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Private Client Tax
International
Sarah Robert

If you are thinking of moving overseas or are being seconded abroad your tax position should be one of the first things to consider.

Read more Tax liabilities when working overseas

SMEs - Acquisition for growth

Thursday 30 May 2019

Corporate Finance
Brad McAvoy

An SME often gets to a stage in its lifecycle where growth aspirations need a step change from an acquisition in order to realise the full potential for its owners.

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Chinese investment in the UK has been on the rise for some time with many companies thriving. But how successful are overseas businesses in the UK and which sectors are growing the...

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Audit and Artificial Intelligence

Wednesday 17 April 2019

Audit and Assurance
Alex Peal

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been around for some time and is becoming more advanced with every passing year.

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VAT and Customs Duty Services
Meera Rajah

HMRC has recently delayed the introduction of Making Tax Digital (MTD) for some businesses by six months, from 1 April 2019 to 1 October 2019.

Read more Making Tax Digital for VAT - Are you compliant?
VAT and Customs Duty Services
Meera Rajah

With Brexit around the corner there are many changes occurring across the board, including with VAT.

Read more New VAT and Customs Duty Developments in Brexit

Cash gifts for Inheritance Tax

Friday 8 February 2019

Private Client Tax
Ian Miles

Inheritance tax can be quite complex and difficult to navigate, with a variety of rules to adhere to. In this article we explore these rules in terms of cash gifts and break down t...

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Audit and Assurance
Alan Poole

You may have been reading, or perhaps ignoring, articles about IFRS 15 and IFRS 16 for several years now – these new standards have been a long time coming – but for those companie...

Read more Big changes in International Accounting Standards – act now!

SMEs: preparing for a sale

Tuesday 27 November 2018

Corporate Finance
Brad McAvoy

SME business owners often fail to maximise the proceeds from the sale of their business because of limited or rushed preparation. After spending years building up a successful busi...

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Will Entrepreneurs’ Relief be scrapped?

Wednesday 10 October 2018

Business Tax
Louise Wickens

The media recently reported a call for Entrepreneurs’ Relief to be scrapped. It is not the first time that such views have been voiced but the question is, will the government deci...

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Are you ready for Making Tax Digital?

Tuesday 4 September 2018

Business Tax
Meera Rajah

MTD for VAT begins on 1 April 2019 and requires VAT registered businesses, with taxable turnover above the VAT registration threshold of £85,000, to keep records in digital form an...

Read more Are you ready for Making Tax Digital?
Business Tax
Film and Entertainment

The 2017-18 period boasts a record amount of successful claims for Film Tax Credits, totalling an impressive £850m

Read more Film Tax relief claims hit record levels

Audit: what else is out there?

Monday 6 August 2018

Audit and Assurance
Professional Services
Alex Peal

For many years most companies were required to have their financial statements audited. The price of limited liability was that the accounts would need to be audited and be placed ...

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Zero based budgeting

Tuesday 17 July 2018

Business Direction
Owner-Managed Business
Mike Farwell

Most businesses, of any size, go through an annual budgeting exercise, but there are differing approaches to how this is done.

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Business Tax
Professional Services
Sarah Robert

If so, they could benefit from temporary workplace relief.

Read more Do you have employees coming to the UK on temporary assignment?

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