HMRC Streamlining Consultation Launched

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has launched plans to help small businesses settle their tax affairs more quickly and simply. Their new publication, "Delivering a new relationship with business", details a package of reforms designed to transform its relationship with business, including measures to allow businesses to settle their tax affairs soone... read more


Many Happy Returns of the Season

270 self assessment tax returns were filed online last Christmas Day While many of us spent last Christmas Day relaxing in front of the TV, with a box of chocolates and a new pair of socks, 270 people were using the time to file their self assessment returns online. Amazingly, over that four-day holiday period, more than 6,000 tax returns were f... read more


2012 Olympics - Live Event Business Opportunity

The London 2012 Organising Committee is seeking to recruit a Live Events Company to design the creative event concept and deliver event activity to launch the brand identity for the London 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games. This activity will be the first major live event since the London 2012 Organising Committee was formed in July 2005 a... read more


New SIA Chair Announced

The Home Secretary John Reid recently announced the appointment of Baroness Ruth Henig as Chair of the Security Industry Authority (SIA). Home Office Minister with responsibility for the SIA, Vernon Coaker, said: "I am pleased to announce the appointment of Baroness Henig as the new Chair of the Security Industry Authority. I am confident that s... read more


You stand, we deliver

It's that time of year again; we’re inviting PSA members to stand for council and help us continue the growth that we have experienced over the past year. If you want to apply, you just need to email gm@psa.org.uk and we’ll send you the form. read more


No more radio mics? Surely not

One issue that has forced its way to the top of many agendas and caused more than a little panic is Ofcom’s soon-to-be-announced re-ordering of the current analogue TV frequency spectrum; the reason for the panic is that it’s the same part of the spectrum that we use as secondary users for our ever-growing stocks of wireless microphones, in-... read more