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written by Editor, 28 April 2016

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Ways to Break into New Markets

written by Editor, 22 April 2016

Guest blog by, Lauren Coates, Inside Sales Representative

New markets

Knowing your audience is one of the first key steps to creating a marketing strategy for your business. Once you have successfully made your mark on that audience it can then be tempting to start looking for new areas to penetrate. Expanding your target market is key to continuous growth but it must be done wisely.

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Better Productivity for Your Practice – Part 3: Our research

written by Editor, 19 April 2016

Guest blog by, Ian Cooper, Digita Product Manager

Better Productivity

Ian Cooper’s 3 part blog piece will uncover ways in which accountants in practice can boost their efficiency through technology advances. Ian will also address the barriers to productivity which practices may face and finally in the 3rd blog he will showcase the recent survey results carried out by Thomson Reuters Digita.

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How Can Your Practice Connect with Millennials in the Accountancy Profession?

written by Editor, 14 April 2016

Guest blog by, Chris Taylor, Digita Marketing Assistant

connect with millennials

In recent years the millennial generation has become more prevalent in the UK labor market. The number of millennialls in the UK is currently estimated to be 13.8 million with this figure rising on a daily basis. These figures are reflected on a global scale with some industry experts predicting that millennials will make up 75% of the labor market by 2025.

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Better Productivity for Your Practice – Part 2 : Barriers to productivity

written by Editor, 12 April 2016

Guest blog by, Ian Cooper, Digita Product Manager

Better Productivity

Ian Cooper’s 3 part blog piece will uncover ways in which accountants in practice can boost their efficiency through technology advances. Ian will also address the barriers to better productivity which practices may face and finally in the 3rd blog he will showcase the recent survey results carried out by Thomson Reuters.

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Better Productivity for Your Practice – Part 1: Five ways accountants are using technology to boost productivity

written by Editor, 7 April 2016

Guest blog by, Ian Cooper, Digita Business Development Manager

Productivity

Ian Cooper’s 3 part blog piece will uncover ways in which accountants in practice can boost their efficiency through technology advances. Ian will also address the barriers to productivity which practices may face and finally in the 3rd blog he will showcase the recent survey results carried out by Thomson Reuters.

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Marriage Allowance benefit

written by Digita Support, 5 April 2016

By Gemma Pettit, Tax Support Specialist.

Transfer of Personal Allowance

When the government introduced the Marriage Allowance on 6 April 2015, they estimated that four million people would be eligible to claim it. However, as of February 2016, figures released suggested that only 8% of eligible couples had applied to transfer 10% of their Personal Allowance to their Spouse or Civil Partner.
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Using Corporation Tax to track filing and payment deadlines effectively

written by Digita Support, 5 April 2016

By Lisa Gunn, Tax Support Specialist.

In many ways corporation tax can seem easier than personal tax, but the one area where this definitely doesn’t hold true is filing and payment deadlines.
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From April 6th corporate transparency will become a reality

written by Editor, 4 April 2016

Guest blog by, Ian Manson, Digita Product Manager

Corporate transparency

On 6th April, a commitment to corporate transparency made at the June 2013 G8 summit will become a reality.

The summit was hosted by the United Kingdom at Lough Erne, Northern Ireland and presided over by David Cameron. Its themes were tax evasion and transparency.

One of the commitments, made in David Cameron’s Summit Declaration, was that “Companies should know who really owns them and tax collectors and law enforcers should be able to obtain this information easily.”

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