Tax Investigation Webcast

Ray Stewart Business, General, Tax Matters, VAT, Videos 0 Comments

I am pleased to report that my very first webcast has finally been uploaded to the blog.  I apologize in advance for the amateur production of the webcast but I am sure the quality will improve with future webcasts as I get used to operating all the bits and pieces that go together to make the finished product.

The webcast in entitled “4 Ways To Defend Yourself Against An In-Depth Tax Investigation” and you can automatically start the webcast by clicking on this link.  You will then need to use your browser back button to get back to the main blog.

It is mainly aimed at small businesses who haven’t yet encountered the tender attentions of Revenue & Customs Officials and tries to make sure that those people know how their business affairs need to be presented to minimize the impact of an investigation.

I hope you find it interesting and I look forward to hearing comments about it – yes, both good and bad – so that future webcasts can give out the type of information people find useful – but don’t know where to go to find it.

~Ray

Ray Stewart
I am a qualified Certified Practising Accountant having passed my final exams way back in 1981. I actually can’t believe that was 33 years ago!! Anyway, I am now in my 50’s and I have been running my own business since May 1983. And before you ask, no, I have never regretted a moment of it! Part of the membership requirements of my professional body now dictate that I spend quite a lot of time on “CPD” - continuing professional education (one of their better ideas) - and over the last two years I decided to study business growth and marketing. I have learnt such a lot and that knowledge has radically changed my old “accountants” approach to business. It has made such a difference to the way I work and operate I feel that I just have to pass on this knowledge. It is simply too powerful to hold back!! - but I will try and do it in simple terms rather than expecting you to spend hours, as I had to, working through the difficult language that trainers seem to use to pass on their concepts. I hope you find the blog a useful resource and interesting place to visit as the months pass. I will do my best to keep up the flow - but if there are any topics you would like me to cover, then please let me know. Ray Stewart
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