Poor quality accountants are like KGB sleepers, you may not know that you have got one until it’s too late.
Annual accounts – a milestone or a millstone?
Drafting the annual accounts while last year’s performance is still in everyone’s mind is easier than leaving it for several months and coming back to the task when the business has moved on.
Tax return – it’s never too soon to get yours filed
Your tax return is not going to go away, but a well-organised approach to getting it done and filed will make the whole process much easier and give you clarity over how much tax to pay and when.
No Deal Brexit – implications for Data Protection
If the UK leaves the EU without a deal where does that leave GDPR?
Data protection officer – someone has to be responsible!
Most organisations don’t need a Data Protection Officer. But that doesn’t mean the responsibilities of the role melt away.
GDPR accountability – you’re accountable, aren’t you?
GDPR rules are an ongoing responsibility and every organisation remains accountable for creating an appropriate GDPR environment.
Rights to access using Subject Access requests (SAR)
What happens when someone asks to know what data your organisation is holding about them? In this latest blog our GDPR expert, Karen heaton, looks at what to do if you receive a Subject Access Request.
GDPR – what to do if you have a data breach
What exactly constitutes a reportable data breach? Whose responsibility is it to report it?
GDPR – marketing in the age of consent
Understanding your data is the crux of data protection compliance. Without properly mapping out your data, you will struggle to be compliant with all aspects of data protection.
GDPR – data breach penalties
Employee training and data handling guidelines are ‘must haves’ for organisations processing personal and Special categories of data e.g. – Medical data/ child data.