Leading City of London accountancy firm, Wilson Wright LLP, has been named Independent Firm of the Year for Greater London at this year’s prestigious British Accountancy Awards. The firm, based in Holborn Circus, has grown significantly over the last few
The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIoT) welcomed last week’s announcement that the Government would be conducting a review into Research & Development (R&D) tax credits.
Plans to pump £400million into the capital’s tech start-up industry will not solve some of the sector’s most pressing concerns, leading figures have warned.
The Chancellor has said it is his priority to ensure that Britain remains the number one destination for business.
During yesterday’s Autumn Statement announcements, Chancellor Philip Hammond said that the UK Government would commit to a £400million funding injection to support start-up and small businesses.
Data suggests that as many as 7,000 fixed penalty notices (FPNs) have been handed out by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) to businesses failing to fulfil their auto-enrolment (AE) duties. But did you know that AE compliance also affects small
For weeks now, senior figures from the world of business have been at pains to point out just how important this year’s Autumn Statement will be. In our view there was very little policy change that was not already public
Britain has climbed up a World Bank league table which ranks countries according to how business-friendly their tax regime is.
The Enterprise Investment Scheme Association (EISA) has once again pressed the importance of politicians doing more to make businesses aware of key tax reliefs.
A flagship plan to bring in digital tax reporting within the next few years is facing increasing criticism from accountants.