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Entrepreneurs Panel

Brian Hay
Jennie Johnson
Michael Oliver
David Pollock
Steve Purdham
Tony Caldeira
Laura Tenison
Debbie Pierce
Julie Meyer
Richard O'Sullivan
Charlie Mullins
Jeremy Roberts

Get real

HM Revenue and Customs’ proposed introduction of “real time” information into the PAYE system could prove problematic for businesses.

The overhaul of the PAYE system, which will require employers to submit employee information on each occasion an individual is paid is being presented by HMRC as a positive move, because it will reduce the likelihood of PAYE-generated tax code errors. These errors have often arisen because extra sources of employee income have only come to light after the Annual Employer Return has been completed, resulting in the allocation of an incorrect tax code.

However, the process will be time consuming and disruptive for small and mediumsized business, accountants say.

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Five Minutes With

Reputation is everything when it comes to running a successful business, according to Sacha Lord-Marchionne and Sam Kandel, founders of the Warehouse Project (WHP), a series of club nights featuring DJs from all over the world, which was launched back in 2006.

After travelling the world in a corporate role, Mike Wheeler decided that he had had enough of living out of a suitcase and so got a job running a small family business.