Orange Genie News

Here are Helen Christopher's (our Operations Director) thoughts on what makes someone recommend a service:

I recently found myself in the position of needing to find a reliable and trustworthy builder to create an opening in a rather important structural wall of my home! I did what most of us would do in that situation and I asked my friends and colleagues if they could recommend anyone – I even used social media and posted the question to a wider unknown audience hoping to receive a multitude of replies.

 

Apparently there are over 1.82 billion social media network users worldwide, this number is expected to increase to approximately 2.33 billion by 2017*

Orange Genie Umbrella are pleased to announce they have renewed their membership with the FCSA. 

As you may have seen last week, Orange Genie Accountancy became members of the FCSA. We are also pleased to announce Orange Genie Umbrella are delighted that they have passed yet another vigorous review set by the association.

Fraudulent communications - keep your eyes peeled 

A newly formed company and client of Orange Genie Accountancy recently received a letter requesting a payment of £140 to enable their inclusion on the National Register of Companies. As a client of ours, and one where we had undertaken the formation, the letter began to ring alarm bells.

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) have pushed back the date penalties will be issued to small employers with automated pay-as-you-earn (PAYE) real-time information (RTI).

Companies with less than 50 employees will be exempt from RTI late filing penalties until March 2015. Initially, the date was set for April, 2014 however, was then delayed until October before being delayed again until March next year.

For employers who employ 50 or more staff will face penalties from 6th October 2014.

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