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Is the Company Car still a Benefit to Employees?

Changes to the way employee benefits, such as a company car, are taxed were announced in the Autumn Statement of November 2016. 

Taxation, banking, and expats trying to make sense of it all

The Telegraph ran a story in 2016 detailing the limited options available to British expatriates seeking to keep their UK bank accounts open.

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When an inspector calls: How to prepare for a tax investigation

When your financial affairs come under the spotlight of a tax investigation, it can be an emotional rollercoaster ride.

What the Taxation Requirements for a SIPP?

In the wake of Brexit and other economic developments, the UK government has proposed a

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Essential data security measures you need to be using

One of the most important aspects of dealing with a client's financial details is making sure that any data provided to you is kept secure.

Tax issues when working as a freelancer

When you’re employed, tax is something that gets looked after for you. You may have to deal with the occasional form when you change jobs, but otherwise all you need to understand is roughly how

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What accountants can do for your SME

When running an SME it can be tempting to try and do as much as possible yourself to cut 

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A small business owner’s guide to international trade and taxes

Online retail is growing at an alarming rate.

A Guide to sourcing the perfect haulage and courier insurance

As the owner of a courier service or transport of goods business, you’ll need to source the right insurance to make sure that you’ve got the right level of insurance cover to protect your back.

The DAX's remarkable resilience

Nobody told the DAX, it seems, about the current doom and gloom surrounding the European economy.

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