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Five things that authors need to know about record keeping
Because of the Draconian system of charging penalties for incomplete tax returns, it is important that authors have a proper ...
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Since its introduction in 2011, the Renewable Heat Incentive has opened up a business opportunity for an organisation to reduce its energy bills through installing renewable heat technology.
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HW Fisher & Company is a commercially astute firm of London chartered accountants providing financial and strategic business services to entrepreneurial small and medium-sized enterprises, large corporates and high-net worth individuals.
We are ranked as a UK top 30 chartered London accountancy firm with a broad range of services including; audit; corporate taxation; private client services; business turnaround and recovery; royalty auditing and licensing; business sustainability; strategic planning and inward investment.
Our London-based offices service clients regionally, nationally and overseas.
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