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Forensic accounting methods hitting the best-seller lists

The world of forensic accountancy may seem mysterious to the layperson but if anyone has read The Thursday Murder Club ...
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Year-End Tax Planning – why it’s vital to be prepared

The clock is ticking towards the end of the tax year on 5 April 2021 and it is important that ...
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Charity shop income falls but outperforms commercial high street, study reveals

Charity shop income fell sharply in the final quarter of 2020, but performed “relatively well” compared to the rest of ...
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£2,000 grants for Brexit-related training or professional advice announced

The Government has announced the launch of a £20 million SME Brexit Support Fund, intended to help SMEs with the ...
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Get ready for changes to VAT return submissions from April

Last year it was announced that there will be changes to how VAT returns are submitted for those under the ...
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Large and medium-sized businesses need to be ready for IR35

Large and medium-sized businesses now just have a couple of weeks left to prepare for the changes to the off-payroll ...
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£2,000 grants for Brexit-related training or professional advice announced

The Government has announced the launch of a £20 million SME Brexit Support Fund, intended to help SMEs with the ...
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Get ready for changes to VAT return submissions from April

Last year it was announced that there will be changes to how VAT returns are submitted for those under the ...
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Large and medium-sized businesses need to be ready for IR35

Large and medium-sized businesses now just have a couple of weeks left to prepare for the changes to the off-payroll ...
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The VAT Reverse Charge for Construction – Potential problems and how to avoid them

It will be important for businesses to understand the Reverse Charge when it comes into effect from 1 March 2021 ...
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Is Corporation Tax set to rise in the Spring Budget?

By Rob Chedzoy, Tax Partner at Milsted Langdon As the Chancellor Rishi Sunak prepares to deliver his latest Budget on ...
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VAT: Some Kind of Compensation?

Revenue and Customs Brief 12 (2020) (RCB 12 (2020)), which was updated on 25 January 2021, brings mixed news. It sets out ...
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Milsted Langdon looks to the next generation with local trainee recruitment campaign

One of the South West’s leading firms of accountants Milsted Langdon is launching a new trainee recruitment campaign as it ...
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Is Corporation Tax set to rise in the Spring Budget?

By Rob Chedzoy, Tax Partner  As the Chancellor Rishi Sunak prepares to deliver his latest Budget on 3 March 2021, ...
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Businesses must seek immediate help if they fear insolvency, says Milsted Langdon

Recently released research from the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has indicated that as many as 250,000 small businesses could ...
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Milsted Langdon advises Waste Source on sale to Reconomy UK Limited

Milsted Langdon has advised on the sale of Bristol-based waste brokers, Waste Source, to national market-leader Reconomy UK Limited. Waste ...
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Milsted Langdon celebrates the success of winners at Somerset Education Business Partnership Awards

Leading South West accountancy firm, Milsted Langdon, has congratulated the winners of this year’s Somerset Education Business Partnership Awards. The ...
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Expansion of furlough and self-employment schemes is welcome but loss of Job Retention Bonus is a “sting in the tail”, say accountants

South West-based accountancy firm, Milsted Langdon, has welcomed the Chancellor’s decision to expand the furlough and self-employment schemes, but has ...
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Year-End Tax Planning – why it’s vital to be prepared

The clock is ticking towards the end of the tax year on 5 April 2021 and it is important that ...
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Category: Blog, HMRC, Tax

Charity shop income falls but outperforms commercial high street, study reveals

Charity shop income fell sharply in the final quarter of 2020, but performed “relatively well” compared to the rest of ...
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Category: Blog, Charities, Covid-19

The SME Brexit Support Fund: how do I apply and how much could I get?

The SME Brexit Support Fund will open to applications imminently. To help your business secure vital support, here’s everything you ...
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Category: Blog, Brexit

What you need to know about the end of the Northern Ireland grace period

It was revealed that the European Commission is unlikely to accept the Government’s proposition of a two-year extension to the ...
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Category: Brexit

Charity mergers could help sector “build back better” after pandemic

Charity mergers could help the not-for-profit sector recover from the Covid-19 pandemic, a major study has revealed ...
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Category: Blog, Charities

Pub industry calls for reopening of the sector as sales halve

Prominent figures within the beer and pub industry are calling upon the Government to reopen pubs with non-essential shops when ...
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Category: Blog, Covid-19, Economy, SMEs, SMEs / Business