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  1. Blog23rd Nov 2023

    Kerry Mcghee, Private Client Manager

    Autumn Statement- What Do The Changes Mean For You?

    Jeremy Hunt delivered his much anticipated Autumn statement yesterday, which was possibly his last opportunity to make changes to taxes and benefits before the next General Election. The Chancellor was under pressure from fellow Conservative party members urging him to…

    By Kerry McGee

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  2. Blog22nd Nov 2023

    Steve Rodden

    What happens if I can’t pay my Bounce Back Loan?

    What is a Bounce Back Loan? The Bounce Back Loan Scheme (‘BBLS’) was introduced by the Government during the Coronavirus pandemic, with the purpose of helping sole traders and small to medium sized businesses (SMEs) to survive the financial effects…

    By Steven Rodden

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  3. Blog21st Nov 2023

    Tom Andrew, Private Client Manager who authored blog Autumn statement- what changes can we expect

    Autumn Statement- What Changes Can We Expect?

    A lot can change in a year – and after the 2022 Autumn Statement promised wide ranging tax cuts, only for many of the key measures to be swiftly reversed, 2023 could well grab fewer headlines in comparison.  Having said…

    By Tom Andrew

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  4. Blog16th Nov 2023

    Carol Sim, author of blog about working in norway compliance considerations

    Working In Norway – What Compliance Considerations Do I Need To Think About?

    Norway continues to be an attractive place for companies in the UK to seek opportunities because of it’s proximity and strong ties with the UK business community. There’s a number of reasons companies and their employees land in Norway. Norway…

    By Carol Sim

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  5. Blog13th Nov 2023

    Bev Holroyd Private Client Senior Manager and author of blog about self assessment tax codes

    Can You Avoid Paying A Lump Sum Of Tax On The 31st January?

    If you file your Self-Assessment tax return with HMRC by 30 December, you may be able to have any tax you owe for 2023 collected by a restriction in your tax code for the next tax year commencing on 6…

    By Bev Holroyd

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  6. Blog10th Nov 2023

    Jen Kinnear, Private Client Manager author of blog about the qualifying conditions of furnished holiday lets

    Furnished Holiday Lets – Qualifying Conditions & Elections

    To gain the tax advantages of a Furnished Holiday Let (FHL), the property must qualify, and HMRC have a series of qualifying conditions which must be met. If the criteria is still not met, the property will be treated as…

    By Jen Kinnear

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  7. Blog23rd Oct 2023

    Chloe McAteer, Corporate Finance Manager. Author of blog about financial projections

    Importance of Financial Projections: Know Your Numbers

    In the ever-changing landscape of the UK economy, business owners face a multitude of challenges that demand foresight, strategy, and adaptability in order to maintain success.  One of the most valuable tools that savvy business owners can utilise to tackle…

    By Chloe McAteer

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  8. Blog19th Oct 2023

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    Scottish Taxes- Are Changes Coming?

    The Programme for Government published on 5 September by the Scottish Government has promised to deliver ‘the most progressive tax system in the UK.’ Could this mean further Income Tax rises to come in the next Scottish Budget? What changes…

    By Jill Walker

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  9. Blog2nd Oct 2023

    David Beckham Tax Law blog image

    New Spanish Digital Nomad Visa allows access to the very attractive… Beckham tax law

    How does living and working in Spain for up to 5 years, whilst only paying 24% tax sound to you? Spain has always been a ‘go to’ holiday and retirement destination for Brits. The attraction is obvious – what’s not…

    By Lynn Gracie and Charlie Dunning

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  10. Blog26th Sep 2023

    Seamus McElvanna, Senior Private Client Manager at FPM who wrote blog about income tax enquires

    Would you be ready if HMRC lodged a formal enquiry into your Income Tax Return? 

    A tax enquiry is the process by which HMRC check in detail that the information on a tax return is correct and complete. HMRC have the right to make a formal enquiry into every tax return submitted to them. This…

    By Seamus McElvanna

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  11. Blog21st Sep 2023

    Alan Campbell, author of blog can employee ownership trusts provide an alternative to succession

    Can Employee Ownership Trusts (“EOTs”) provide an alternative to family succession?

    Known for their adaptable nature, innovative spirit and contribution to the economy, the importance of the successful continuation of our family businesses cannot be overstated. Retaining the ownership and running of the business within the family is often considered a…

    By Alan Campbell

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  12. Blog20th Sep 2023

    Photo of a man wearing a white shirt - Ian Bremner, AAB Hotel Accounting partner

    Nine benefits of hotel accounting

    Many hotel operators can be reluctant to enter a discussion about hotel specific accounting software. There is a common misconception that it is expensive, and that the owner or management company won’t have full control of their data. In today’s…

    By Ian Bremner

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