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27th May 2016

Been there done VAT mitigating the costs of VAT errors

It’s a safe bet that whoever coined the phrase ‘you learn from your mistakes’ obviously never received a VAT penalty from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC).


26th May 2016

Budget 2016: Carrot or stick choice for tax-avoiding businesses, while BTL investors can be forgiven for being paranoid

Tax and savings were central to the Chancellor’s Budget speech in March.


26th May 2016

UK Plc 101 – A practical guide for foreign companies acting in the UK

The ease of doing business in the UK has played a massive role in attracting large numbers of foreign companies to set up in Britain.


26th May 2016

Cloud accounting and exciting options for our clients

Our back office services team, FisherE@se, provides bookkeeping, management accounts and payroll services.


26th May 2016

Building up a nest egg

Growing old is never a question of choice. But we can choose how to secure our financial future and the quality of life during retirement.


26th May 2016

With Westminster viewing everything through a Brexit lens, has it lost sight of the economy?

It says a lot about the state of British politics that when a senior cabinet minister resigned in March over the Government’s welfare reforms, his real motive was immediately judged to be something else entirely – Europe.


26th May 2016

Could Brexit turn Britain into a corporate tax haven?

Might a non-EU UK end up aping the tax havens that sparked so much criticism following the release of the Panama Papers?


20th April 2016

PSC Register – Explanatory note

There is a new requirement which has recently been widely published in which the director of every Company has a new obligation under the Companies Act 2006 (“the Act”) to keep and maintain a new Register called a People of Significant Control Register (“PSC Register”).


25th March 2015

What is Members Voluntary Liquidation and when to use it

Most people in the business world are familiar with a CVL or Creditors Voluntary Liquidation. It’s usually not good news and has a certain stigma attached to it. However, not quite so much is known about an MVL or Members Voluntary Liquidation. So what exactly is an MVL and how does it differ from a CVL?


11th March 2013

Overpayment of suppliers and poor credit control

Their causes may differ, but both these problems can needlessly cost a charity time and money.