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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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VAT Rise - further news

Further to the Pre-election comments made about VAT rises made yesterday - David Cameron has ruled out a VAT rise during Prime...

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No excuse regarding minimum wage?

Actually, it's not always that simple. Some employers provide employees with benefits as part of their remuneration packages. The...

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VAT Rate Rise

In my Budget Seminar presentation last week I reported Ed Milliband's comments in respect of the likelihood of a VAT rise. Labour have...

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Good news for Mozart!

The new proposed relief for orchestras was originally drafted to insist that you had to have strings, brass, woodwind and percussion or...

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Tax evasion — new penalties

Note that this is about tax evasion, and not avoidance. They aren't the same, even though they are often referred to together. The...

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Deeds of variation

The trick is to get Wills right, so you don't need Deeds of Variation. So, actually, if they change the rules to make Deeds of...

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Like a Rolling Stone

Further to my Budget Presentation this morning - I thought I would highlight the following article in respect of Mr Cameron seeking to...

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The end of the tax return?

Well, not quite! People will still have to submit their tax information. Most tax returns are now done electronically, which means there...

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Osborne's pension reforms

This weekend's press highlighted the proposed pension changes which will see the end to restrictions on the sale of pension annuities.

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The taxman's taste in music

There are plans for a new tax relief for orchestral works. Except that the definitions are quite restrictive, and a lot of the...

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How to sell your business

Interesting article from the Guardian Small Business Network with some useful tips. I would add that engaging advisors when you start...

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Budget Live

Follow our Budget Live Passle for a live feed of comments on the 2015 Budget announcement from our experts plus legal insights from...

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Raising the 40% threshold?

George Osborne reckoned people aspire to be 40% taxpayers, and they are pleased to have to pay it. But no-one believed that rubbish,...

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Maybe it'll be a lively Budget

It seems that there may be a clash between Lib Dem and Conservative views in what will go into the Budget (no surprise there!).

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Budget seminar

19 March Said Business School. Be there?

Critchleys annual post-Budget seminar is held the morning after the UK Budget announcement. We provide a summary of the tax, VAT and...…

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