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Libre Solutions Ltd
What would you find if you looked into your Supply Chai...
Car washes. An area needing looking at for various reasons. We regularly read about slavery, exploitation, poor conditions, not to mention money laundering for criminals. I’m sure some are well run. B...
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Libre Solutions Ltd
The Modern Slavery Act
  C O M P L I A N C E   W I T H T H E  M O D E R N  S L A V E R Y  A C T Section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act states that companies must engage in due diligence to find risks and produce robust stat...
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Libre Solutions Ltd
Supply Chains
 T R A N S P A R E N C Y   O F   S U P P L Y   C H A I N S    Our fully accredited investigators are highly trained in mapping supply chains from start-to-finish. By running full and detailed audits, ...
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MEO-Business
DATA MISUSE – What can we learn from the Facebook/Cambr...
It is the biggest data news story around currently – the scandal regarding data misuse between Cambridge Analytica and Facebook. What happened? Cambridge Analytica, who conduct data mining and analysi...
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Afford Bond Chartered Accountants
Are you confused by HMRC's 'Making Tax Digital?
How will it affect you and what does it really mean?  On 13th July 2017, the government announced that Making Tax Digital for business would be delayed until 2020 - with the exception of VAT. This is ...
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Concept Data Solutions Ltd
What is GDPR and what do I need to do?
In this blog, we highlight the basics of the impending GDPR legislation and the immediate steps that need to be taken. We will explore the impact on your communications in our next blog! GDPR (General...
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Richard Weilding
Buddy can you spare a dime, with a full receipted invoi...
  Buddy can you spare a dime, with a full receipted invoice and including 20% VAT   The Government has announced a crackdown on the ‘Cash-in-hand Economy’ given the perceived loss of revenue from unpa...
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Alextra Accountants
NICs And The Self-Employed
Following the Spring Budget, the National Insurance treatment of the self-employed hit the headlines after it was announced the main rate of Class 4 contributions would be increased to 10% from April ...
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Alextra Accountants
Residence Nil Rate Band
From April 2017, a new nil rate band – the residence nil rate band (RNRB) – is available for inheritance tax purposes. It increases the amount that can be left free of inheritance tax when the estate ...
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Richard Weilding
Doctor Who, What?, When? and Why?
The issue of time travel has long engaged the minds of scholars over the years. This central tenet of Doctor Who episodes goes back over 50 years and before that HG Wells mused on the possibility in h...
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John Dunning
Crewe has future as high growth city
The following speech was delivered at the South Cheshire Chamber’s 20th Annual Business Awards, where I talked about Crewe's potential to grow not only as a town, but as a future city. Despite uncerta...
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Alextra Accountants
Pension Cold Calling Ban Introduced
The government is set to introduce a ban on cold callers selling investment products to people cashing in their pension pots from the age of 55. The ban will aim to tackle the ongoing rise of scam cal...
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Richard Weilding
Hallelujah! A Canadian Poet, A Loud Trump and a Flushin...
The death in the past few days of the poet and singer Leonard Cohen reminded of the impact the man has had on my life. I can see a few fellow wrinklies nodding in sage-like agreement whilst musing on ...
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Richard Weilding
Make Cake, Break Bake, All Take, Head Ache, Commercial ...
Last week saw the end of BBC's Great British Bake Off television show as we know it. When it re-emerges on Channel 4 sometime next year or whenever it will have new presenters bar one and the unwelcom...
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Richard Weilding
Love it or hate it, it seems we can’t do without it.
Whilst meandering through Tesco at the weekend I couldn’t help but feel there was a degree of triumphalism among certain shoppers as they returned from the far corner of the superstore, reunited with ...
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