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Manufacturers are told to buy British

Johnathan Dudley, Head of Manufacturing is calling on UK manufactureres to focus on sourcing raw materials and components domestically.
19 Sep, 2017

Making Tax Digital for VAT: change is coming

VAT | Corporate
The changes may impact your VAT processes, businesses need to prepare themselves.
19 Sep, 2017

VAT on School Fees?

VAT | Schools
Covering VAT to school fees and the somewhat ambiguous political position of the UK.
14 Sep, 2017

Employers Digest: September 2017

13 Sep, 2017

Non-doms tax changes reintroduced

Private clients
New Finance Bill reintroduces changes to the taxation of non-doms.
11 Sep, 2017

Growth for law firms despite business uncertainty 

Professional firms
Our annual Law Firm Benchmarking report provides a snapshot of the UK legal market.
11 Sep, 2017

Law Firm Benchmarking 2017: The big picture

Professional firms
In the face of economic and political uncertainty, many firms remained cautiously optimistic about their growth prospects.
11 Sep, 2017

Law Firm Benchmarking 2017: City firms

Professional firms
City firms have had a better year than 2016, with only 8% reporting a fall in revenue compared to 23% last year.
11 Sep, 2017

Law Firm Benchmarking 2017: The regional view

Professional firms
Regional firms have had a more challenging year, with around two thirds of firms feeling that they did not meet their targets.
11 Sep, 2017

Law Firm Benchmarking 2017: What lies ahead?

Professional firms
Some big issues are consistent with recent years and there are clearly some new emerging challenges on the horizon.
11 Sep, 2017

Family businesses – incentivising managers in the digital age

Tax | Business
Nick Latimer explores the options for owners.
7 Sep, 2017

HMRC to impose mandatory 2 Step Verification

From September 2017 the 2SV will become mandatory on all functions through GOV.UK.
6 Sep, 2017
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