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Savers taking billions from pension pots

According to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), savers in the UK withdrew a record £2.3 billion from their pension pots ...
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Practice sale values begin to drop despite valuation rises.

The latest Practice Goodwill survey figures from the National Association of Specialist Dental Accountants and Lawyers (NASDAL) have shown that ...
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Dentists fear tax catastrophe

Large dental businesses fear a “catastrophe” if a tax investigation into thousands of their staff determines that dentists who claim ...
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A quarter of UK SME bosses take just five days’ holiday per year

According to research from Hitachi Capital Business Finance, almost a quarter of small business owners in the UK (24 per ...
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Tax compliance biggest cost for UK firms

Research by the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has found that the vast majority of businesses in the UK believe ...
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Extreme weather conditions lead to long-term fears for food production

There’s no doubt that the agricultural industry has been affected by the recent extreme weather conditions in the UK, with ...
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Ex-PM warns the wrong Brexit deal could hit manufacturers hard

Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown has warned that a hard Brexit could imperil Britain’s manufacturing industry ...
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Farmers will need “time and clarity” post-Brexit

The House of Lords’ EU energy and environment sub-committee has warned that farmers will need “time and clarity” from the ...
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An Introduction to Mark Wilson

40 years ago this year (2017) I stepped through the doors of a long established firm of Chartered Accountants based ...
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Brexit is “top challenge” for schools, says industry expert

Exam board Pearson has warned that Brexit will pose a major challenge for schools in coming years, with costs, recruitment ...
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An Introduction to Mark Wilson

40 years ago this year (2017) I stepped through the doors of a long established firm of Chartered Accountants based ...
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State pension age still not revealed

The Government has failed to meet its 7 May deadline to review the state pension age, which had been enshrined ...
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What The Budget Will Mean To Business And The Economy

The Chancellor’s Budget has been seen as a mixed bag of measures aimed at boosting the economy and helping small ...
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Britain Open for Business

As the Chancellor, George Osborne prepared to make his budget announcement earlier this week (March 20th), there were various rumours ...
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Budgeting For The Budget

Just as the Chancellor has to prepare and put forward a budget in order to give the country framework for ...
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Finding The Fiddle

As two former Crown Prosecution Service employees are convicted of making more than £1m worth of bogus claims for taxi ...
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/ / Blog, The Forensic Blog

Recovery In Sight

Sterling has perked up after an announcement by Governor of the Bank of England Sir Mervyn King that recovery for ...
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/ / Blog, Economy

Guernsey Tax Agreement

This week, it has been revealed that British citizens using bank accounts and trusts in Guernsey will now have to ...
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