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VAT calculations in Excel
This example uses Irish VAT rates (Nov 2012) for a restaurant.
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Tolley's VAT Cases 2012
BOOK REVIEW TOLLEY'S VAT CASES 2012 A COMPREHENSIVE DIGEST OF REPORTED VALUE ADDED TAX DECISIONS RELEVANT TO CURRENT LEGISLATION FROM 1973 TO 1 JANUARY 2012 By Alan Dolton and David Rudling LexisNexis ISBN: 978 0 7545 4241 4 www.lexisnexis.co.uk ATTENTION TAX PRACTITIONERS EMBROILED WITH VAT: THIS IS THE LATEST EDITION OF 'TOLLEY'S VAT CASES' An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers This is the 27th annual edition of this indispensible reference book on VAT cases from LexisNexis -- the companion volume to 'Tolley's Tax Cases 2012'. As you may have noticed, the latter volume covers relevant cases from 1875 to 2012. That's 3,500 cases over a period of more than 125 years. Compare this with the easily observable truth that VAT cases (as opposed to tax cases) date only from 1973, the year VAT was introduced. Yet in the not quite forty years since then, Tolley's definitive reference book has blossomed forth into a volume whose bulk exceeds that of its companion by more or less 400 pages to include entries for more than 4,000 VAT cases. Such has been the impact and the vexatiousness, you might be tempted to say, of VAT. The cases contained in this indispensible work of reference include public court and tribunal decisions which, as pointed out by the publishers, show 'the impact of (this) tax on an increasing range of business and private circumstances.' Bearing in mind the often mind-blowing complexity of VAT, this book will be a boon to all tax practitioners. 'VAT Intelligence' has commented that practitioners 'will find this book far easier to use than the (official) index to the VAT tribunal decisions.' As with 'Tolley's Tax Cases', you can use this volume to look up the cases and/or information you need in basically three ways. First, there is the alphabetized contents list at the front. Then there's the table of statutes and thirdly, the general subject index at the back. The longer chapters have their own contents lists containing both subheadings and main headings. There are over 200 pages of abbreviations and references, tables of statutes, statutory instruments, European community directives and alphabetically listed cases, plus a short glossary of Latin and old French phrases. (You never know when you might need this.) Material new to this edition includes an introductory survey of leading decisions in 2011, together with summaries of important ECJ cases and tribunal decisions in 2011. If you're a law practitioner, or tax specialist, this book, together with its sister volume 'Tolley's Tax Cases' provides an invaluable resource 'Nothing comparable', declares 'Accountancy', while 'The Times' contends that 'no praise can be high enough for this book.' Certainly this volume will be ideal not only for tax practitioners, lawyers and accountants, but business folk in general, as well administrators, company secretaries and anyone professionally involved in this problem-laden area of taxation.
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Posting of Transactions in Journal and Ledger
This animation introduces the learner to analyse any financial transaction and post the same in a journal book as well as a ledger. This is a product of Mexus Education Pvt. Ltd., an education innovations company based in Mumbai, India. http://www.mexuseducation.com, http://www.ikenstore.in
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VATulator - The VAT Calculator - 3.1 Demo
A quick demo of VATulator 3.1 and what it can do. Download in the appstore now.
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Tally.ERP 9 in Hindi ( Payment voucher, Receipt voucher) Part 24
Tally ERP 9 Basic Level - https://goo.gl/6x1SYM इस विडियो में आप जानेगें पेमेंट वाउचर, रिसिप्ट वाउचर में की जाने वाली एंट्री In this video you will know about Payment voucher, Receipt vouche
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Do you want a payment plan for Web Design?
http://www.britesidewebdesign.com 720-505-4047 -- Brite Side Web Design is a Professional Web Development, Internet Marketing and Video Marketing company in Denver, Colorado. Subscribe to our FREE Video Newsletter for small businesses wanting to build or update their website entitled "Website Design Top 10 Questions... and What should have been asked too". Issue #4 covers the question: Do you have a payment plan for website development? There are companies that offer financing for web design work. Many times the interest rate you will pay exceeds the interest rate you would pay on a credit card. In addition, most web developers are simply not set up to make payment plans due to the added effort of generating and maintaining regular invoices. Go to http://goo.gl/6er6l to sign up for our Free Video Newsletter. Save a ton of money. Make your new Professional Website Design easier and more profitable.
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BrightPay Payroll Software UK:New Employees - P45 Part 3 and P46
BrightPay Payroll Software: http://www.brightpay.co.uk New Employees - P45 and P46 1. For new employees commencing mid-year, set up your employee in the normal manner. For assistance with this, please view the tutorial "Setting up an Employee." 2. For a new employee starting mid --year, a start date is essential in order to ensure that the employee is added to the payroll in the correct pay period. It is also a requirement when submitting new employee details to HMRC. 3. The employee's start date must be entered in the designated field provided in the 'Employment' tab. 4. After a start date has been entered a 'Previous Employment' section will become available in order to enter previous employer and pay history for the current tax year. 5. If the employee has worked elsewhere in the current tax year, complete the 'Previous Employment Details' by entering the PAYE reference of the employee's previous employer, the employee's date of leaving and their tax code from their previous employment. If the tax code at the time of leaving was applied on a Week 1/ Month 1 basis, tick the box provided. 6. If the employee's tax code is on a cumulative basis, complete the 'Amounts from Previous Employment' section 7. Finally, if the tax figure to be entered on the P11 Deductions Working Sheet differs from the amount stated in box 7 on their P45, record the adjusted total tax to date amount in the field provided. 8. Once all employee details have been entered, simply click 'Save Changes' to add the Employee record. 9. As soon as the employee record is saved, Bright Pay will inform you that a P45 Part 3 or a P46 must be completed and an asterisk will be placed next to the employee's name as a reminder until this action is completed. 10. For new employees who have provided a P45 from previous employment, a P45 Part 3 can be completed and submitted to HMRC using Bright Pay. To do this, select the P45 Part 3 option on the employee menu. 11. On the P45 Part 3 screen, ensure that the employee details entered are correct and amend if necessary. Click 'Continue' to confirm these details and to set the employee's start date. 12. Should you need to undo the P45 Part 3 to make amendments, simply click 'Undo P45 Part 3' at any stage before submission to HMRC. 13. When ready to submit the P45 Part 3 to HMRC, select the 'Send to HMRC' tab. Click 'Start' to begin the submission. Response messages will be displayed on screen during the submission. As soon as the file is received and accepted by HMRC, a success response will be displayed. 14. To print a file copy of the P45 Part 3, select the 'Print' tab (Ross to do!) 15. For new employees commencing mid-year who do not provide their new employer with a P45, a P46 can be completed and submitted to HMRC instead. To do this, select 'P46' on the employee menu. 16. On the P46 screen, ensure that the employee details already entered are correct, then select the most appropriate statement which applies to the new employee. 17. Click 'Continue' to confirm these details and to set the employee's start date. 18. Should you need to undo the P46 to make amendments, simply click 'Undo P46' at any stage before submission to HMRC. 19. When ready to submit the P46 to HMRC, select the 'Send to HMRC' tab. Click 'Start' to begin the submission. Response messages will be displayed on screen during the submission. As soon as the file is received and accepted by HMRC, a success response will be displayed. 20. To print a file copy of the P46, select the 'Print' tab 21. After the new employee has been set up, they will be added to the payroll in the pay period which corresponds to their start date.
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Introduction to the Automated Payment Transaction Tax, as concieved by Edgar Feige. Implementation is outlined on the APT website: http://apttax.com This tax proposal is similar to other financial transaction tax proposals. research it and other types of tax proposals and decide for yourself what combination of best practices would benefit the nation as a whole. The video borrows language from Dr. Feige's papers and the website and should not be considered as a primary reference, refer to the site and Dr. Feige's work.
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IT IUP KU Group1: Calculating vat of the product.
How to calculating vat of the product.
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Learn Tally ERP 9 | Customer Outstanding Bill wise Report in Tally | Advance Level
Learn outstanding report in proper manner such as with Invoice No. & credit period Ageing etc, so this tutorial is for you. You will learn about billwise outstanding report with invoice details. www.faceebok.com/TallyERP9tutorial Tally ERP 9 in Hindi, Tally Tutorials in Hindi, Learn Tally in Hindi
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Understanding Sales Tax for Residential Personal/Real Property
Understanding the differences between tangible personal property and real property in a residential setting can be difficult. This video will help clarify the difference for contractors doing business in Wisconsin. For more information visit the Wisconsin Department of Revenue website http://www.revenue.wi.gov Transcript: Understanding the differences between tangible personal property and real property in a residential setting can be difficult. Real property is generally permanent, such as a house, driveway, fence or garage. If you are a contractor and you're working on real property, this means you are the consumer of the materials and you pay sales or use tax when you purchase the materials. When it's real property, you don't charge your customer sales tax. Tangible personal property is property not permanently attached to real property such as furniture, curtains and portable appliances. If you are a contractor and you're working on tangible personal property, you are the retailer. That means you *don't pay* sales or use tax when you purchase the materials but you charge your customer sales tax on the labor and materials. Here are some additional real property items: Land Walls Roof Deck Sidewalk, and Fence Landscaping is a taxable service. That means these items outside the house are treated like tangible personal property and sales tax is charged to the customer: Shrubs Flower beds Trees, and Sod Here are some items inside the house that are real property when installed: Hardwood floors Staircases Ceiling fans, and Built in appliances like dishwashers, furnaces and water heaters are real property when they're installed. Here are some items inside the house that are tangible personal property: Furniture, lamps and curtains Portable appliances, such as refrigerators and stoves. Although real property when installed, these are some items considered tangible personal property when repaired: Furnaces Water heaters and Dishwashers Remember, if you are a contractor performing real property improvements, you are the consumer of the materials and you must pay the sales tax on those purchases. You don't charge your customer sales tax. If you are working on tangible personal property you are the retailer of those materials. You don't pay sales tax on your purchases but you do charge your customer sales tax on labor and materials, unless the customer can claim an exemption. We hope you found this information helpful. This video is meant to be a brief overview of tangible vs. real property for residential purposes. For more detailed information, visit our website, revenue.wi.gov. Search "pub 207" to view sales tax information for contractors. Look for the handy reference chart at the back of this publication for helpful information on tangible and real property. You can also search, "pub 210" for more information on landscaping services. Thank you for watching.
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TallyERP9 | Manage Voucher Numbering in Tally | Advance Level
In this tutorial you can learn how to Manage Voucher Numbering according to keep them in Document Store with proper numbering. It can be Month wise, Voucher Type wise etc. www.faceook.com/TallyERP9Tutorial www.veertutorial.blogspot.in Tally ERP 9 in Hindi, Tally Tutorials in Hindi, Learn Tally in Hindi
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Tally.ERP 9 Advance Feature, Bill-wise Details
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What Records Do I Keep As A Self-Employed Person?
An HMRC guide to Keeping Records as a Self Employed Person. Free online help is available from HMRC for businesses. We run live daily one hour help sessions, called Webinars, with time given to let you ask questions. We also have half hour recorded sessions that you can watch ay any time. All you need for access is a name and an email address. Go here to see the times and topics: http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/webinars/index.htm Go here to see what topics are in the recorded library: http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/webinars/pre-recorded.htm HMRC is the UK’s tax, payments and customs authority. We collect the money that pays for the UK’s public services and help families and individuals with targeted financial support. Why not ask a question or share your experiences on HMRC’s Small Business Forum? You can find it here: https://online.hmrc.gov.uk/webchatprod/community/forums/list.page Follow HMRC on social media: • Twitter: https://twitter.com/HMRCgovuk/ • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HMRC/ • LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/hm-revenue-&-customs For help with general queries relating to any of HMRC’s products and services, talk to us on: • Twitter: https://twitter.com/HMRCcustomers/ • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HMRC/ Sign up for your Personal Tax Account. Join the millions of customers already using their online account to check and update their records and see their state pension details. It takes just 5 minutes at https://www.gov.uk/personal-tax-account
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Outgoing Payment Process in SAP Business One
As part of our learning series webinars, we are implementing tips and tricks and need to know basis for proper training on SAP business one; specifically, covering the outgoing payment process in SAP Business One. A few items to consider during this webinar: •Outgoing Payments •Payment means •Payment Wizard •Checks for Payment •Void Checks for Payment Please join us as we discuss the basic steps to begin implementing or enhancing your company's outgoing payment process. Feel free to Subscribe above and comment below! For more videos go to our website:michellgroup.com Also, don't forget to follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/michellgroup And Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/michellgroup For more information or help, please feel free to contact us at any time. Michell Consulting Group 8240 NW 52nd Terrace, Suite 410 Doral, Florida 33166-7766 1-800-442-5011 or (305) 592-5433 Michell Consulting Group specializes in ERP software and managed IT services, providing each client with unparalleled service and support. Michell Consulting is a SAP Gold Partner.
receipt voucher or receipt entry in tally& tally erp9
how to enter receipt voucher in tally is explained in this tutorial, receipt voucher in single entry mode and receipt voucher in double entry mode are also mentioned briefly with example. here in this tutorial we used Tally ERP9, The same method is applicable to tally 9 and other older versions. http://tallygame.com/tally-erp-9/accounting-voucher/receipt/receipt-voucher-or-receipt-entry-in-tally/
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Part Paying a Supplier
http://accountz.co.uk/business-accountz OK, so part payments can be made from suppliers in the actual Supplier Records which is an Enterprise feature [icon of the lady from the head and shoulders upwards]. OK so I'm going to show you the transactions within the Supplier Records itself, but the transactions will end up in the Green Books, and I'll show you the results there, if that's where you work. OK so let's go ahead and add a new supplier quickly [within the Supplier Records element clicks on the green button with the white '+' on it at the bottom to create a new blank record then writes in a new name into the Name field]. Let's go ahead and enter the original purchase that we made [in the 'Purchases' tab on the right hand panel clicks on the green button with the white '+' on it to the top right] so let's say we got invoiced from them on the 1.4.2012 and the invoice number was [enters this into the 'Reference' column] and this was outstanding at this moment so it's 'Bills Unpaid' and it was for 'Equipment Hire'. OK that was £1000 at Standard VAT. OK so that's the original invoice for the Equipment that we hired, and if we look at the statement, here we can see what we owe to this supplier. Now when we make a payment we do that in the Transfer book [e.g. the Transfer tab within the Supplier Records element]. And we'll add a new line for the first payment [clicks on the green button with the white '+' on it to the top right] and we'll say this was on the 1.5.12. Which bank did we use? It was our Current Account and it's back to the Bills Unpaid and it's £500 [writes] 'part payments' in the 'Description'. OK, at this moment we are not going to check this completed. If we go and check the statement here [e.g. the Statement tab within the Supplier Records element] now we can see the original invoice, the payment we've made and the running balance. OK, so we still owe them £500. If we go and check the Red Book, here we'll be able to find the transaction, which is here, and you can see it's £1000 for Equipment Hire. And if we go to the Green Books here you can see the first payment we made and it's £500. OK so you can do the work in the Red and Green Books but I'm going to demonstrate it via the Supplier Records because here you can also see the statement information. OK so let's go and do the final payment [clicks on the 'Transfers' tab within the Supplier Records component] and we'll say it was on the 5.6.2012 from the same bank. Back to the Bills Unpaid [writes 'part payments' in the Description column] £500 OK and we can see that's that now done. And if we go ahead and now check the purchase [having turned on the 'Reference' column in the Supplier Records area and then adding in the relevant reference here's the video on how to turn on columns: http://accountsbusinessclub.co.uk/m2v1/]. There's one thing I've not got turned on here which is the 'Reference' column [as above please see this video for how to turn on columns: http://accountsbusinessclub.co.uk/m2v1/]. And here's where we would now enter our reference numbers from the original invoice, so I'm just going to fill that information in. OK. So let's go and check the statement [tab]. Here we can see the original invoice, two payments we made and now the running balance is on zero. OK so the balance is now on zero so we don't owe this supplier any more money. So the original purchase is in the Red Books From Bills Unpaid to whichever expense and then when you make the payments it's from whichever bank/payment option you have back to Bills Unpaid and whatever payments you make. At this moment don't check them 'Paid' make sure you enter the reference information. Back to the statement. And here is where I would check off these items. So once I'm happy that everything has been completed and the running balance is on zero here I clear the items off [in the 'Statement' tab within the Supplier Records element checks the 'Payment completed' check boxes for each transaction that is relevant] and once we've cleared the items off here if you go and check the relevant areas [e.g. clicks on the 'Purhcases' tab and demonstrates that the 'Paid' column check box for that transaction has been checked], they've all been automatically paid, so here's the Paid in the Purchase, and here they're now paid in the payment complete in the Transfers [the 'Payment Completed' column has been automatically checked for the relevant transaction lines]. OK, so that should show you how you do part payments for Suppliers in Business Accountz.
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Down Payment Process in SAP Business One
As part of our training series, Michell Consulting Group will be hosted a webinar on The Down Payment Process in SAP Business One. During this training video, we will have an overview of this process and the features it includes; such as: • Deposits using payment means • Down Payment Documents • Applying Down Payment Documents For more information or help, please feel free to contact us at any time. Michell Consulting Group 8240 NW 52nd Terrace, Suite 410 Doral, Florida 33166-7766 1-800-442-5011 or (305) 592-5433 Michell Consulting Group specializes in ERP software and managed IT services, providing each client with unparalleled service and support. Michell Consulting is a SAP Gold Partner.
Sage Line 50 Petty Cash Payments and Replenish
Making payments from the petty cash account and restoring the balance of the petty cash account
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QuickBooks Training - Enter Bills - Item and Expense
QuickBooks allows you to enter bills for payment later. If your vendor has given you terms, you should take advantage of that cash flow. This video guides you through the process of entering a Bill in QuickBooks and getting it ready to pay. AQB.com offers OnDemand training videos for Intuit QuickBooks Accounting and QuickBooks Point of Sale solutions. These YouTube videos are a small subset of the hundreds of video tutorials available at http://www.aqb.com/quickbooks-elearning/.
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Tally.ERP 9 in Hindi ( Purchase voucher ) Part 21
Tally ERP 9 Basic Level - https://goo.gl/6x1SYM इस विडियो में आप जानेगें परचेस वाउचर में की जाने वाली एंट्री | In this video you will know about Purchase voucher.
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PRSI Refunds in Ireland
How to claim a PRSI Refund in Ireland in 2012. Details of what is required and who is eligible. Download the letter from www.myfinancialwindow.ie/downloads
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How to do Manual Invoice Entry in Oracle Accounts Payable - Oracle R12 Financial New Features
http://www.itconvergence.com/workshops - A video tutorial on Manual Invoice Entry in Oracle AP - Oracle Payables. This Tutorial includes: how to do manual invoice entry in R12 oracle payables. .For more information check out our series of tutorials on the R12 Financials new features. For more info on Oracle R12 Financials New Features Workshop - http://www.itconvergence.com/portal/page?_pageid=995,10071375&_dad=portal...
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Reality Check: Fair Coverage Ot The story behind the Ron Paul newsletters
Airing Date Jan.04, 2012, you can also view this at Dailymotion http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xngc2w_reality-check-fair-coverage-ot-the-story-behind-the-ron-paul-newsletters_news i post this to give a proper journalistic news perspective of this issue.under fair use, www fox19 com/story/16449477/reality-check-the-story-behind-the-ron-paul-newsletters The talk of Ron Paul's racist newsletters has been all over the news for the past few weeks and seem to dominate all of the Congressman's interviews. So what about these newsletters is true and what is the rest of the media not telling you? Starting as far back as 1976, Congressman Paul published a newsletter. It has gone by several names. The Ron Paul Political Report, The Ron Paul Investment Letter, etc. That newsletter was largely an investment newsletter, dealing with currency, gold and investments. That was the case from 1976 to 1988. Over the course of those 144 editions, no racist content. To understand this story, you have to look at the timeline. In 1984 Paul gave up his seat in Congress when he made an unsuccessful run for the Senate. In 1985 he went back to Texas to continue to practice medicine full time as an OB-GYN. His return to politics as a Congressman was in 1996. In 2007 when Congressman Paul was last running for president, a newspaper called The New Republic found copies hard copies of the newsletters, and these, they reported, were filled with racist, anti-homosexual and conspiracy oriented content. So lets talk content. In all, the Ron Paul newsletters were released on a monthly basis for 20 years. That means there were no fewer than 240 editions published. There are a total of 20 editions of the Ron Paul newsletters, which have passages or sections of racist, bigoted, or anti homosexual language, as well as conspiracy theories. Since the conspiracy theories, aren't really the issue here, lets stay on focus and talk about the racist passages. The way The New Republic newspaper stacks it, the total number of newsletter editions with racist passages is not 20 but actually 9 newsletters. Lets look at those 9. I told you that Congressman Paul was fully out of Congress at the beginning on 1985. The first racist passage shows up in October 1990. The next month, in November of 1990 a reference to David Duke. The following month, in December, 1990, the author attacks Martin Luther King Jr. Then in February of 1991, another newsletter has passages trashing Dr. King's legacy. So what we have here, racist passages show up from October of 1990 to February of 1991. 4 out of 5 consecutive months. A lapse of about a year goes by, 15 months to be exact. Then, in June 1992, a "Special Edition on Racial Terrorism." focusing on race riots in Los Angeles. One month later, in the very next edition, writing about black rage. The final report where we see racist tones is 6 months later in a passage about the disappearing white majority. So who authored these racist passages? In 2007, the libertarian magazine Reason cited an anonymous source close to the 2008 Paul campaign. That source attributed much of the content from those news letters to Lew Rockwell. Rockwell, whose name appears on the newsletters under the title of Contributing Editor, told The New Republic that he did not write the controversial articles. He said that there were "seven or eight free-lancers involved at various stages" Here is what you need to know. Ron Paul has dis-avowed the letters, says he didn't write them, but also says he accepts responsibility because he should have known, since they were published under his name. He is right about that, he was negligent. But when it comes to the controversy over these newsletters, I am left with one nagging question about the report that first broke this story in 1997. I found, when researching this story that back in 1997 the original author of The New Republic article, James Kirchick, explained that most of the newsletters had no byline. Specifically, none of those racist newsletters had a byline, says Kirchick, except for one. One newsletter that contained the byline of someone else, not Congressman Paul. But Kirchick fails to disclose two very important things: who's name was in that byline, and which article they wrote. He only states that the mystery writer wrote "One special edition" of the Ron Paul Report. The only special edition I can find is the 1992 article, "A Special Report on Racial Terrorism." Why is that important? Because this edition of the newsletter that is most often quoted to prove racism. So does that mean the most racist evidence in these newsletters actually has someone else's name on it? I don't know, but I'd like to find out. I have repeatedly tried for 2 weeks to contact The New Republic and James Kirchick to get an answer as to which special report had another author's byline, I'm still waiting to hear back. And that is Reality Check.
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Job Costing in Tally.ERP 9
Job Costing is a form of specific order costing which applies to a job undertaken according to customer specifications. It applies to industries which produce definite products against individual orders. Key features of Job Costing module are: • Ascertain profitability i.e., Net Profit/Loss for a particular Job/Project • Track the transfer of materials from one godown to another • Track the consumption of materials at different locations • Drill down till voucher level for any kind of alteration or reference • Track material-wise receipts, consumption, transfers and closing stock at multiple locations dedicated for a job • Create job 'cost centres' and report on them • Capture revenue and expenses as and when they are updated • Compare and analyse various jobs • Inventory movement: Opening, Inwards, Outwards , Transfer, Consumption etc. • Compare each element of cost, selling price and profit with other jobs • Ascertain the costs under each element when the job is in progress • Do a Job Work Analysis where a service or a product is the output For more info visit http://www.tallysolutions.com
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Paying a Supplier
http://accountz.co.uk/business-accountz OK so there are a few ways you can pay a supplier. If you have the Enterprise product and you have the Supplier Records [icon of the lady from the head and shoulders upwards] we can come over to the Supplier Records itself and go over to the Purchases tab and these are only purchases just for this one supplier. So here you can do exactly the same as you do in the red books, but it's only for this supplier, and this gives you full supplier management as well as the statement and any other transfer payments and any orders you've raised. I'm going to do the transaction in the red book because that's where you do all purchases for any supplier or any business expenses. OK so let's go ahead and add a couple of these here. So I am going to add a new line, and we'll give it a date so let's say it's 1.6 [chooses the 1st June from the calendar that appears when you start to type in the field] select the supplier, I'm going to select an existing supplier [NB if you press the space bar in the field in the Supplier column then you will see all the suppliers available. If you start to type a supplier name you will see those suppliers whose names start with that letter] enter the invoice number or any reference number from the documentation into the reference and then select the From and To Accounts and these are direct payments I paid for these straight away so it came straight from my Current [Account] and went straight over to my Advertising expense [Advertising and Marketing] account and it was £125 with Standard VAT. OK, so that's it. That was my paying a supplier entered into the system. Let's go ahead and do another for another payment that we made on the 8th of last month [adds in the date]. That was for a new supplier, so I'm going to click on the new [clicks on the green button with the white '+' in it which adds a new line = a new transaction, adds in the date and then in the Supplier column types in a name and clicks on 'new' which opens up a new window called 'Add New Supplier' where he types in the new supplier name, and then clicks on 'Done' when he has finished]. OK and we are going to put in the reference and I paid for it with my Credit Card and it was for 'Entertainment', Standard VAT. OK? So that was a couple of supplier payments done that we made into the system straight over to the red book and then enter the information in to the relevant fields. Like I said before if you have the Enterprise version and we go over to one of these suppliers [icon of the lady from the head and shoulders upwards]. Let's select the new one [in the Supplier Records starts typing the name of the newly added supplier into the very left field and it appears for selection]. Here you can do the same work but just within the supplier itself. So, here you can see the transaction I made to this particular supplier and it's here within the supplier records [e.g. in the Purchases tab within the individual Supplier Record], but everything is always in the Red Books. Alright? So that should show you how you can pay a supplier in Business Accountz.
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CrossFire América Latina - SWAT Elite [New Character]!
Thanks to TheHollowIchigo99: [http://www.youtube.com/TheHollowIchigo99]! Blue Crystal weapons: [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hnw4ISS__Ss], :) CrossFire Russia recently updated (May 12th) with a new friends system. This system allow any new account made after that update to make a reference/ nomination to 1 person after they logged in the game for the 1st time (you type the name of the person and he will receice a little random prize) or through a new section added in the lobby (Обмен БО; Exchange of БО) This system also give a new in-game currency (originally called БО), let's call it: CP (Comrade Points), those points are achieved with this new system. Whenever the new player play a game, 10% of his exp will be converted into that currency (CP) for the one who have been refered/nominated. If both players are in the same room, it's 20% of his exp! Those CP can be used to buy some nice items/weapons and characters. Unfortunately, it's all temporary stuff, :p Those weapons include: M4A1, AK-47, Desert Eagle, AWM and Gatling Gun Blue Crystal. Characters: Swat-F (L.A. SWAT) and Swat-E (this video). And a bunch of namecards, xD The CP rate can be rather low if you only have been refered only once. However, there's a golden mask, Золотая маска (Máscaras de Ferro in CFLA) that gives you a certain number of CP depending on how much days you get it (3 days = 1100CP for example). This new system has been introduced in CFLA (known as "Nomear Amigo") this morning with the same items/weapons/character (instead of Swat-F, they have Spop-E, aka Spop-X) in the new section of the lobby: Bazar de Pontos. The currency is called AP (Amigo Points). TheHollowIchigo99 (-Brennt[?] in CFLA) was happy to help me to show the new character and few of the blue crystal weapons (coming soon)! :D We can all thanks him for making this video possible, ^.^ I've been assisted by Us3r, iPHiL and GgUiLaUmE, they were just there to look at the character and the weapons, :) Also part of the random moment at the end, xD If you have more questions about this system, feel free to ask, I'll do my best to answer or maybe TheHollowIchigo99 will drop in and answer for me, :) Details about the new system: • Blue Crystal Weapons: [http://youtu.be/Hnw4ISS__Ss] • May 12th Update (CFRU): [http://cfire.mail.ru/may12_update/] • Система инструкторов: [http://cfire.mail.ru/sistema_instruktorov/] • Nomear Amigo: [http://br.crossfire.z8games.com/guide_friend_nominate.aspx] Musics: • Damage Inc. by Metallica. • The World is not Enough Theme (N64) • Livin' In The Sunlight, Lovin' In The Moon Light by Tiny Tim (funny song is funny, xD)! Stay tuned for more! Enjoy, :)
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SAP 50% Down Payment Process
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How to enter sales entry  or sales voucher  in tally ,erp9
How to enter sales voucher in tally, sales invoice Accounts invoice and item invoices are clearly described in this video, Readd more in http://tallygame.com/tally-erp-9/accounting-voucher/sales-entry/sales-voucher-in-tally-or-sales-entry-in-tally/ also two types of voucher one is as invoice, and as voucher mode also explained clearly, as voucher is similar to double entry mode voucher in payment, contra & receipt. In companies enabled accounts with inventory both the accounts invoice and item invoice is avaliable also there is a toggle button for this, but in companies maintaining accounts only only accounts invoice is available but voucher type both invoice mode and voucher mode is available, for better clarity of entering sales voucher or sales invoice in tally erp9, see the video, -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Sales transaction inclusive of tax without voucher class in tally erp9" → https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_mW6... -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Sage One Payroll - Getting Started on Sage One Online Accounting Software
http://uk.sageone.com/ie Sage One Payroll is Ireland's first online payroll solution. Since it is hosted on the cloud you can access employee information and process weekly and monthly pay runs at any time and from any location. Sage One Payroll integrates with Sage One Accounts which is also hosted online. Sage One Payroll can be used on a Mac or iPad. This video shows how easy it is to get started with Sage One Payroll.
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Drupal 7 / Ubercart Tutorial 6 of 10: Configuring UPS Shipping Quotes, Paypal and Taxes
You can now purchase the entire series to own at http://torontowebsitedeveloper.com/uc-series. In the 6th drupal video tutorial of this 10 part video tutorial series, we continue developing our e-commerce site with drupal and ubercart by configuring shipping quotes with UPS, flat rates, and weight quotes, configuring paypal and we set up conditional taxes. If you have any questions, I encourage you to check out http://www.ubercart.org/forum, http://www.drupal.org/forum
Tally.ERP 9 in Hindi ( Payment voucher, Sales voucher, Receipt voucher) Part 26
Tally ERP 9 Basic Level - https://goo.gl/6x1SYM इस विडियो में आप जानेगें पेमेंट वाउचर, सेल्स वाउचर, रिसिप्ट वाउचर में की जाने वाली एंट्री In this video you will know about Payment voucher, Sales voucher, Receipt voucher
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How to delete a voucher from tally
To get more tallytutorial visit http://www.tallygame.com how to delete a voucher form tally is explained with this video tutorial very easily, there are two methods tho delete the voucher entered in tally, one is deletion from voucher entry screen itself and the other one is from daybook of ledger, both voucher deletion are simply exmained here. http://tallygame.com/tally-erp-9/tally-advanced/data-management/company/how-to-create-company-in-tally/
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payment voucher entry in tally , tally erp9
how to enter payment voucher in tally is expaline in detail here, we used tally erp9 to explain things. payment voucher in single entry mode and double entry mode are explained with example. http://tallygame.com/tally-erp-9/accounting-voucher/payment-entry/payment-entry-in-tally-or-payment-voucher/
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Tolley's Tax Guide 2012 2013
BOOK REVIEW TOLLEY'S TAX GUIDE 2012-2013 By Claire Hayes, Ruth Newman Consultant Editor: Francesca Lagerberg Tolley LexisNexis Butterworths ISBN: 978 0 7545 4359 6 www.lexisnexis.com THE ESSENTIAL AND PREFERRED TAX GUIDE: NOW IN THE LATEST EDITON FOR 2012-13 WITH 2012-13 TAX RATES AND ALLOWANCES An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers We don't think "The Times" would be annoyed if we quoted their comment on Tolley's Tax Guide in its latest edition for 2012-2013. The book points out the cost of tax ignorance at about £170 per year on average, so Tolley's Tax Guide, "The Times" say, 'could solve the problem', adding that 'people with no financial experience can dip into the guide for clear answers to specific problems.' So, if you're an accountant, or lawyer specializing in tax advice, it would be unthinkable, therefore, not to acquire a copy of this, the 31st edition of Tolley's. And as this is the edition that was published soon after the passing of the Finance Act 2012 -- it's even more unthinkable not to have it to hand for reference, especially as all wise advisers, as well as investors, seek to minimize exposure to tax. Note that the provisions of the Finance Act 2012 are included, together with the HMRC's published guidance and other relevant sources of information. The changes that have taken place since last year's edition are summarized. The aim of the book, as indicated by the sub-title as well as the publishers' introduction, is to provide 'clear, concise guidance on all aspects of UK taxation.' True to its promise, the book delivers in handy hardback format, advice on day-to-day issues that confront advisers as well as personal and business taxpayers on matters of income tax (including self-assessment), capital gains tax, corporation tax, inheritance tax, VAT and stamp taxes. And if you need to know more about council tax, business rates, NI contributions and statutory sick pay, adoption and maternity and paternity pay, this book offers numerous examples of how the provisions of each work in practice. Also, check out the chapter on tax on investments, which covers the main forms of investment generally available, from building societies and banks, to stocks and ordinary shares in listed companies -- also dealt with in more detail in other chapters. How useful, when you may as well know the tax position of an investment before you invest. Note the caveat, however, that the advice therein 'is not intended to replace advice on the investments themselves, not is it offered as guidance on investment strategy', which obviously is available from other sources. In all, the book is distinguished by its practical approach and plain language, alerting you to any number of tax planning opportunities. Easy to navigate when you are in a hurry, it includes -- as well as the table of rates and allowances -- a useful list of abbreviations and a detailed index of over 50 pages at the back. 'The best book of its kind,' says taxationweb.co.uk of this latest Tolley's -- and we cannot help but agree.
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Create A Supplier (Enterprise)
http://accountz.co.uk/business-accountz So I am just going to click on this supplier records icon (Kav clicks on Supplier Record View) which is the woman icon on the main toolbar. This takes you to the supplier records component, this feature is only part of the Enterprise product. But if you have Basic or Professional you can still enter your suppliers in the supplier table (Kav clicks onto the supplier table icon in main toolbar). But for full supplier tracking this is only in the Enterprise product. (Kav clicks onto supplier record view) Here we can fill in all the information for the supplier on the left and on the right we have relevant tabs for contact information, delivery information, statement for how much we owe to supplier, purchases ever made from the supplier, transfers for payments made at a later date, direct payments are added directly into the purchases tab. Then we also have a tab here for purchase orders that you may have raised. (Kav clicks across tabs on left of screen) Ok so how do we create a new one (Kav clicks onto the left hand side of the screen) if you look at the bottom of the screen here we have a green plus button. Everywhere you see the green plus button is where you can add new things. So let's click on it and you can see that Accountz has blanked this one ready to create a new one. So I am just going to give it a name (Kav types Super Suppliers in the supplier name field) and we can enter their address and postcode. OK now we can fill in the rest of the information if we desire. We can give the supplier a special reference here at the bottom. You can enter their VAT number and if you generate a purchase order this information will be entered from here. The supplier view is very similar to the customer record view and this can be seen in the customer record video. Where we have this account From and account To here we can specify if we always do the same sorts of transactions with this supplier and it will automatically pick these accounts out when we use it. So (Kav clicks on the Account From field) we can specify that we spend From the current account and this supplier is for advertising then will not have to specify this information when we are making transactions. Ok so that covers the supplier records component.
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Social Structure, Tax Culture and the State: Tamil Nadu, India
Professor Barbara Harris-White presents a paper written with Amrita Jairaj. Professor Harris-White, ratifies ‘Tax’ as the compulsory collection of money (and occasionally goods or services) - is a prime source of revenue for the state, and a prime mover of public expenditure. In India, net revenue is 6% of GDP. The political process of taxation is thought to be a fine summary indicator of state legitimacy and governance capacity. However, while in OECD countries this notion is an open social fact and tax is a prominent aspect of electoral politics, elsewhere it disappears - along with scholarship on the subject. Harris-White seeks to go a small way to remedy this neglect. It also contributes to a small school of work in Oxford which is challenging the routine tendency to analyse the state without reference to society, and seeks to explore through field research the ways in which the organisation and practices of the state, the market and institutions of civil society are embedded in social structures of accumulation in which social identity can and usually does play important roles. Professor Barbara Harriss-White is the Director, Queen Elizabeth House, Oxford University's Department of International Development, Professor of Development Studies and Fellow of Wolfson College. Her disciplinary background is in Agricultural Science, Agricultural Economics, Development Economics, Economic Anthropology and Development Studies. She has examined structures and relations of identity as regulators of accumulation and class formation in India's non-state-regulated economy. This video was recorded in the Cairnes Graduate School of Business and Public Policy at the National University of Ireland, Galway during the "Growth and Crisis: Social Structure of Accumulation Theory and Analysis" held in Galway (Ireland) between the 2nd and 4th of November 2006. The academic committee of this conference was composed of Terrence McDonough at NUIG, Michael Reich at the University of California, Berkeley, and David Kotz at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst . Further details are available online on our official blog at http://ssagalway.blogspot.com/ SSA Galway Conference Chair: Terrence McDonough Academic Committee: David M. Kotz Academic Committee: Michael Reich Conference Organizing/ Videos: Maria-Alejandra Gonzalez-Perez
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Tolley's Property Taxation 2012-2013
BOOK REVIEW TOLLEY'S PROPERTY TAXATION 2012-13 6th Edition Consultant Editor: Patrick Cannon Tolley ISBN: 978 0 7545 4354 1 www.lexisnexis.co.uk AUTHORITATIVE ANSWERS TO ALL RELEVANT TAX CONCERNS IN ONE SINGLE VOLUME An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers If you're a practitioner, whether tax lawyer or accountant charged with offering best advice on tax planning pertaining to property, make sure you buy this year's edition -- the sixth -- of 'Tolley's Property Taxation'. It has been referred to as 'your essential reference book on property taxation in the UK' and so it is. Not only does it cover all relevant taxes, it shows how they interact. This in itself is a major benefit to the tax practitioner bearing in mind that, as consultant editor Patrick Cannon points out, property taxation is the most varied and challenging area of the UK tax system. Certainly the book's detailed table of contents reflects the sheer diversity of UK property taxation, with chapters on everything from investment versus dealing and real estate investment trusts, to agricultural land, woodlands, capital gains tax and VAT and a lot more besides. Finally, there are specialist chapters on Islamic funding structures and property planning in a recession. Patrick Cannon, by the way, who practices at Tax Chambers, Lincoln's Inn, is also the author of two other Tolley's publications and numerous others which can be viewed online. He leads a team here of 20 other leading tax specialist contributors, no less, all of whom have updated their own chapters for this edition. Indeed this new edition provides much new material -- crucial for keeping up to date -- including additional rules on capital allowance changes...changes to the Community Infrastructure Levy... changes in DOTAS and VAT...developments in SDLT -- Stamp Duty Land Tax -- and of course, much more. Within its more than 1,000 pages, the book more than fulfills its stated aim of being 'a comprehensive source of analysis and explanation of UK property taxation'. As you would also expect, there are ample tools for research, including extensive tables of statutes, statutory instruments and European legislation. The detailed index at the back facilitates navigation. Writing in the foreword, Liz Pearce, Chief Executive of the British Property Foundation, refers to this quite indispensable publication as 'the essential tax guide to all those who want to get the best out of their property transactions -- whatever the challenges faced including by the market!' The publication date for this authoritative and dependable volume is stated as at 2012.
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How To Make A Payment Voucher Entry In Tally
Learn to Make a Payment Voucher Entry in Tally, How to Make a Payment Voucher Entry In Tally, Make A Payment Voucher Entry, Making A Payment Voucher Entry, Payment Voucher Entry In Tally, Payment Voucher In Tally, Payment Vouchers In Tally, Payment Vouchers, How-to use Tally, Tally tutor, A to Z training in Tally, Larn Tally in easy steps, Learn Accounting Software in Easy Steps, Tally Trainer, Learn Tally Step by Step, Tally Teacher, A-One Tally Tutor, AOne Tally Tutor, Learning Tally, Tally A to Z Step by Step, Tally Tutorial in Hindi, Hindi Computer Tutor, First Tally Tutorial.
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Tiley and Collison's UK Tax Guide 2012-2013
BOOK REVIEW TILEY & COLLISON'S UK TAX GUIDE 2012-13 Edited by Keith M Gordon, Ximena Montes Manzano Tolley LexisNexis ISBN: 978 1 4057 7039 2 www.lexisnexis.co.uk ATTENTION TAX LAWYERS AND ACCOUNTANTS! TILEY & COLLISON'S UK TAX GUIDE IS NOW AVAILABLE IN THE LATEST EDITION FOR 2012-13 -- FROM TOLLEY An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers Recently published by LexisNexis, this new Tiley's is the indispensible reference for tax lawyers, or indeed anyone involved in tax planning. In one handy paperback volume of over 3,000 pages, it provides a one-stop reference to the principal taxes, including: income tax, capital gains tax, corporation tax, inheritance tax, stamp taxes, national insurance contributions and VAT. Not for nothing has it been referred to as 'the leading UK tax handbook' in British Tax Review. The year up to July 2012 when this edition was published occasioned a number of controversies over tax which certainly came to light rather prominently in the press and as ever, taxation policies were created against a political backdrop which resulted in an ongoing public debate on tax avoidance. The most memorable examples of controversial taxes, as the editor Keith Gordon points out, were 'pasty taxes, (some like 'em hot and if you do, you pay more, or was it less?)... then granny taxes, caravan taxes and so on. It could be said that these and other tax changes could have been presented to the media and therefore the public in a slightly more adroit fashion, thereby avoiding the predictable storm of press criticism. But what really is the difference between tax avoidance and tax evasion? Any number of clients ask this and the editors certainly provide an answer in for, example, the chapter on Avoidance -- Judicial Principles.' Tax avoidance is lawful; tax evasion is illegal. 'If a person marries in order to reduce his tax burden, he is practicing tax avoidance,' comments the editor. But if he lies that he is married and he is not, well that's evasion, a prosecutable offence. We mention all this to indicate that this year's edition of Tiley's contains much new material and is therefore an essential purchase for those advising professionally on matters of tax. Areas of special interest in this new edition include changes in the Finance Act 2012... plus new chapters on, for example, the high income child benefit charge... transfers of assets abroad... controlled foreign companies... investment schemes... taxation of overseas trusts... and more besides. Also, as you might expect, there is coverage of all important cases up to end August 2012. One of the many convenient aspects of the Guide is that it functions as a self contained text book and cross-refers to additional information in LexisNexis looseleaf publications. Other avenues for further research include extensive tables of cases and statutes and an index of over 50 pages at the back to aid navigation when you're under pressure. If you are a tax practitioner, this book is assuredly an indispensible resource.
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Chapter 9 - Using a Purchases Journal
This screen recording demonstrates the first of four special journals - the Purchases Journal.
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How to delete entries from Tally multiple?
http://exceltotallyerp.blogspot.in | http://www.exceltotally.in If you want to selected bulk / multiple entries in one shot from Tally, then it is possible with Tally.ERP9. *** For safe side PLEASE Take your Tally company backup / copy Tally data folder to other location to avoid mistakenly deletion of entries.*** Scenarios: • Delete selected entries only. • Delete all Daybook entries. • Delete Specific voucher modes entries from gateway of Tally: Dasplay-- Statements of Accounts -- Statistics DSS Steps to delete selected entries only : Example Delete selected Payment Entries: • Open Tally and Select Company • Go to Daybook Press D-- D. from GatWay of Tally • Enter Date Range to select entries • Press Space bar to select entry for delete • and press Alter+D Or Click on Delete button in Tally in Bottom left. ----------- Steps to delete all daybook entries: • Open Tally and Select Company • Go to Daybook Press D-- D. from GateWay of Tally • Enter Date Range to select entries • Press and HOLD Control Key PRESS Space bar to select all entries to delete • and press Alter+D Or Click on Delete button in Tally in Bottom left. http://exceltotallyerp.blogspot.in | http://www.exceltotally.in
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How to fill out an L-8 Labour Impact Net Worth Form?
416-962-2623 / 1-866-760-2623 http://immigroup.com/CanadianImmigration.aspx http://www.gov.pe.ca/forms/pdf/1825.pdf Q: How to fill out an L-8 Labour Impact Net Worth Form? A: When filling out an L-8 Labour Impact Net Worth Form for your Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program, you need to provide information on your business ownership, if applicable, and all of your assets and liabilities. You assets can include bank deposits, fixed term deposits, real property, publicly traded stocks and other investments, business you own and pension and other assets. Your liabilities may include real property mortgages and other personal debts. You should also calculate your net worth by subtracting your liabilities from your assets, and provide information on the funds that are available to you for the purposes of settlement in Canada. Re Quality and Feedback email [email protected] (Please reference Research and Development) Did you catch a mistake? Are you looking for answers we don't have? Email us and we'll make a video. Have any feedback to make this even better?
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PCS walkouts against HMRC privatisation
More than 20,000 tax officers are holding lightning walkouts against plans to bring in private companies to do their work. PCS members who work in call centres and enquiry offices across the UK stage a series of short strikes and are planning more for 31 January -- the deadline for self-assessment returns and a key date in HMRC's diary. The Coalition government has appointed two private companies, Sitel and Teleperformance, have been to run call handling trials at HMRC tax credit contact centres in Lillyhall in Cumbria and Bathgate in Scotland.
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Indirect Tax
Indirect taxes, predominantly Value Added Tax and excise duties, are now a common subject of civil litigation. Litigation of this kind often involves a department of Government such as Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs making allegations of fraud or dishonesty against legitimate businesses and their directors. The Commercial and Indirect Tax Fraud team at Bark & Co has an excellent reputation for successfully negotiating and litigating a wide range of disputes. We have a large team of specialist Areas of Expertise: The specialisations of the Commercial and Indirect Tax Fraud Team include: • VAT Fraud • MTIC Fraud • Carousel Fraud • Knowledge/Means of Knowledge Input Tax Denial • Invalid Invoice disputes • Assessments of VAT and/or Excise • Excise Diversion Fraud • Seizure of goods upon importation • Repayment Supplement Appeals (delayed authorisation of VAT returns) • Default Surcharge Appeals • Extended Verification of VAT returns • Freezing and Restraint Orders Our team retains litigation expertise in all the relevant forums, particularly in the VAT and Duties Tribunals and the High Court. Current cases include high profile MTIC and Carousel fraud allegations amounting to hundreds of millions of pounds that are set to test both UK and European legislation.
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ABUKAI + Xero Accounting
ABUKAI Expenses can directly link to Xero Accounting. Hit "process expense report" and ABUKAI auto-magically generates the expense claim for you directly in Xero -- without you ever having to type! Now just hit "submit" in Xero to receive your manager's approval. Download ABUKAI now from the Android Market, Apple App Store or BlackBerry App World and link ABUKAI to your Xero account through the ABUKAI User Portal. Are you tired of filling out expense claims and dealing with countless receipts? Simply take photos of your receipts while traveling or in the office with the ABUKAI Expenses mobile application. ABUKAI fills in the vendor, date, reference, receipt image, and total in the correct currency -- as well as many other details such as tax, expense category, description and any notes entered. Get started at http://abukai.com/?id=xero.
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