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National Minimum Wage increase and the impact for doctors

‘The biggest cash increase’ to the National Minimum Wage in over a decade has taken effect as of April 2024. Despite the benefits to workers whose wages will increase accordingly, GP practices are fearing that an increase in staff wages will not be met by a proportionate increase in funding for practices. Read our article to find out more.

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Contentious Tax Bulletin

Tax Investigations Partner, Andrew Park, provides a round up of the most recent and significant contentious tax news

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VAT - Is my supply taxable?

We go back to basics and explore what tests are considered when deciding if supply is VAT taxable

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R&D tax relief changes

Read our article detailing the latest updates to R&D tax reliefs in the UK, as well as an overview of previously announced changes.

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A 'successful' M&A deal - What does it really mean?

In our roles as M&A advisors, we are often asked how ‘successful’ our previous deals have been and how to best guarantee success for our clients. In this article, we explore the idea of success further and consider why tracking success is as difficult a challenge as defining it in the first place.

The new CC14 guidance: Key questions for your charity

New guidance was issued in August 2023 by the Charity Commission under CC14. Read our article to understand what changes have been made and how they may affect you.


Gaining Business Asset Disposal Relief on liquidated company assets

We outline how you can gain Business Asset Disposal Relief on liquidated company assets when it comes to closing a company down and accessing the financial assets.

Pre year-end considerations

Pre year-end considerations

As year-end approaches, read our article where we outline the key considerations that you should review ahead of time, as well as details of how we can assist.

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CT600L: Supplementary form for R&D claims

In December 2020, HMRC released a draft supplementary form (CT600L) to be completed by all companies claiming either the payable SME R&D tax credit or...

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Trustee responsibilities: Navigating EDI, conflicts, and your duties.

Read our article detailing how charity trustees can fulfil their duties and key considerations to avoid complications.

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5 interesting women-founded businesses in honour of International Women’s Day

With International Women’s Day approaching, we are celebrating by taking a closer look at the characteristics of women-founded businesses and then exploring the profile of five UK businesses founded by women.

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A guide to Full Expensing for British businesses

Following the announced extension and permanence of full expensing in the 2023 Autumn Statement, we provide up to date guidance on how full expensing works and its benefit to British businesses as well as details of any changes from the Spring Budget 2024.

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