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Needless Self-Assessment

Needless Self-Assessment HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), say that thousands of taxpayers each year are needlessly filling out self-assessment forms. Because more than a million people have still not completed […]

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HSBC help millionaire’s tax evasion

HSBC help millionaire’s tax evasion HSBC, one of the world’s largest financial institutions, helped wealthy clients in many countries of the world to avoid hundreds of millions of dollars in […]

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Bank of England to cut its policy meetings to 8 per year

Bank of England to cut its policy meetings to 8 per year The Bank of England (BoE) has launched “significant improvements” in its transparency, accountability and governance. Among these are […]

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A committee of Parliament recommends that Scotland controls their income tax

A committee of Parliament recommends that Scotland controls their income tax Parliament’s Smith Committee, charged with assessing the powers handed to Scotland, has recommended the transfer to the region, powers […]

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British GDP in 2014 recorded its best performance

British GDP in 2014 recorded its best performance since before the credit crisis of 2008 The British economy grew 2.6% in 2014, its best performance since before the credit crisis […]

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How to organise your Self-Assessment tax return

Your Self-Assessment LLP members are taxed on their individual income during a Self-Assessment. Each member is accountable for listing their Self-Assessment with HMRC, arranging and filing tax returns, as well […]

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The mansion tax scaring London’s millionaires

The mansion tax scaring London’s millionaires The rich with residence or property in Britain are trembling at the possibility of the so-called mansions tax being imposed. For now, it is […]

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The Government will sell up to 5% of Lloyds for approximately £3.7 billion

The Government set to cash in on Lloyds The UK government has launched the next phase to reduce its stake in Lloyds Banking Group, which provides sales in the next […]

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British inflation, the lowest since 2000

British inflation, the lowest since 2000 Inflation in consumer prices in Britain fell in December to its lowest level since May 2000 and the trend suggest that this will continue […]

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Explaining Accounting Reference Dates

Accounting Reference Dates Explained Often abbreviated as ‘ARD’, accounting reference dates are the ending of the financial year for either a limited company or a limited liability partnership (LLP). When […]

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