

Jan 12, 2017
A new taskforce has been set up to act as the lobbying voice for small to medium sized businesses in the UK.

Jan 12, 2017
From 1st November, it became a legal obligation for the UK's nine major banks to refer any small to medium businesses who they have refused for finance to an alternative provider.

Dec 09, 2016
It is a requirement for company directors to maximise creditor returns during insolvency, and therefore by selling or transferring assets at an undervalue they could be considered to be carrying out wrongful or fraudulent trading.



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