Benchmarking at breakfast

Tommy White

26 June 2017

Every year, NatWest Bank produces a legal sector benchmarking survey, which is prepared using data from their law firm clients across the country. At our WK Law seminar on 22 June, attendees had a chance to look at the findings … Read More >>

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Come in, do you read me?

Stephen Grant

20 June 2017

At our most recent South Bucks Business Breakfast event, a majority of the 70-plus business owners in the room raised their hand to the question: “Who agrees that staff is your biggest expense?” It was a great reminder that there … Read More >>

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Short Term Business Visitors: payroll issues

Peter Goodman

06 June 2017

If you employ an international workforce, you may already be familiar with the challenges relating to taxation of individuals if they are normally based overseas, but visit the UK temporarily to work. Employers should be aware that HMRC has specialist … Read More >>

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Retailers: only cut your cloth to measure

Phil Mullis

26 May 2017

The latest retail sales statistics revealed yet more uncertainty, despite experiencing a small increase during April. With inflation and increased costs on the way, many retailers could be left wondering how they should make the most of their stretched budgets. … Read More >>

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Property investors: Interest relief will be abolished by 2020

Steve Hoare

21 March 2017

From April 2017, property investors and landlords will be subject to what has been labelled as the Chancellor’s “biggest attack” on the UK’s buy to let market. There’s no denying that purchasing property to let has become more expensive than … Read More >>

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Digesting the Budget

David Kitson

10 March 2017

Wilkins Kennedy’s Budget Lunches are very well established here in Hertfordshire and have continued to take place over many years. Our final Spring event on Thursday lunchtime truly marked the end of an era – but it will pave the … Read More >>

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Spring Budget highlights 2017

Matthew Hall

08 March 2017

The Chancellor has just delivered a Budget that promised to show “no complacency before Brexit” and many awaited what lay ahead for the “last ever” Spring Budget. Here is a summary from the latest announcements: Economy GDP growth forecast 2017      … Read More >>

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Budget 2017 first response: “cheers for the rate relief”

Phil Mullis

08 March 2017

The Chancellor has just delivered his Budget speech, where many business owners awaited news relating to business rates – an area which greatly affects retailers with bricks and mortar stores. Phil Mullis, Head of Retail and Wholesale and Partner at … Read More >>

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Will the Budget battle ‘outdated’ business rates?

Phil Mullis

06 March 2017

The topic of business rates appears to stage a constant battle between those who pay them and the Government, which is in receipt of them. As the Spring Budget looms into view, is there likely to be any reprieve for … Read More >>

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Changes to ATED – are you now liable for a tax bill?

Tim Collerton

03 March 2017

The season for ATED returns is nearly upon us and if this applies to you then no doubt you will soon be busy with preparations. It might also be a good time to familiarise yourself with some recent updates in … Read More >>

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