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  • Retail and leisure sector – prospects for 2018
    22nd January 2018

    Retail and leisure sector – prospects for 2018

    Whilst headlines and concerns are currently centred on the Carillion insolvency and the likely knock-on impact to businesses in its supply chain, we cannot ignore the problems being faced by the retail and leisure sector both nationally and locally in East Anglia.
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  • Personal contract purchase arrangements - the tax consequences
    22nd January 2018

    Personal contract purchase arrangements - the tax consequences

    The availability of PCP vehicle financing arrangements is likely to increase following Mercedes’ success in their VAT case at the ECJ. These arrangements offer customers flexibility, but the position for business purchases is not as simple as it appears.
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  • Personal tax planning tips for 2018
    17th January 2018

    Personal tax planning tips for 2018

    After the January Tax Returns have been filed and taxes paid, the lull between now and the end of the tax year is a good time to undertake some basic work on your affairs to ensure that everything is up to date.
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  • Business outlook 2018 – what are the prospects for the year ahead?
    15th January 2018

    Business outlook 2018 – what are the prospects for the year ahead?

    As businesses around the country open their doors for the first time in 2018, many stakeholders will be turning their attentions away from Christmas festivities and towards their plans for the year ahead.
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  • When is a garden not tax free due to PPR relief?
    11th December 2017

    When is a garden not tax free due to PPR relief?

    Whilst an Englishman’s Castle is often his Capital Gains Tax-free home, the same is not always the same for his garden. Just because the house may be tax-free due to the Principal Private Residence relief (PPR), it could be a costly mistake to assume that the garden is also included in the same pot.
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