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What NEX for AIM companies?

Capital Markets | Corporate
The NEX Exchange's offer to all AIM listed companies of free admission is potentially good news.
27 Feb, 2017
pensions

HMRC issues incorrect tax penalty notices

Tax investigation
HMRC has incorrectly been issuing notices demanding a penalty of 50% of the tax it says is due.
23 Feb, 2017
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The VAT treatment of cross-border sales of goods

VAT
Lack of a registered VAT number does not preclude zero-rating.
23 Feb, 2017
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Standard List (reverse acquisition) – Sealand Capital Galaxy Limited

Transactions
Sealand Capital Galaxy Limited (Sealand) has today completed the acquisition of SecureCom Media Holdings Limited by way of a reverse takeover under the Listing Rules
23 Feb, 2017
oil-containers

NEX Exchange Growth Market (Bond issue) – Angus Energy Plc

Transactions
Angus Energy Plc (Angus) has announced its successful issue of up to £3.5 million sterling denominated secured 8.5% bonds due 2022.
23 Feb, 2017
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Transfer Pricing: the devil is in the documentation

Policies and documentation must stand up to scrutiny by the tax authorities.
21 Feb, 2017
autumn-people

Employers’ taxation update: different forms of remuneration

Employers
An update on the legislation and the areas you should consider.
21 Feb, 2017
london-river-view

Fraud and the Food and Drink Sector

Forensic
An overview of counter fraud in the food and drink industry.
21 Feb, 2017
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As tax reform takes centre stage, what will your business need to consider?

Tax | Corporate
A few key questions SMEs need to consider in light of upcoming tax changes and reforms.
20 Feb, 2017
background-checks-box

Recruitment Fraud: employee background checks

Forensic
An in-depth look at the many ways background checks can reveal fraud.
16 Feb, 2017
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International news from Crowe

International
News, reports, guides and updates covering a range of international issues from UK and Crowe firms worldwide.
16 Feb, 2017
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Standard List admission – Emmerson Plc

Transactions
Our capital markets team acted as reporting accountant to the transaction.
15 Feb, 2017
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