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Tax Matters: New York

Entrepreneurs wishing to incorporate a new business in New York should be aware of the various registrations requirements and legal hurdles they will have to jump over to set up in this key business city.

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20 Jan 17
Helen Cowley

The story behind – Cassons Changes

You will have seen some old props and perhaps picked up on one or two David Bowie references, but have you picked up the whole story behind the making of Cassons Changes?

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21 Dec 16
Jill Murray

Autumn Statement 2016

Tax Partner, Colin Tice, looks at the main changes for business announced in the 2016 Autumn Statement.

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24 Nov 16
Colin Tice

Relationships are the key to export success

Simon Blackley, Sales Director at John Spencer Textiles, talks trading with Italy and shares the key to their export success.

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2 Aug 16

Why it’s important to take a longer-term view as Britain comes to terms with the Brexit vote

A month on from the referendum vote, Steven Greenwood, Director of Cassons Financial Planning discusses why it is important to take a longer-term view as Britain comes to terms with Brexit and explains the widespread suspension of UK commercial property funds and what it could mean for you.

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28 Jul 16
Steven Greenwood, Director, Cassons Financial Planning Limited

Trading with Italy - VAT

Tom discusses the VAT rules and regulations you may face when trading with Italy.

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27 Jul 16
Tom Blenkinsop

Brexit: the tax consequences (Pt. 2)

The second part of our mini blog series on the potential tax consequences of Brexit. This time, Helen looks specifically at VAT, Import duties and Import VAT and The Single Market.

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15 Jul 16
Helen Cowley

Brexit: the tax consequences

Helen Cowley, Tax Partner at Cassons, considers the potential tax consequences of Brexit.

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13 Jul 16
Helen Cowley

Apprenticeship Levy - not just for large employers

In the Summer 2015 Budget a new tax in the form of an apprenticeship levy was announced, to be introduced from April 2017. As details are announced, it seems there may be a problem for certain smaller employers.

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27 Apr 16
Colin Tice

Budget 2016: A considered view

Colin Tice, Tax Partner, gives his considered view of the Budget 2016.

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22 Mar 16
Colin Tice
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