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April 13, 2017
Whatever the motivation, more and more CEOs, it seems, are starting to strongly think about succession planning - a heavily coined phrase - but what does it actually mean?
Our Autumn Statement wish list
November 22, 2016
With just a couple of days left before Phillip Hammond’s first Autumn Statement, businesses across Wales are waiting with bated breath to see what is in store for a post-Brexit and post-Trump Britain.
All debt is evil
October 17, 2016
Since the credit crunch, the mere mention of the word debt has been stigmatised.
Image Rights for sports stars – more media confusion
October 14, 2016
I recently read an article on how sport stars avoid tax by channelling a portion of their income through Image Rights companies. This essentially ensures that the portion channelled via Image Rights are taxed at Corporation Tax (20%) rates and not additional rate Income Tax (45%). So what exactly are Image Rights?
Avoidance, evasion or plain old planning?
October 4, 2016
People get very excited when their favourite comedian, reality TV star or ahem…. coffee house, gets dragged through the media for not seemingly paying the tax they owe. And, in this scenario, the same question always arises – ‘have they done anything illegal’?
Why you should consider working from home
August 11, 2016
In this blog we look at the benefits of working from home for employers and employees.
Sole trader or limited company – which is best?
August 8, 2016
So, you have taken the biggest step of all and started your own business. Your product/services are ready to go but you are stuck with the inevitable question of: “sole trader or limited company?”
Holding companies – what do they mean?
April 7, 2016
Most advisers have had, at some point, a client state that their friends have advised them to place their company (ies) in a group with a holding company. However, a group structure is not going to suit every business and is often an unnecessary exercise just to give, perhaps, a perception of size.
Briefcases, backpedalling and Brexit- it’s time for the first Budget of 2016
March 15, 2016
In the last few years the way the Budget is delivered has changed somewhat, or rather it has increased in frequency. Traditionally, we could expect a Budget in the Spring and an Autumn Statement in the Autumn (well the winter actually). But today, it’s quite hard to spot the differences between the two.