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Fall in Insolvency Service prosecutions

According to official figures, charges brought by the Insolvency Service against company Directors fell from 174 in the year to ...

Proceeds of Crime Act – 20 years on

The Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA), a pivotal piece of UK legislation enacted in 2002, has reached its 20-year milestone ...

A Crisp VAT Decision – When is a Poppadom not a Poppadom?

By Julian Borley, VAT Director at Milsted Langdon A recent VAT decision in respect of Walkers Sensation Poppadoms confirms two ...

Starting a business: the complete checklist  

The UK economy is built on SMEs and innovative entrepreneurs.   ...

Solicitor jailed for abuse of position

A Wiltshire solicitor has been jailed for 24 months after being found guilty of stealing tens of thousands of pounds ...

Investing in skills – Why SMEs should embrace apprenticeships

Alternative routes to employment are in the National Apprenticeship Week spotlight this week. Do you think apprenticeships are right for ...

Proceeds of Crime Act – 20 years on

The Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA), a pivotal piece of UK legislation enacted in 2002, has reached its 20-year milestone ...

A Crisp VAT Decision – When is a Poppadom not a Poppadom?

By Julian Borley, VAT Director at Milsted Langdon A recent VAT decision in respect of Walkers Sensation Poppadoms confirms two ...

Are you doing enough to prevent fraud?

By James Hardy, Forensic Analyst at Milsted Langdon According to government statistics, it is estimated that fraud was the most ...

R&D tax relief schemes to merge in 2024 – What it means for future claims

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt has announced a number of reforms to policies concerning businesses and innovation, in a bid to enhance ...

The dangers of relying on AI to meet tax obligations

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been making waves across a range of sectors since its inception, with the range of potential ...

Making Tax Digital for Income Tax – Government kills off confusing year-end statement

Designed to reduce the tax gap and simplify tax management for individuals and businesses, the Government’s Tax Administration Strategy is ...

Making a Bolt for it – Taxing Taxis (and perhaps Serviced Accommodation)

Outside of London many taxi firms treat themselves as agents introducing customers to independent vehicle hire providers. Many taxi drivers ...

Milsted Langdon welcomes experienced all-rounder to Yeovil office

Leading independent South West accountancy firm, Milsted Langdon, has brought Kirsty Rapo on board as Assistant Manager of its Yeovil ...

The dangers of relying on AI to meet tax obligations

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been making waves across a range of sectors since its inception, with the range of potential ...

Milsted Langdon earns the prestigious ESG Mark for its commitment to a sustainable future

Milsted Langdon, one of the South West’s leading independent accountancy, tax and business advisory firms, has recently received the prestigious ...

Milsted Langdon Forensic Director chairs influential national forensic accounting conference

Milsted Langdon’s Forensic Director, Helen Gregory, has hosted this year’s successful national conference as Chair of the Network of Independent ...

Chancellor’s Autumn Statement is a double-edged sword for SMEs, says Milsted Langdon

The South West-based accountancy firm Milsted Langdon warns that measures announced by Chancellor Jeremy Hunt in the Autumn Statement could ...

Fall in Insolvency Service prosecutions

According to official figures, charges brought by the Insolvency Service against company Directors fell from 174 in the year to ...
/ / The Forensic Blog

Proceeds of Crime Act – 20 years on

The Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA), a pivotal piece of UK legislation enacted in 2002, has reached its 20-year milestone ...

Starting a business: the complete checklist  

The UK economy is built on SMEs and innovative entrepreneurs.   ...
/ / Blog, SMEs, SMEs / Business

Solicitor jailed for abuse of position

A Wiltshire solicitor has been jailed for 24 months after being found guilty of stealing tens of thousands of pounds ...
/ / The Forensic Blog

Investing in skills – Why SMEs should embrace apprenticeships

Alternative routes to employment are in the National Apprenticeship Week spotlight this week. Do you think apprenticeships are right for ...
/ / Blog, SMEs, SMEs / Business

Assets frozen in PPE investigation

Assets worth around £75 million controlled by former Conservative peer Michelle Mone and her husband, Doug Barrowman, have been frozen ...
/ / The Forensic Blog