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This course aimed at all staff in a university to increase understanding of money laundering regulations, how to spot money laundering red flags in a university and what you should do.
This course will introduce you to the correct tax treatment of the different benefits common in the HE sector.
This short course looks specifically at the reporting of expenses and benefits in HE. It follows on from course 26: Expenses in HE and course 34: Benefits in HE, so you may find it helpful to review those first.
This course will introduce you to the correct tax treatment of the different expenses common in the HE sector.
The purpose of this course is to introduce you to the requirements to assess engagements with individuals and personal services companies, to determine how they should be treated for tax.
This introductory module will help improve your awareness of the risk of fraud in your institution, and what you can do to prevent it.
This course provides an overview of how university finances operate, as well as demystifying some of the more complex areas and concepts.
This course is designed to provide a more in-depth look at National Minimum Wage (NMW) issues and calculations. It also includes all the information included in the Introduction to National Minimum Wage in the H E Sector course.
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