• Stirring Up Interestest Tax Accounting Investment Newsletter Briefing Social Media

    Business E+ Newsletter Autumn/Winter 2015

    In this edition we highlight the flaws in the government’s new financial cost relief restrictions for landlords and look at the changes to impact on business following this Summer’s Budget. All this plus much more...

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  • Spending Review Budget Autumn Statement Government
    Autumn Statement 2015

    The first Autumn Statement by the new majority conservative government took place on Wednesday 25 November. Here we have the very latest before and after commentary written by our accounting and tax specialists.

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  • Forensic Accounting Newsletter NIFA
    Hot of the press!

    The latest newsletter by the Network of Independent Forensic Accountants (NIFA) highlighting contingent tax liabilities, nobbling the witness and a lesson on why the independence and objectivity of expert evidence is sacrosanct.

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  • financial due diligence for sellers
    How to survive Financial Due Diligence as a business seller

    The most common reason for a business sale not going ahead is often down to the Financial Due Diligence failing due to a lack of information or clear explanation.

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  • online banking fraud
    Online banking fraud

    There has been an alarming increase in online banking fraud. Read what you can do to help prevent what is, generally, a very simple crime.

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  • briefing
    Buy-to-let landlords to pay higher tax from 2017

    The summer budget announced a major change to the way that ‘buy to let’ rental income will be taxed. From April 2017, landlords of residential property (‘buy –to-let’) will no longer be able to deduct their finance costs from their property income before arriving at their taxable profit.

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We have the resources to meet the needs of all clients, from individuals to major corporations. Yet we still have the flexibility and approachability of a local firm with offices in Bury St Edmunds, Cambridge, Huntingdon, Ipswich, London and Saxmundham.

The Ensors philosophy? It’s simple. We aim to offer the highest levels of professionalism in a down-to-earth, service-orientated way. Whatever your needs, talk to Ensors Chartered Accountants. You’ll be a client, not a number.




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  • Employee Fraud seminar - who's attacking your organisation? Ashton KCJ offices, Ipswich Thursday 25 FebruaryHoliday Inn, Histon Tuesday 01 MarchAshton KCJ offices, Norwich Thursday 03 March
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Nick Edgley
T: 01480 420973 nick.edgley@ensors.co.uk

Q:  What do you really enjoy about your job?

A: There never seems to be a dull moment.  Tax is always changing and so from one year to the next the advice and work can be different.  I also enjoy receiving the thanks from clients and colleagues.  Clients are interested in the tax they have to pay and value the advice I give.

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I have worked with Ensors for over 20 years. I like their friendly but professional approach and they are always capable of delivering specific tailored advice when needed. Peter Hatcher - John Hatcher & Co Ltd


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