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  • 16th March 2016

    Financial Focus On...Travel

    The matter of allowable travel expenses is one of the most frequently contested deductions in taxation. Whether for the self-employed in their accounts, or for employees through the PAYE scheme, HM Revenue & Customs take a keen interest in whether you can claim the costs of going from A to B.
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  • 15th March 2016

    Expected pension contribution changes – our only certainty pre-budget

    Although Chancellor George Osborne has dropped plans to end or alter tax relief on pension contributions in his forthcoming budget, one thing we know for sure will still be happening post 6th April 2016 is the change to the annual allowance and the life time allowance.
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  • 9th March 2016

    Professional negligence – hot topics

    As forensic accountants we act as expert witness or party advisers in claims against fellow advisers. We can act for the claimant (the client) or the defendant (the accountant or other adviser). We have over the last decade seen an increasing willingness for clients to seek redress from their advisers and their insurers.
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  • 29th February 2016

    Defined Contribution (DC) Pension governance report

    Many trustees are still asking questions about the chairs statement and the governance report required now in Defined Contribution (DC) pension schemes.
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  • 26th February 2016

    Traditions in the House

    Every year, as tax advisers, we face annual changes to the tax rules upon which we advise our clients. I cannot think of any other profession which is subject to such a regular and overwhelming upheaval. In effect it amounts to an annual rewriting of our technical framework. As a result of this we spend a significant amount of time focusing on the minutiae and small print of the Chancellor’s Budget announcements to work out how the changes will impact our clients. There is, however, a lot of tradition around the Budget speech and some interesting facts.
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