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UK tech start-ups at record high

New research has found that the number of new technology businesses, including software development firms, that launched in the UK ...
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Digital accounting could save businesses days of admin

According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), the UK’s productivity gap, meaning the difference between output per hour worked ...
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Quarterly digital reporting to HM Revenue & Customs opens to self-employed individuals

Since March this year, self-employed individuals have had the option of reporting their income digitally to HM Revenue & Customs ...
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Are you one of the 90 per cent of businesses that are unprepared for GDPR?

With less than 60 days left until the deadline for compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), more than ...
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P2P lending awareness grows amongst SMEs

The latest SME Finance Monitor, prepared by insight agency BDRC, has revealed a growing awareness of peer-to-peer (P2P) lending options ...
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The dawn of crypto-currency in divorce

By Roger Isaacs, Forensic Accountancy Partner at Milsted Langdon Recent reports suggest crypto-currency, such as Bitcoin, are a feature of ...
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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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Team Focus: Rachel Bailey, Yeovil office

Rachel Bailey, 21, left the family’s dairy farm to embrace a 9-5 life, but despite some office comforts, the young ...
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No VAT changes for charities any time soon, says Treasury Minister

The Treasury Minister Jane Ellison has told charities not to expect VAT changes any time soon, following criticism that tax ...
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Self-employed face multiple tax returns

There are concerns that plans to force millions of self-employed people to file multiple tax returns each year will be ...
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Forensic Accounting – Following The Illicit Money Trail

Widespread use of the Internet has made it easier than ever to steal or divert financial data and there has ...
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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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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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