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New Malaysian government to investigate suspicious money trail

The Malaysian government is to investigate a £1.6 billion deal to transfer the ownership of Battersea Power Station between Malaysian ...
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It’s not just big businesses which struggle with pension deficits

Pension deficits among the largest charities are worth “over a fifth” of their unrestricted reserves on average, a new study ...
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This week in academy news: call to arms for volunteers and a crackdown on related party transactions

The Education Secretary Damian Hinds has called on British businesses to encourage their employees to “lend their expertise and commitment” ...
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Pensions revolution

The latest figures from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) show that the number of people saving into a ...
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Lowering the VAT threshold would discourage small businesses

The Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed (IPSE) has warned that lowering the VAT registration threshold (currently £85,000) “would ...
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Average spend on oral health almost £200 per year

Adults across Britain, on average, are spending £196 on oral healthcare products per year. That is according to the findings ...
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Milsted Langdon declared finalists at Bath Life Business Awards

 Staff and partners at Milsted Langdon are thrilled after being named finalists at the Bath Life Awards 2017. The firm ...
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Dentists could be badly bitten by MTD

Dentists have been warned that they could face more challenges than the average business when the Government brings in Making ...
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Self-employed changing the labour market landscape

The latest figures from the Office for National Statistics show that the number of people describing themselves as self-employed in ...
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UK pension freedoms to be extended to expats with QROPS

British citizens living abroad or about to move offshore will soon be able to take advantage of the extended pension ...
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Treasury coffers boosted by around £400m following HMRC crackdown

The Treasury’s coffers were boosted by nearly £400m in 2016, following a crackdown by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) on ...
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Stamp Duty Land Tax receipts hit record levels

Figures released by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) last month revealed a record Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) take of ...
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HMRC Urged to Rethink Cash Accounting Plans

HMRC have been urged by the Chartered Institute of Taxation to go back to the drawing board in relation to ...
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Pensioners Could Boost Income

Following a recent survey, it has been revealed that the majority of pensioners could boost their annual income by at ...
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Businesses Trusting Cloud Computing

A new study has found that businesses are increasingly beginning to trust cloud computing as part of their everyday operations ...
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RTI Scope Extended

Following the successful pilot of HMRC’s Real Time Information (RTI) pilot scheme; the taxman yesterday (June 21st 2012) announced that ...
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Forensic Accountants to Review Post Office

It has been announced that the Post Office have appointed forensic accountants to examine allegations of deficiencies in the computer ...
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Promise to Stop EU Rules Killing Off Company Pensions

This week the pensions minister, Steve Webb, has promised to stop potentially “catastrophic” European Union plans to impose funding rules ...
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