Business Eplus - Spring/Summer 2017

  • Keep calm and carry on

    I am pleased to say that, in general, the effects of Brexit have not been quite as cataclysmic as predicted or feared. That is not to say that all industries have been left unscathed and our clients with continued exposure to exchange rates appear to have felt the heaviest burden so far. There is still considerable uncertainty facing those industries that rely on legislation derived from the EU for funding or subsidy.
  • Making Tax Digital - Important changes to the way you deal with HMRC

    By now, you may well have read about Making Tax Digital (MTD) and the demise of the tax return in the media, and I expect you will hear a lot more about this in future. MTD will significantly change the way in which both you, and we, deal with HMRC.
  • What can corporates learn from professional firms

    Professional firms are very different animals from commercial enterprises. Typically a professional firm lacks the hard nosed commercial focus and hierarchical management structure of a company.
  • Unlocking the value in your business

    A key question for many business owners is how to maximise the value of their business. Whilst there is no secret formula for driving up business valuation, there are a few common themes that differentiate highly valued businesses from the rest of the herd.
  • Mark Upton becomes Chairman of R3 in the Eastern Region

    On 1 April, Mark Upton our head of Business Recovery and Insolvency became Chairman of R3 in the Eastern Region cementing his position as one of the leading turnaround and insolvency professionals in our region.
  • Changes to Insolvency Rules

    The world of insolvency is changing from a legislative perspective with the introduction of a completely new legal framework with the Insolvency Rules 2016 being introduced from 6 April 2017.
  • Following the career path of Amy Haines

    Amy Haines, Business Support Services Manager in our Bury St Edmunds office, shares her reasons for going into accountancy and who her ideal three dinner guests would be.
  • Advance warning of a general mailing from Ensors

    The latest idea from HMRC is to force all financial institutions (banks, fund managers etc.) or “relevant persons” (which includes accountants) to send a letter and factsheet (drafted by HMRC) to any client who has income or assets overseas.
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