Critchleys

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Critchleys is an accountancy, financial planning and human resource consultancy firm. Critchleys was founded in Oxford in 1906 and is today placed in the UK's top 100 accountancy and financial planning firms, with a large client base including individuals, trusts, businesses, charities and non profit organisations. Critchleys offers the best of both worlds by combining the expertise of a large firm and the personal service of a local practice.

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Tax statement

I'm not saying this is right. I'm not saying I agree with it (in fact I haven't checked the assumptions). But it's an interesting...

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Company cars

I still think the answer is to have a company van!

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Someone upset by Inheritance Tax

I've never understood it, but Inheritance Tax seems to generate much more hostility than other taxes.

But he's spotted that if you...

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Banking turns you dishonest!

What this report seems to say is that bankers are as honest as everyone, until they start thinking about banking, and then it turns...

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Are tax cuts affordable?

Promises of tax cuts are a simple bribe to electors, who often don't think through the implications very far. Maybe the electorate...

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Oxfordshire Venus Awards

Looking forward to supporting our contacts at Friday's Venus Awards: Lorraine Frost, Catherine Morgan, Placi Espejo plus all the other...

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Fair enough!

If you want to inherit from your parents, you may have to be nice to them!

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Pension funds and avoidance

Unions are asking pension funds to get tough with tax avoiders in which they invest. I'm not sure why pension funds would care —...

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Was Tony Benn a tax avoider?

What I'd regard as routine advice, but nevertheless tax planning

Tony Benn's inheritance tax dodge: how it works (and how you can use it too) The former Labour minister left an estate worth £5m to...…

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How to fund a tax break

Charities tend to get a raw deal on VAT. So the news that the Government will fund the VAT due on sales of the ceramic poppies is...

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