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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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Kipling cake firm Premier Foods gets new bid approach

Premier, the maker of Mr Kipling cakes and Bisto gravy, revealed last week that it had already rejected two takeover offers from McCormick.

Shares in UK food manufacturer Premier Foods have risen more than 8% in early trade after US spices and herbs maker McCormick upped its...…

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Caveat emptor!

Someone who bought into an aggressive tax scheme tried to sue the adviser who talked him into it when it turned out it didn't work. But...

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Future of pensions isn't set

Tax relief on pensions isn't changing — yet. But I'm not the only one that thinks reform may still be on the agenda.

Association of British Insurers (ABI) director general Huw Evans has warned MPs not to be ‘complacent’ about pension tax relief after the...…

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Hidden tax rises

They pretend National Insurance isn't a tax. So if it goes up, that's not a tax rise, is it?

But the reason why your pay packet still seems to have the same or more tax coming out is that other bit of income tax Osborne doesn’t...…

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Fizzy drink tax could lose its sparkle

Not everyone thinks that the proposed tax on sugary drinks is such a good idea.

George Osborne must U-turn on his ludicrous sugar tax After climbing down on so much, like disability cuts, the Chancellor must do it...…

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Taxi avoidance

Here's another one up to it...

UBER has put together an opaque corporate structure to slash its tax bill in overseas markets — including Britain. The controversial...…

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Budget 2016 summary: Key points at-a-glance

George Osborne has delivered his eighth Budget as chancellor. Here are the main points of what he said.

A new sugar tax on the soft drinks industry to be introduced in two years' time, raising £520m a year to be spent on doubling funding for...…

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The future of pensions?

So, there are no major changes to pension tax relief. But we will have the "Lifetime ISA" for the under 40's from 2017. Is this intended...

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Osborne and the two Budget numbers that matter

At stake is his economic reputation. And the small matter of the security of Britain's economic future.

It doesn't take long reading through last July's Budget and November's Autumn Statement to stumble across the difficult bits - what some...…

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Blogs from the Charity Commission

Even the Charity Commission has started a blog! I attended its recent open meeting in Southampton, which was broadcast over the internet...

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Ready for the Budget?

I'm all excited for tomorrow! No, not because it's the Budget, but because it's my birthday tomorrow. But there is a Budget as well. It's...

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Grant contest launches for small businesses with international ambition

A helpful grant for small businesses to apply for, especially if you are looking to expand overseas in the future.

The FedEx Small Business Grant Contest will give small businesses the chance to win up to £20,000, with Fedex looking to help these...…

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The issues facing entrepreneurs in deprived areas

Baroness Michelle Mone, OBE, has concluded her research into barriers facing those in disadvantaged around the UK in becoming self employed.

The top barriers, the review found, were primarily emotional. Lack of confidence was number one, followed by loneliness, income...…

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Isa market hit by 'worst' savings deals, says Moneyfacts

Will the introduction of a new personal savings allowance in April mean a move away from cash ISA's?

Low interest rates and changes to savings taxation are resulting in "perhaps the worst Isa season on record", a financial analyst said....…

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Where there's a Will...

This isn't a tax matter, although we tax specialists will care about it. It's a case where what seems to have been a valid Will has been...

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