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The Budget 2017: Stamp Duty Land Tax

The Chancellor’s speech was heavily focussed on housing, with £44 billion promised over the next 5 years in the form of capital funding, loans and guarantees to build 300,000 new homes each year on average by the mid 2020s.

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22 Nov 17
Colin Tice

Expert view: Doing business in South Africa

Indileni Nambala talks opportunities in South Africa, what makes it attractive and considerations you need to make if you're setting up there.

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16 Oct 17
Indileni Nambala, Senior Tax Consultant, Boake Incorporated, Johannesburg South Africa

South Africa: Open for Business

Companies establishing a business presence in South Africa should consider if they wish to trade via a branch or a subsidiary company.

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10 Oct 17
Jane Hivey, Tax Consultant

HMRC scam: Calls threatening legal action

YOU can’t imagine hearing anything more alarming at the other end of the phone than HMRC threatening you with a law suit.

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7 Sep 17
Colin Tice

Expert view: Finding favour in the eastern Med

Alex Fielding, Tax Adviser at Cassons, looks at why Cyprus is an attractive place to do business.

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24 Jul 17
Alex Fielding, Tax adviser, Cassons

Sunny times return to Cyprus

Cyprus presents good opportunities for UK exporters, including CWV Wallcoverings, the company behind three well-known, trusted wallpaper brands; Crown, Coloroll and Vymura.

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18 Jul 17
Neil Fletcher, Sales Export Manager at CWV Wallcoverings

An island of golden opportunities

Angelos Theodorou, Executive Director of Euroglobal SEE Audit Limited who are members of global accounting association, BKR International, tells us why Cyprus should be on the radar for British businesses looking to spread their wings.

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18 Jul 17
Angelos Theodorou, Executive Director of Euroglobal SEE Audit Limited, Cyprus

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
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