Charities Seminar: Tax traps and Trustees

Ken Young

27 September 2016

As a firm, Wilkins Kennedy holds regular seminars aimed at the charities sector, following an identified need to address the availability of information to the sector. We particularly find this to be the case in our Guildford and Heathrow offices, … Read More >>

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Buy to let investment may have just got more taxing

Tim Collerton

26 September 2016

We’ve all heard the news. The Government is acting on its pledge to encourage more first time buyers to market by making it more difficult – or at least more expensive – for buy to let investors. What you may … Read More >>

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The applications and advantages of mediation

Adam Merrett

20 September 2016

More businesses and individuals than ever are settling disputes through mediation.  Advantages such as the low costs incurred, reduced stress, flexibility, speed of resolution, convenience and confidentiality are just some of the benefits that have seen mediation grow into an … Read More >>

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Brexit and the marine sector: fine waters ahead?

Kevin Walmsley

15 September 2016

It is no secret that some stormy seas have created headlines for companies in the marine industry. Princess Yachts had a difficult start to 2016 as they faced 172 job losses from their Plymouth headquarters and Sunseeker too reported losses of … Read More >>

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EHBBC: New leaf, new venue

Tim Croft

13 September 2016

This morning marked the first East Herts Business Breakfast Club (EHBBC) event since Britain’s vote to leave the EU was announced. For those of you who are familiar with EHBBC events, you will know that our previous event fell on … Read More >>

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The upgrade that you can’t postpone – changes to small company reporting for technology businesses

Paul Creasey

12 September 2016

September is traditionally the month of new things – including the new shiny iGismo.  We are tempted with new features, new innovations and then gasp at the loss of some familiar features that we think we can’t live without (headphone … Read More >>

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A taxing dilemma for property

Kevin Walmsley

08 September 2016

It is an occupational hazard for Ministers taking office in a reshuffle that they take on unfinished business from their predecessors. The housing market is one of those areas of potentially unfinished business that the UK’s new Chancellor of the … Read More >>

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The golden quarter is creeping up on us

Phil Mullis

06 September 2016

Summer seems barely behind us, but September has brought with it the next wave of event retailing as the golden quarter gets under way. What’s next? Halloween of course. Whilst more of an American tradition until recently, it seems us … Read More >>

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Brexit: Driving change in the motoring industry

Kevin Walmsley

12 August 2016

Working with the motor sector in the last few weeks since the EU Referendum, we have noticed a growing interest in relation to vehicle sales.  Is this an economic indicator? Potentially, Yes! Following our research as a firm we are … Read More >>

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Accounting for change: New role at the University of Winchester

Bruce Elkins

09 August 2016

It gives me great pleasure to announce that from 1st August, I have accepted a position on the University of Winchester’s Board Audit Committee as external non-Governor member. It came about through a nominations process via the Nominations Committee, who … Read More >>

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