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Enquiry into status of VAT after Brexit

The transition period for the UK leaving the EU should be 31 December 2020.  Once this period is over the ...
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‘Merger mania’ taking UK by storm

The total value of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity involving UK-listed companies has topped £70 billion in the wake of ...
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BDA issues advice over HMRC letter to associate dentists

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has been sending letters out to associate dentists notifying them of its intention to review ...
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Charities encouraged to raise awareness of Gift Aid

A charity body will launch a ‘Gift Aid Awareness Day’ following a report showing that millions of pounds of potential ...
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87 academies asked to justify executive pay

Around 87 academy trusts have been asked to justify chief executive pay, according to a new report in industry publication ...
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“Utter folly” could bring about bankruptcy

An airline pilot who refused to pay his ex-wife maintenance or child support for 16 years because he did not ...
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Public increasingly satisfied with NHS dentistry

The British Dental Association (BDA) has hailed research which suggests that public satisfaction in dentistry has hit its highest level ...
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Peer remains concerned about MTD proposals

The chair of the House of Lords’ Economic Affairs Committee has admitted that peers are puzzled by the Government’s cost ...
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Female entrepreneurs helped by Start Up loans

More than 17,000 female entrepreneurs have received over £100m from the Government-backed Start Up Loans company since the programme launched ...
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Businesses at risk

According to insolvency and restructuring body, R3, the tourism industry in the West Midlands is in danger, with 30 per ...
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Education cuts “threatening to damage standards”, say MPs

MPs have warned The Government that planned school funding cuts are “threatening to damage standards” and put children’s academic progress ...
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Aerospace production appears to be in rude health

The UK’s manufacturers have received a welcome boost on the back of a very successful month for the international aerospace ...
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What You Can Measure, You Can Manage

Every business needs to take its profitability ‘temperature’ on a regular basis and the easiest and most effective way of ...
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Category: Blog, Business Technology

Forensic Accounting Catches The Catchers

Illegal fish catchers have been brought to book through the testimony of expert forensic accountancy witnesses, in a scam known ...
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Category: Blog, The Forensic Blog

Forensic Accounting In Divorce Proceedings

Many people believe that forensic accountancy is all about fraud but, in fact, one of its most frequent applications is ...
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Category: Blog, The Forensic Blog

Taxman Ramps Up Investigations In Face Of Business VAT Challenges

The taxman has stepped up VAT investigations in response to businesses looking at ways to limit their VAT liabilities, with ...
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Management Accountants And Neuroscience

A pilot study published earlier this year by researchers from the Universities of Rotterdam, Amsterdam, Ljubljana and Venice has examined ...
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Category: Blog, Business Technology

Tax And Technology For Farmers

As farming becomes increasingly reliant on technology, many farmers are now using apps and specialist software to store financial data, ...
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Category: Blog