Client In The Spotlight- Tier 1- Parliamentary Review

Tier 1 have been a client of summ.it for over 12 years and it has been wonderful to see them achieving many amazing things in this time.   Tier 1 are an Asset Management company who specialise in the secure and ethical disposal of end of lifecycle IT equipment, offering a high level, totally managed […]

13/10/2017
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Celebrating 10 Years Service

What makes people stay with a company? At summ.it we believe employers offering support and engagement to their employees is the key to keeping someone motivated and happy within their position. To prove this works we can happily say we have many team members who have reached their 10-year mark with summ.it. At summ.it we […]

01/10/2017
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September summ.it Social

You will very rarely see the whole summ.it team sat together in one room, this is because most of us work on client’s premises and also at home. This is why we think it is extremely important we set aside time to meet as a team once in a while, have a big team meeting […]

29/09/2017
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Rough Runner

  The summ.it team are always looking for ways to help raise money for our chosen charity ‘Wipe Your Tears’. Over the last few years we have raised funds through competing in IronMan UK and The ‘Mighty Deerstalker’, donated a share of summ.it profits, supplied toys at Christmas and aimed to spread the word about […]

08/09/2017
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Making Tax Digital

  HMRC has announced that by 2020 the Making Tax Digital initiative will be in place meaning it will be easier for individuals and businesses to ensure their tax is correct and access their own tax affairs online via digital accounts.   At the moment, it is estimated that £8 billion a year in tax […]

06/09/2017
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Employment Tribunal Fees Ruled As Unlawful

  What does this mean?   The government introduced Employment Tribunal fees in 2013 under the idea that the fees will reduce the number of malicious and weak cases and also reduce costs for tax payers. The introduction of the fees meant some people could not afford to take their case to a tribunal, therefore […]

05/09/2017
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