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ATED – deadlines are coming up

Tax | Corporate
28 Mar, 2017

HMRC consultation on two changes to the VAT regime to counter perceived areas of tax fraud

VAT | Corporate
HMRC’s proposed changes to the VAT regime to counter perceived areas of tax fraud in online sales or the construction sector.
23 Mar, 2017

Outcome of the partnership tax consultation

Tax | Partnerships/LLPs
An update along with the key proposal that the government are still intending to legislate.
23 Mar, 2017

Learning Technologies Group plc

Learning Technologies Group plc has announced its offer to acquire the entire issued share capital of AIM listed NetDimensions (Holdings) Limited.
23 Mar, 2017

BBC Panorama investigation puts welcome spotlight on care sector

Head of VAT, Rob Warne shares his views on what he calls "the perfect storm".
22 Mar, 2017

Standard List (reverse acquisition) – Falcon Acquisitions Limited

Falcon Acquisitions Limited has completed the acquisitions of Orbital Multi Media Holdings Corporation and its wholly owned subsidiaries.
20 Mar, 2017

Foundations: March 2017

Social housing
17 Mar, 2017

Steps to a fairer tax system

David Mellor, Chief Executive give his comments following the Chancellor's speech.
8 Mar, 2017

Hammond produced the Budget we expected for Corporates

The Chancellor has said he wants to give businesses stability; will he also listen to them?
8 Mar, 2017

Budget 2017: Pensions see small steps

Pension funds
A quiet budget for pensions, but we see ahead a tightening up in several areas.
8 Mar, 2017

Budget 2017: tax lock still on track

Private clients
The Chancellor's Budget means investors will notice a further reduction in income.
8 Mar, 2017
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