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Let’s Talk Business 18th November 2013

Did you know that you could be taxed for going to the office party? Steve Bicknell has the full details.

Let’s Talk Business 16th December 2013

December 16, 2013

If you’re going to incentivise customers in the January sales, you may find that you’ll have to pay tax on the things you give away.  Accounting Specialist Steve Bicknell joins me in the studio to explain.

Let’s Talk Business 3rd March 2014

March 3, 2014

One in five businesses were affected by last month’s floods so the question now is, how can you protect your business from what is apparently going to be a more regular occurrence?  Steve Bicknell brings us the lowdown.

Let’s Talk Business 10th March 2014

March 10, 2014

With global giants Amazon and Starbucks hitting headlines for tax avoidance, could a new Fair Tax mark force companies to be more transparent?  Accounting Specialist Steve Bicknell Explains.

Let’s Talk Business 7th April 2014

April 7, 2014

With just one in five UK small companies exporting overseas, we’ll be finding out about a new government initiative encouraging businesses to trade abroad.   Accounting specialist Steve Bicknell joins me in the studio to explain more.

Let’s Talk Business 11th August 2014

August 11, 2014

We learn that anyone is able to set up shop as an accountant, whether they’re qualified or not.  Accounting specialist Steve Bicknell explains why it’s vital to check your accountant’s credentials.

Let’s Talk Business 1st September 2014

September 1, 2014

With global giants Amazon and Starbucks hitting headlines for tax avoidance, will the new ‘Fair Tax Mark’ encourage companies to be more transparent?  Accounting Specialist Steve Bicknell tell us more.

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Let’s Talk Business 16th March 2015

We are told that the UK is one of the best places to set up a business with its low corporation tax. Yet it’s reported that the likes of Starbucks and many others have avoided paying millions in tax. What’s the solution? Our accounting guru Steve Bicknell says the Fair Tax mark could help.

 

Let’s Talk Business 13th July 2015

Last week’s budget threw a few curve balls, especially the increase in the national minimum wage which is now to be known as the living wage. The government also announced a reduction in corporation tax, which makes the UK one of the lowest in the G20. But how do we compare to Germany, France and the US? Steve Bicknell from The Association of Management Accountants has the details.

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