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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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New pension rules a success?

So now, over 55's (and I'm one of them) can more easily access their pension funds. And it seems lots of them have. (As it happens, I'm...

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Not just here then...

Sounds like there are dodgy dealings in property in Vancouver, and speculation is making property unaffordable. Familiar story?

The Canada Revenue Agency has launched an investigation into the red-hot housing market in Metro Vancouver, where rampant speculation,...…

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Record for new businesses?

On the face of it, this is a positive statistic. You can never be sure, though: new businesses are sometimes no more than employees...

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HMRC and technology

There is a suggestion HMRC could lose our confidence because of it's technology problems. I think it's maybe a bit late for that!

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) risks losing the confidence of individuals and businesses in the development of new digital systems because...…

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Vast majority of SMEs vulnerable to cyber attacks and IT threats, survey finds

Are businesses leaving themselves hugely exposed by having weak risk management systems and in some cases none in place at all?

According to a CareersinAudit.com survey, nine in ten SMEs are vulnerable to cyber attacks and other IT threats. Data leakage, which...…

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Pokemon Go: An Issue for HR?

Pokémon Go (the augmented reality game) was launched in the UK last week. You may have noticed the vast numbers of people wandering the...

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"Interesting" ideas

I must stress that I am sharing this because these are interesting ideas and categorically not because I agree with them.

Use Brexit to 'reboot Britain' - and cut corporation tax to 0%, says think tank

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Road tax losses

I don't know, but it's possible that the getting rid of the tax disc confuses people about renewal, but it could be that people...

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I hope they win some of them...

HMRC fights a lot of cases in the Courts, often on complicated technical grounds. They do win a lot, but it's frightening to see how much...

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Possible Labour tax policy

Of course, they have to get elected first!

One contender for the leadership sets out some thoughts on taxation.

Labour has been "too timid" about taxation, leadership hopeful Owen Smith has said, and pledged that he would raise the top income tax...…

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Sugar tax delays?

The drinks industry has seized on Brexit to try to get the new sugar tax delayed.

The UK food and drink industry is calling for the sugar tax to be mothballed as manufacturers face a shortage of workers, cost inflation...…

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The French get even?

France is using the Brexit vote to muscle in on London's financial services.

The appearance was the signature event in an unlikely charm offensive unleashed by the Hollande government following the UK’s surprise...…

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Contractor tax

Some "contractors" are really just employees dressed up to appear self-employed, while some are genuine businesses. IR35 hasn't worked...

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Stamp Duty Land Tax unintended consequence

The Telegraph reckons it has spearheaded a campaign to stop an excessive SDLT charge when a house is bought with a granny annexe. Not...

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Tax cuts on the way?

There are proposals to cut taxes for companies (but not individuals, at least not yet). The UK would have the lowest company tax rate of...

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Are our tax treaties unfair?

Some international charities argue that the tax treaties we have with developing countries are often unfair, in that too much of the...

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