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  1. Blog2nd May 2024

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    International Payroll And Double Taxation: How To Navigate

    In today’s interconnected world, many individuals and employers operate across international borders and this can lead to complex tax implications, especially in relation to payroll.  One significant challenge which consistently arises is the issue of double taxation as well as…

    By Craig Burnett

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  2. Download22nd Apr 2024

    ESG, Environmental Social Governance

    ESG – Your business blueprint to sustainable transformation

    In 2024, prioritising Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) factors is paramount for business success. Download our guide to discover why enhancing ESG practices is crucial. With the right approach to ESG, you can boost your company reputation, attract investors, and…

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  3. Blog18th Mar 2024

    Claire Bruce, author of blog about employment tax reporting

    Employment Tax Reporting Deadlines: Are You Prepared?

    The 5th of April is fast approaching, which brings the array of end-of-year reporting to HMRC! We have compiled a list of the key reporting deadlines which your business may need to be aware of in the upcoming months following…

    By Claire Bruce

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  4. Blog11th Mar 2024

    Michaela McCombie, Business Advisory Manager

    New Tax Year, New Tax Code?

    With the new tax year approaching and ever-changing income tax rates and allowances, there is an increased importance of ensuring your PAYE Tax Code is correct.   PAYE AND TAX CODES Every employee registered in an organisation’s payroll system will…

    By Michaela McCombie

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  5. Blog13th Feb 2024

    Gillian Rushton, author of blog about HMRC One To Many Campaign

    HMRC’s ‘One to Many’ Campaign – Targeting Undeclared Dividend

    HMRC are now issuing letters to business owners under a ‘One to Many’ Letter campaign to target undeclared dividends payments. HMRC have been looking at company reserves and have noted that some are reducing but no dividends are being declared…

    By Gillian Rushton

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  6. Blog7th Feb 2024

    Rhianne Stewart, Employee Benefits Senior Manager

    Is It Time To Upgrade Your Employee Benefits Programme?

    It’s officially a new year. 333 days of growth opportunities for your business. While you’re looking ahead to the new year and planning for 2024 it is a great time to also think about your employee benefits programme. In its…

    By Rhianne Stewart

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  7. Blog2nd Feb 2024

    Niamh McKenna, Payroll & Employment Taxes Manager

    Reclaiming National Insurance Contributions on car allowances – Have the rules changed?

    When it comes to NIC on car allowances- we would always advise that you don’t leave money in HMRC’s pot. HMRC have not appealed the upper tribunal judgement on their case against Laing O’Rourke Services Limited and Willmot Dixon Holdings limited,…

    By Niamh McKenna

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  8. Blog9th Jan 2024

    Gregor Steedman, author of blog about working capital in transactions

    What Is Normalised Working Capital In Transactions

    Working Capital is generally one of the key considerations in an M&A transaction. It is often a subjective and complex area, and it can have implications on the total consideration payable in a transaction. What does working capital represent? Net…

    By Gregor Steedman

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  9. Blog20th Dec 2023

    Carol Edwards, author of blog about furnished holiday let changes

    Scottish 24/25 Budget- Tax Rates Soar for Higher Scottish Earners

    Finance secretary Shona Robinson delivered Scotland’s 2024/25 budget confirming tax rises for those with income in excess of £75,000.  Scottish tax rates apply to employment, pension and property income but do not apply to investment income such as interest and…

    By Carol Edwards

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  10. 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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  11. Blog18th Sep 2023

    Claire Smith, Restructuring & Recovery Manager who wrote a blog about members voluntary liquidation

    What Does Members Voluntary Liquidation mean?

    It can be a daunting time for business owners closing down a solvent business. Owners are used to having full control and dealing with all business matters, therefore understandably, we are asked many questions before and during the process of…

    By Claire Smith 

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  12. Blog9th Aug 2023

    Jon Hicks, Customs Director

    Alternative Dispute Resolution – Why it’s Good To Talk

    Many importers have found that being in dispute with HMRC can be a costly business. Where margins are tight and room for manoeuvre limited, the unexpected tax bill can make a business venture uneconomic. Where there is a risk of…

    By Jon Hicks

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