HMRC offers free resources to help business owners

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HMRC has a range of free resources to help members who are employers.

HMRC’s YouTube channel has a selection of short videos to help business owners pay the right amount of tax at the right time, covering a range of topics including:

For more information take a look at the e-learning product, ‘Becoming an employer’ – available at a time to suit you.

There’s also a selection of webinars to help employers. Click on the links below to save your place:

  • Employers – what’s new for 2018: This webinar will provide an overview of new and changed processes for the 2018-19 tax year. Book here
  • Payroll – annual reporting and tasks: This live interactive webinar is designed for Basic PAYE Tool users and covers end of year tasks, the P60 form, your last Full Payment Submission and preparing for the new tax year. Book here
  • PAYE employer filing obligations: A brand new webinar telling you when and how to send your Full Payment Submission (FPS) and Employer Payment Summary (EPS) – outlining the importance of filing reports to HMRC on time. Book here
  • Getting payroll information right: This webinar shows employers how to provide accurate information to HMRC and avoid common payroll mistakes. Book here
  • Recorded webinar: Employers – what’s new for 2018: If you are unable to attend the live event you can watch a recorded one here.

In addition, you can post your questions on HMRC’s Small Business Forum here and follow HMRC on Twitter @HMRCBusiness to be updated with the latest information available.

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Member News – April

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The April issue of FHT Member News is out today. Take a peek at what’s inside…

Member News features the latest therapy updates, job and training opportunities, as well as information about your membership.

In this month’s issue:

  • Acupuncture may be more effective than Ibuprofen for lumbar disk herniation
  • FHT’s Jane Long presents professional beauty award
  • Stroke association seeking volunteer therapists for London Marathon
  • And more!

Members, be sure to check your inbox this evening for your copy.

If you’re not a member and would like to receive our updates…

Find out more about joining the FHT – the largest professional association for therapists in the UK and Ireland. Visit fht.org.uk/join-us or call 023 8062 4350 today.

FHT Training Congress Speaker Highlight: Jane Duncan Rogers

Jane Duncan Rogers cropped.pngJane Duncan Rogers, award-winning coach and counsellor, founded Before I Go Solutions, a social enterprise that arose directly from her memoir, Gifted By Grief: A True Story of Cancer, Loss and Rebirth. She speaks internationally about the benefits of preparing well for a good end of life, and supports people to make full end of life plans through the products and programmes provided by Before I Go Solutions.

She is also teaching an FHT Hosted course, which you can book here.

Where to find Jane at the 2018 FHT Training Congress:

Five pointers to being with your terminally ill clients
Room 3, Monday 21 May, 2pm – 3pm

When facing end of life, how others behave around you is crucial, especially your therapist. In this talk, Jane introduces you to five essential things to consider with your client, in order to best support them, and facilitate as good an end of life as possible.

Book your FHT Training Congress tickets here

Remember to also register for free entry to the Holistic Health Show on their website here.

FHT 2018 Training Congress at Holistic Health

Online survey on loneliness open to British public

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The BBC and The University of Manchester are asking the British public to take part in a loneliness survey, so scientists can learn more about the experiences and attitudes towards social connections and belonging.

The study is expected to be the largest-ever survey on the subjective experiences of loneliness, and comes at a time when questions are being asked about links between loneliness and mental health, as well as the effect of increasing use of the internet.

Scientists at the University of Manchester hope that the findings will ‘increase understanding of people’s perceptions of loneliness and the way it is linked to health, internet use, and emotion processing across different ages and among different groups in society.’

The study will close on Thursday 12 April and the results will be announced and analysed on All in the Mind on BBC Radio 4 in September.

People can take part by visiting the thelonelinessexperiment.com, and share their experiences using the hashtag #LonelinessExperiment.

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