Mills & Reeve posts record annual turnover of £111 million with all staff set for four figure bonusesNews Team on 08/08/2019
News Team on 01/08/2019
The director of a Hampshire call centre business and an accountant, have been jailed for a total of seven and a half years after an investigation into a £2.3 million income tax, National Insurance and VAT fraud
News Team on 30/07/2019
Global provider of alternative asset and corporate services, Sanne, saw its share value plunge by 33 percent yesterday following a profit warning from the firm
News Team on 25/07/2019
Gordon Dadds Group, which changed its brand name of its legal businesses to 'Ince' earlier this year has reported an increase of adjusted profit before tax to £5.9 million for the year ended 31 March 2019
News Team on 24/07/2019
Saffery Champness has shone a spotlight on the success of HMRC’s Requirement to Correct policy measure and the ongoing importance of the Worldwide Disclosure Facility (WDF), with almost half of all disclosures under the WDF being lodged in the months immediately following the Requirement to Correct deadline of 30 September 2018
News Team on 22/07/2019
Global fiduciary services provider JTC has performed well throughout the first half of the year in both divisions, the company revealed in a trading update ahead of its interim results for the six months ended 30 June 2019
News Team on 16/07/2019
Over half (58 percent) of UK charitable donations declared by individuals last year were made by people earning over £150,000 per year (highest rate taxpayers) according to private client law firm Boodle Hatfield.
News Team on 16/07/2019
Operating income and pre-tax profits grew by 4.27 percent and 3.35 percent respectively for the year to 30 April 2019 at Smith & Williamson, the London-based wealth management and professional services firm
Group Seven Limited & Ors v Notable Services LLP & Ors provides a rare example of an appellate court overturning a judge’s findings of fact. In this case, the English Court of Appeal unanimously overturned a trial judge’s verdict that an accountant was not liable for dishonest assistance in a breach of trust, regarding his role in a money laundering scheme.
News Team on 08/07/2019
The Isle of Man’s income tax receipts have increased by £14.5 million (6.5 percent) to £238 million in the financial year ended 31 March 2019.
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