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Reporting on payment practices and performance

Advisory | Professional firms
We explain what is involved for large companies and LLPs.
26 May, 2017

Top Ten Tips to Success

Rebecca Durrant talks about understanding what success means for you and the first steps to achieving it.
25 May, 2017

VAT treatment of wedding venue hire

Organisations hiring out their premises for weddings should review how they are treating this income for VAT purposes following a recent case.
25 May, 2017

The Construction Industry Scheme: do you need to operate?

An outline of how the scheme operates and if you fall into the categories.
24 May, 2017

Social Investment Tax Relief

Tax | Private clients
The reliefs against income tax for 30% of the cost of a social investment, do you qualify?
24 May, 2017

Benchmarking 2017: what is on the horizon for firms post Brexit?

Professional firms
This year’s Benchmarking may be the most challenging and thought-provoking yet.
23 May, 2017

Tips for completing our Law Firm Benchmarking

Professional firms
23 May, 2017

AIM – Katoro Gold Plc

Katoro Gold Plc announced its acquisition of Kibo Gold Limited from Kibo Mining plc, £1.5m placing and admission to AIM.
23 May, 2017

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Pension funds
Trustees should consider how these new requirements apply to their arrangements.
19 May, 2017

People with significant control: identifying key individuals

Advisory | Employers
Companies should ensure they select individuals who can influence business performance.
18 May, 2017

Calculations without clarity: corporate tax requirements could confuse cash flow

Tax | Corporate
Corporates trying to calculate tax payment due, but in the dark as to exactly what the tax law is.
17 May, 2017

Independent Schools newsletter: Spring 2017

Spring 2017 issue.
15 May, 2017
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