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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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Pension statistics

The fear that pension investors would blow all their pensions on fast cars may have been misplaced. The amounts withdrawn are big in...

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Tax statistics

Not saying whether this is good news or bad news, but the poor are paying less Income Tax and the rich are paying more

Almost half of Britons pay no income tax while the richest are now shouldering the biggest burden on record, a new analysis has found. ...…

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Apple should pay more tax?

It's not clear, but when Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak says it should pay more tax, it doesn't seem to be his own money he's trying to...

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G4S loses in Court

But the idea that G4S deliberately ran up what must be £2.9m of parking fines just to save £580k of tax is somewhat implausible!

G4S 'ran up parking fines in bid to avoid £580,000 in tax': Judge accuses firm after it tried to claim penalties were a legitimate...…

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Tax evasion clampdown

Companies could be fined for simply not preventing tax evasion under new (and quite harsh) rules.

U.K. Plans Unlimited Fines for Helping Corporate Tax Evasion Employers must show they took precautions to stop illegality ...…

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Grannies are safe!

There was some speculation that the additional 3% Stamp Duty Land Tax would hit the purchase of properties with granny annexes. Not sure...

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Cyber security

I've just bumped into this report on cyber security which was published last month. It is worth a read due to the pace of change in...

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Corbyn's tax return was wrong!

I think I'll write to Jeremy and suggest he comes to Critchleys so that we can do his return for him. We'll have to charge, him of...

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Defending privacy?

Or covering themselves? MPs aren't happy about the idea of publishing their tax returns.

MPs have responded angrily to the possibility of being forced to publish their tax returns, describing the idea as “completely...…

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Redefining "avoidance"?

David Cameron has handled the Panama Papers disclosures really badly. And I can't tell if he or his family have been up to something...

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Tax havens: good or bad?

Tax havens have had a lot of bad press in the last few days. Here is someone trying to be a bit more positive about their role.

Tax havens are cog in global economy, say defenders The release of the Panama Papers has made vivid the role played by tax havens in...…

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Rubbish from The Telegraph

"Loopholes" are defects in the tax legislation which weren't intended and allow people to dodge tax. The Telegraph has listed some tax...

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Quantum computing: Game changer or security threat?

Superfast quantum computers could transform the world of finance, advocates say.

This is why banks, insurance firms, and hedge funds invest millions on technology to give them an edge when trading, and to offset human...…

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Panama papers: UK tax havens 'should face direct rule'

Since 2009, many attempts have been made to crack down on abuses. More than 700 tax transparency deals have been signed globally.

The government should consider imposing "direct rule" on its overseas territories and dependencies if they do not comply with UK tax law,...…

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Panama Papers issue grows

The billions concealed offshore may well not be just to do with tax evasion (or avoidance) but actual criminal proceeds. But the leak has...

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UK's "sin taxes"

We pay more than nearly everyone else in the EU

Nanny State Index: 'Excessive' regulation and 'sin taxes' make UK the worst place in the EU to be a wine drinker or smoker ...…

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Tax, the French way

A French minister who was supposed to be spearheading the attack on tax evasion turned out to be doing it himself! He's now involved in a...

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