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International trade: Figuring out the right approach for Canada

A UK company may establish a business presence in Canada through either a branch or a subsidiary company. For many reasons, including taxation, most foreign companies in Canada choose to set up a subsidiary rather than a branch operation.

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23 Jun 17
Helen Cowley

Allspeeds ahead across the Atlantic

For the last 30 years, three generations of the Grant family in Canada, operating under the name Variators, have been involved in distributing products on behalf of Accrington-based Allspeeds as one of the company’s few carefully selected distribution partners.

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17 May 17
Keith Elliot, General Manager and Engineering Director, AllSpeeds Ltd

Big changes for small companies

The last few months have seen some big changes for small companies, much of which have been brought about by the EU Accounting Directive, which is now part of Company Law in the UK.

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4 May 17
Simon Read, Cassons

Investing in Australia

David Ross, a Partner at Walker Wayland in New South Wales, which is part of the global accounting association BKR International, explains why British businesses are increasingly gravitating towards Australia.

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26 Apr 17
David Ross, Walker Wayland NSW

Making a difference with Payroll Giving

Les Nutter, Managing Partner of Cassons explains why he personally and Cassons are firmly committed to Payroll Giving, and he explains why other employers should consider adopting it.

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3 Apr 17
Les Nutter, Managing Partner

A roaring success in the Lion City

An award-winning business with customers in more than 50 countries, Lancashire’s Hurst Green Plastics expanded into Asia thanks to a strong relationship with a partner in Singapore.

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20 Mar 17
Sophie Dunand Clarke, Marketing Manager at Hurst Green Plastics

Budget 2017 reaction: Small business rates

New valuations for business rates come into effect on 1 April 2017.

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16 Mar 17
Ashley Hayman

Spring Budget 2017

The Chancellor’s Spring Budget was really a bit dull, until the announcement of a tax rise that appears to be a clear breach of the Conservative Party 2015 election manifesto not to raise certain taxes or national insurance.

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9 Mar 17
Colin Tice

Price reduction for NatWest and RBS Xero bank feeds

NatWest and RBS have agreed to reduce the fee they charge to Xero for bank feeds.

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2 Mar 17
Tony Reynolds

Q & A: Doing business in New York State

Frank Schettino, Managing Partner at Anchin, Block & Anchin, a firm of accountants based in New York City, talks about business in the big apple.

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22 Jan 17
Frank Schettino, Managing Parnter at BKR Firm Anchin, Block & Anchin
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