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Why Dialogue Is The Secret To Long-Lasting Relationships

Blog by by Rhys Madoc CEO, UHY International One of the signs that a relationship may be breaking down, is when dialogue stops and as a consequence regular communication and engagement is disrupted. Both personal and professional relationships are similar, in that mutual trust and understanding are crucial, and both

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Why use an accountant?

 Most accountants are also successful business owners, and can offer much more than just accounts and tax services. They should be your on-call business partner, a sounding board for ideas, helping you run your business smoothly and suggesting ways to earn and keep more income. They also have a wide

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R&D Tax Relief – It's not rocket science

Updated 04/04/2022 Hands up anyone who would like to handover £1 and get £2.30 back? Sounds like a good deal doesn’t it? Well in a way that’s pretty much what the Research and Development Tax relief for small companies offers. The most surprising thing about this scheme is despite the

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HMRC win Contractor tax loan battle

HMRC have recently issued a “Spotlight” publishing their view on the various Contractor Loan Schemes following the decision in P Boyle (TC1303). Mr Boyle provided his services through an offshore company and extracted money from that company in the form of loans which he argued were not taxable. The tribunal

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Bricks vs Clicks

Despite overall static retail sales in the period, according to a survey by the British Retail Consortium, a record amount of shopping was performed online in December, with a staggering increase of almost 20% over the previous year. The rise was attributed to both increased use of smart phones and

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More misleading headlines?

I see that this morning’s Independent newspaper leads with the headline “Vodafone’s £84bn tax avoidance bonanza”. This of course refers to the gain that Vodafone will make on the sale of its stake in American mobile phone company Verizon. Following on from other similar stories of multi-nationals apparently avoiding taxes

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