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Small business Coronavirus recovery boosted by £20million in new grants

The Government has announced new grants aimed at smaller businesses in England worth £20 million, to help them obtain the ...
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HM Revenue & Customs publishes Job Retention Bonus guidance

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has published guidance setting out how the Job Retention Bonus will operate. The Job Retention ...
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Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme expanded to more businesses

Following a change in EU state aid rules, the Government has announced that it will expand the Coronavirus Business Interruption ...
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New Tax Partner joins our Bristol office

A tax specialist with over 30 years’ experience has joined our tax team in Bristol as a Partner. Robert Brown ...
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Insolvent firm Wirecard hires forensic accountants

German payments business Wirecard has hired a firm of forensic accountants to investigate the accounting scandal that led to its ...
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Bristol Business News – Milsted Langdon recruits experienced tax adviser as new Bristol office partner

Experienced tax specialist Robert Brown has joined our Bristol office as a new Partner. Read the full article here ...
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Employers should continue to meet automatic enrolment obligations despite coronavirus disruption, says TPR

Employers should continue to enrol, re-enrol and contribute towards workers’ pensions whether they are furloughed or not, The Pensions Regulator ...
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Charity reserves can be spent to “help cope” with Covid-19, says regulator

Charity reserves can be spent to “help cope” with the coronavirus pandemic, the Charity Commission has confirmed ...
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Trading charities and social enterprises require urgent financial support, say investors

A major social investor is planning to launch a £100 million emergency loan fund for charities affected by Covid-19, providing ...
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Entrepreneurs’ Relief cut to £1 million

The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, announced in the Budget that Entrepreneurs’ Relief (ER) will be cut from £10 million to £1 ...
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IR35 reforms delayed for a year due to Coronavirus

The Government has announced that the IR35 tax reforms which were due to be implemented early next month have been ...
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Employment Allowance changes come into effect from April

For more than half a decade the Employment Allowance (EA) has entitled employers to a maximum of £3,000 off their ...
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Penny Brohn’s Long Table Lunch raises £79,000 with support from Milsted Langdon

Award-winning accountancy firm, Milsted Langdon, has congratulated cancer support charity Penny Brohn UK on a successful Long Table Lunch, raising ...
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Partner at Milsted Langdon makes the Successful Women in Business Awards final

The Successful Women in Business Awards have announced that Gill Freeman, a Partner and Head of Charity and Not for ...
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Milsted Langdon celebrates local skills success at Somerset Education Business Partnership Awards 2019

Business professionals, schools, education providers and work-related learning projects across the county have been recognising local skills-based success stories at ...
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Milsted Langdon enjoys a raft of staff promotions

One of the South West’s leading firms of accountants, Milsted Langdon, is celebrating the success of its staff with a ...
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Female professionals shun afternoon tea for an afternoon of clay pigeon shooting and archery

A group of female professionals have taken part in an afternoon of fun outdoor activities with accountancy firm Milsted Langdon ...
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Accountants take to the slopes to strike up new connections

Accountants from the award-winning firm, Milsted Langdon, have taken a trip to the beautiful snow-filled slopes of Morzine in France ...
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Can I save money by leasing a car through my company?

Is it cheaper to lease a car through a limited company? It’s a question we’re often asked, but the answer ...
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Category: Blog, HMRC, SMEs, SMEs / Business, Tax

Coronavirus: UK businesses owed £133 billion since the start of lockdown

UK businesses are owed more than £133 billion since the Government’s lockdown measures were introduced in March, with the average ...
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The battle continues over the UK’s largest divorce settlement

Tatiana Akhmedova is fighting to obtain the divorce settlement she is owed by her Russian billionaire ex-husband following the UK’s ...
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Category: Blog, The Forensic Blog

Not-for-profit sector facing “£10.1 billion” funding shortfall over next six months

More than two in five charities have now applied for emergency funding as a result of Covid-19 disruption, it has ...
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Not-for-profit sector facing “£10.1 billion” funding shortfall over next six months

More than two in five charities have now applied for emergency funding as a result of Covid-19 disruption, it has ...
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Category: Blog, Covid-19

Stamp duty: Government relaxing three-year rule for reclaiming surcharge for exceptional circumstances in relation to COVID-19

The Government is relaxing the three-year rule for reclaiming the Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) surcharge for exceptional circumstances where ...
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Category: Blog, COVID-19 Knowledge Hub, Tax