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It’s currently our peak filing period for accounts and as we’ve seen a number of changes to accounts filing requirements over the past year I thought it would be useful to publish a blog talking about some of these changes.
With only a day to go until the next legislative change resulting from the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act, I thought I’d highlight an important point in relation to the people with significant control (PSC) register.
You may have heard that from 30 June the confirmation statement replaces the annual return. But what does this mean? We provide the details you need to know in our latest blog.
All companies must keep a register of people with significant control (PSC) from April this year and inform us of who they are in June.
This year will see a number of changes to the requirements that companies must comply with when preparing and filing their annual accounts. In this blog I’ll provide an overview of the changes.
There’s often a lot of confusion around reporting company fraud, including who to report the fraud to and, depending on the nature of the alleged fraud, which body or organisation is best placed to deal with it.
When I’m out of the office and talking to various professions and businesses, I regularly ask “what are the barriers in sending your accounts to us online?” and I’m often surprised by the responses.