Emily Haines (Bury St Edmunds)

Emily started working at our Bury St Edmunds office in September 2015 after completing her A Levels. Since joining the firm, she has completed her AAT and ACCA qualifications and received a Global Prize winner award for receiving the highest mark worldwide in her Advanced Taxation exam. Emily has experience across various departments including Accounts, Tax and Payroll, working with incorporated and unincorporated (sole traders and partnerships) clients. Emily gets involved in the organisation of many charity and social events across the Suffolk offices. Outside of work, Emily is often spending her time planning her next holiday! Where to next?
 
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Emily Haines
25th November 2020 ‘Tis the season to be Zooming

It seems that HMRC have heard about our disappointment with Christmas parties being cancelled this year…   The Employment Income Manual EIM21690 has been updated to incorporate the news that virtual events can be included when considering the £150 per person benefit in kind exemption for annual functions.   The event should be an annual…

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16th November 2020 The Christmas party is cancelled?!

With many Christmas parties being cancelled due to the Coronavirus pandemic you may be wondering how you can say ‘Merry Christmas’ to your staff this year.   Did you know there are no tax implications on gifts classed as a  ‘trivial benefit’ where all of the following conditions are met: it cost £50 or less…

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20th April 2020 Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme – HMRC Online Portal

Earlier this week, HMRC reached out to their ‘customers’ to inform them about the information which will be required for the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme online portal, due to be open from 20th April 2020.   The online portal will allow employers to submit information to HM Revenue & Customs about furloughed workers in order…

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29th January 2020 2020 Vision

  The Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) recently published an article focusing on the accounting trends and changes that will shape 2020 (with content from Xero).   BREXIT – What will the significant changes be that will affect your business and your cashflow? Will your business have to look further into the future with management…

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21st March 2018 Understanding Payments on Account

  Payments on Account (POA) tend to cause confusion for individuals submitting a Self Assessment Tax Return and may result in cash flow issues for some taxpayers. POA are payments which HMRC require in advance for the current tax year, based on the liability in the previous year. You will have to make POA if…

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15th March 2018 Payroll Year End

With 5 April fast approaching, you must ensure that you send your final Full Payment Submission (FPS) on or before your employee’s final pay day within the tax year, ensuring that you tick to confirm that this is the final submission for the year on your payroll software. If you forget to tick this box,…

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