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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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Keep our pension rules?

They are so good and so generous that a lot of people are desperate to keep them

'Pension Isas' will encourage pensioners to buy Lamborghinis Steve Webb, a former pensions minister, has warned the Chancellor not...…

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Transfer pricing — the flipside

Some people said Starbucks in the UK were dodging taxers by paying too much in royalties for the use of the name. Here, it appears that...

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Tax rises hit property market

Sales of properties worth more than £1 million continued to fall in June in the wake of the chancellor’s higher stamp duty rate on...…

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Labour's tax plans

It's probably five years until an election, but the promises are starting now.

Labour to 'redistribute wealth' with middle class tax raids The shadow chancellor, will set out an economic plan that will include...…

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More pension reform?

We seem to get major pension reform every couple of years now. There's talk of more. The pensions industry is trying to argue against it...

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Why should I blog?

Blogging, or using Passle, is a fantastic way to highlight your specialist knowledge to potential clients and ultimately generate new...

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Offshore property ownership

Private Eye has produced an interactive map that allows you to check what property is owned offshore.

Selling England by the offshore pound OVER the last year Private Eye has revealed the extent of ownership of British land by offshore...…

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The new nil-rate band

It's controversial, but it still looks like we'll get the Inheritance Tax additional exemption for leaving property to descendants. Some...

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Good time for London tech start ups

At Critchleys we're seeing lots of business plans for technology start ups, and this article provides a useful summary of what investors...

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More unhappy people

So, you create a new tax allowance, but not everyone can benefit. Those that can't are no worse off than before, but they are unhappy...

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Change of attitude to tax avoidance?

Big companies don't think tax avoidance is acceptable. But they are open to legal ways to reduce tax. I thought that that was what tax...

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Childless people might get upset with new tax policy

So there is to be a new Inheritance Tax allowance of up to £175k a person on leaving your house to your descendants. Not fair to those...

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Autumn Statement

We now have a date!

Chancellor announces OBR forecast alongside the Spending Review

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Drinkers are tax heros!

It turns out that the idea that drinkers are a drain on society is totally wrong — they put a lot more into the system in extra tax than...

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Agriculture tax breaks

We've got so used to them that we've stopped questioning them. Yet they help distort the price of land hugely.

Britain’s farmland has become a tax haven. Who dares reform it? With soaring prices and generous tax breaks, speculation on...…

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Good to see I'm not the only one to have doubts

The new HMRC online tax return system – will this really simplify things for small business owners?

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Anti-corruption? Or police state?

It's the old line that the innocent have nothing to hide, but it's still a scary idea

Suspiciously rich could be ordered to surrender their wealth, Sir Eric Pickles says Sir Eric, the Government's anti-corruption...…

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Charity trustees - new guidance on responsiblities

There was an extensive consultation on this last winter. The summary was that should means should (ie should doesn't mean "if you...

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New dividend rules

Not everyone's happy with the new rules for taxing dividends from April 2016.

I think they are quite clever, actually. They catch...

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