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Our London capital markets team advise on AIM admission for United Oil & Gas plc
Our London capital markets team have advised United Oil & Gas plc on their successful admission to AIM.
Preserving wealth seminar – Inheritance Tax update (Belfast)
Join us for morning coffee, a seminar and a conversation about preserving wealth.
UHY Hacker Young appointed as Liquidator to A & R Woodworking Limited
We advise that Peter Kubik and Myles Jacobson were appointed Joint Liquidators of A & R Woodworking Limited, a manufacturer of bespoke lockers in the leisure industry, on 5 February 2019, following meetings of the company’s members and creditors.
VAT questions our legal and professional clients ask us
There are a number of common questions our legal and professional clients ask us regarding VAT and, in this fact sheet, we have provided the answers to some of these questions.
Amateur Guidance for Amateur Sports Clubs
14 May 2015
Following publication of our blog ‘community amateur sports clubbed’ we contacted our local MP and asked that he pass on our disquiet about the absence of any written promise of a waiver from deregistration charges to HMRC.
Our round up of the latest tax changes affecting solicitors
17 April 2015
Our summary of the the items in the recent Finance Bill, which appear to have more significance for solicitors with regards to both your professional and personal life.