18. 03. 2018 Posted in: Business News

Finding your way around new Liberty Accounts

You asked. We listened. Liberty Accounts will be releasing its new user interface at the end of the month. Here are a few pointers to help you find your way around. Simpler menus The menus will be more logically organised....

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08. 11. 2016 Posted in: Blog

Local Charity Day

In July 2016 Rob Wilson, the Minister for Civil Society, announced plans for a Local Charities Day, which would take place later this year to celebrate loc...

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30. 09. 2014 Posted in: Blog

National Minimum Wage Increase

The increase will take effect on Wednesday 1 October 2014 and, according to Government figures, more than 1 million people will see their pay rise by as much as £355 a year. The Low Pay Commission (LPC) has said the rise, the first real term...

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19. 06. 2014 Posted in: Blog

Automatic enrolment

The law on workplace pensions has now changed and every employer must comply with automatic enrolment. If employers fail to comply with their required duties enforcement action may be taken and issue a notice and/or a penalty. The Government,...

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20. 05. 2014 Posted in: Add-ins

Fixed Assets – Set-up

Liberty Accounts provides a fully integrated asset ledger with automatic depreciation of assets based on the rules you apply. This video shows the simple mechanism to record your assets and the associated supplier bill/payment.

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29. 04. 2014 Posted in: Blog

Making a final submission after 19 April 2014

The final date for sending Full Payment Submissions for 2013 to 2014 has now passed. Employers who still need to send PAYE information for 2013 to 2014 that they would normally have reported on a Full Payment Submission (FPS) must now report ...

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06. 01. 2013 Posted in: Uncategorized

Is the payroll Inland Revenue accredited?

Is the payroll Inland Revenue accredited?

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