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BKN Weekly Bulletin - Friday 24th June 2011 (Issue 4)


Welcome to the BKN Weekly Bulletin, designed to keep members informed of the latest BKN site updates, just to ensure you don't miss anything new!


This weeks updates:

New Money Laundering Resources for BKN Members (Posted Friday 24th June 2011) - New resources include KYC forms, setting up permanent client files, tipping off, client identification and much more. http://tiny.cc/3dx70 
 
- Tax Efficient Profit Extraction Methods For Your Clients (Posted Thursday 24th June 2011) http://tiny.cc/vqktl

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How to Calculate Tax on Redundancy Payments (Posted Thursday 24th June 2011) http://tiny.cc/kytk2

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Accept Credit and Debit Card Payments from Your Clients - BKN members using Accept Cards will benefit immediately from lower rates and set up fees than those charged by the banks directly, with savings typically in excess of 40%.  Just one of the wide variety of benefits which comes from BKN Full membership, which costs just £24 per year. http://www.book-keepers.net/join-us  


Speak to you next week.

Kind regards,

Steve

Steven.D.Hillman 
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Another good edition of the Bulletin Steve.

Many thanks espechially for the MLR forms and advice.

If it's not a bit cheeky, a couple of additional forms for this section that might prove helpful would be a Money Laundering Internal Report form and an MLRO report log.

kind regards,

Shaun.

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Hi Shaun

Thank's for the feedback and suggestions - much appreciated.

With regards to a money laundering internal report, I'm pleased to advise that we've just uploaded an example 'Suspicious Activity Report' (SAR) into the members-only area of the BKN site.

The SAR form can be used by book-keepers and accountants (or their employees) to report a suspicion of money laundering to the firms designated Money Laundering Officer (MLRO).

Hopefully this form will be of use to BKN members.

Speak soon.

Kind regards,

Steve

Steven.D.Hillman 
BKN Managing Director

www.book-keepers.org.uk / www.book-keepers.net

 



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Good article on profit extraction, thanks.

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Interesting information about accepting credit cards. I don't currently offer my clients this but I can see the benefit.



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