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Micro-entity in the UK? – Find your way through the meandering streets of tax compliance

    If you run a micro-entity, it is imperative that you are aware of the legislation regarding your tax filing procedures. A micro-entity must comply every year to Companies House else there could be serious consequences. The registrar might … Continue reading

Can I use CATO?

    With the advent of digital technology for quite a while now, it has become desirable for banks, financial institutions, corporates or even individuals to upload files and returns online, in keeping with secured transactions and compliance. This saves … Continue reading

Micro Entities – HMRC tax definitions and CATO

    The Company Accounts and Tax Online , abbreviated as CATO, a  project that had commenced to digitise and simplify Corporation Tax filing for small businesses known as ‘Micro-Entities’ who met a desired set of pre-requisites and conditions . … Continue reading

Is your company Dormant? – A brief on what to do next

  Are you wondering if you are still liable to pay taxes to the government despite your company being dormant? That’s a fair predicament! As you well know, in the UK, HMRC (HM Revenue and Customs or HMRC), a non-ministerial department … Continue reading

What are the circumstances that could trigger a tax return for Charities?

HMRC encourages contributions to charities to help society. People feel good about giving to charities. Tax breaks to charities bring a smile on their face. If your organisation is recognised as a charity for UK tax purposes, this doesn’t mean … Continue reading

Do Dormant Companies have to file tax returns?

This guide explains the dormant company reporting and company tax return filing requirements and avoid penalties. What is a dormant company? A dormant company is one that doesn’t trade or has no significant accounting transactions during the financial year. Any … Continue reading

Impact of changes in financial reporting for small and micro entities accounting standards

The FRC (Financial Reporting Council) promotes high-quality corporate governance and set the standards for accounting, auditing, and actuarial work in the UK. The quality of corporate reporting and auditing are regularly monitored by FRC. Recently, FRC published a number of … Continue reading

ESMA Initiates Inline XBRL Testing

Issuers listed on stock markets in the EU are governed by the European Transparency Directive. This directive requires such listed companies to prepare and submit financial reports in a European Single Electronic Format (ESEF). European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) … Continue reading

DataTracks Customer Satisfaction Survey: Delivering business benefits for our clients

DataTracks latest customer satisfaction survey demonstrates high level of customer satisfaction and tangible business benefits delivered seamlessly to its clients. The survey was designed to judge 5 parameters, namely Timeliness of Output Response Time to complaints Complaint Resolution Process Value … Continue reading



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