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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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Charities: Recovery of VAT on Investment Management Fees

The Upper Tribunal has heard the Cambridge University Endowment Fund Appeal and has come to the same conclusion as the First Tier...

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Volunteering to increase?

I like this concept in theory, but it will place more obligations on employers.

It will also be interesting to see how the voluntary...

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Amazon's latest tax bill

Well, maybe its margins are so tight that it's not making much profit. Or maybe it pays its employees so well that its profits go to them.

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Interesting VAT

HMRC have lost their Court of Appeal Judgement in the Littlewoods Retail Ltd case in respect of Compound Interest. However, their...

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Teething problems with new pension rules?

So, for 55, you can take your pension pot in full, if you like. Except pension providers seem to be trying to charge too much for the...

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Need your passport to stay in London?

Here's a suggestion to rip off tourists — make them pay extra to stay in London hotels. But it won't apply to UK residents. We might...

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Paying taxes is now a marketing trick!

... or at least saying you pay all your taxes!

Skimping tax can still leave a bitter taste for coffee companies When Ethical Consumer magazine cast a critical eye over coffee shops’...…

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I'm not posh!

I got a job at Critchleys, which I consider to be one of the UK's top firms, even though I'm not "posh". (My special affection for chip...

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800th anniversary

Today's the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta. Considering the importance of the original, you'd have thought we'd have made a bit more...

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Press coverage from the Business Magazine

Oxford: Critchleys makes five partner promotions 11/06/2015 Chartered accountants and business advisers Critchleys has appointed five...…

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Costs of home ownership

The good news is that Stamp Duty Land Tax (which to pedants like me isn't the same as Stamp Duty, which is what you pay on share...

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Hard work saves VAT

Congratulations to the small business owner who took on HMRC successfully to argue that his product should not be subject to VAT. ...

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Multinationals might pay tax after all

Presumably bad PR is costing more than the tax, so some of the big multinationals are at least going to pretend to be willing to pay tax.

Several leading multinational companies have come a long way towards dismantling structures they have used to minimise their tax bills,...…

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You can save Energy but not VAT!

The EU has ruled that the UK's reduced VAT rate in respect of energy saving materials and their installation does not comply with the EU...

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Lack of agreement with Europe

The UK has never been a supporter of harmonising taxes acrss Europe. It looks like things haven't changed.

Plan for pan-European tax system dismissed Treasury minister has dismissed Brussels’ latest move to combat tax avoidance as “an answer...…

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Funding for the Charity Commission

This isn't the first reference to charities paying for their regulator; nor will it be the last, Any funding charge is bound to be...

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HMRC's "generosity"

There's a £100 penalty for not filing your tax return on time. Except HMRC are waiving penalties for those who appeal. It's sending...

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