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When surrender means winning

One of the most important developments affecting the owner managed business in their capacity as an employer over the next two to three years will be the implementation of auto enrolment. 581 more words


Korea-Tax Reform Proposals for 2015

The Ministry of Strategy and Finance of Korea announced the Tax Reform Proposals for 2015 on 6 August 2014.

According to the proposals a  new corporate accumulated earnings tax will be levied on excess cash of large corporations with equity capital exceeding KRW 50 billion (US$49 million). 150 more words


Inclusive Growth – some steps in the right direction

Last week I emphasised the need for strong definitions when using ‘inclusive growth’ in strategies and work plans. I also highlighted some possible ingredients that should be considered for this. 412 more words

Private Sector

Chuka Takes Donation From Tax Avoidance Firm

Chuka Umunna has received a £2,500 donation from a firm which advises its clients on how to swerve HMRC rules to help them avoid tax. Signature Tax paid the sum two weeks ago, with the money  255 more words


Psst! Do you want to know a secret?

It’s been quiet on these pages over the summer holidays. Not that stuff doesn’t happen, but getting up late and being out of the country means I’ve missed most of it. 664 more words

Money Matters - Autumn 2014

Money Matters, the Autumn 2014 newsletter from Hart Shaw is now available to download from our website.

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The newsletter covers a number of topical issues including the one-stop VAT service which is being introduced to deal with the forthcoming change in the place of supply rules for those businesses providing EU ‘digital services’. 344 more words

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Is now the time to invest?

A number of Government approved investment schemes are available to encourage private individuals to invest in smaller high risk unquoted trading companies, and with effect from 2014/15 in social enterprises. 364 more words