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Paying employees working overseas

If you are thinking about setting up German operations, one of the key requirements will be staff and whether you choose to hire local people or second existing UK personnel.

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8 Apr 15
Helen Cowley

Germany - an attractive place to do business

As the largest economy in Europe, Germany’s consistently strong economic performance offers long-term growth potential for UK businesses.

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2 Apr 15
Petra Owen, Associate Partner, Hansa Partner, Germany

Budget 2015: a considered view

Colin Tice, Tax Partner offers his considered view of the 2015 Budget.

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24 Mar 15
Colin Tice

Implementing a workplace pension scheme

We’re talking to many clients at the moment about workplace pensions and we’re hearing lots of questions about employee contracts. These relate in particular to amending or implementing workplace pension schemes to meet auto enrolment obligations.

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26 Feb 15
Claire Haworth, Napthens Solicitors

Just for the record…

Keeping good records is something we all know we should do, especially if we’re self-employed, but sometimes the business of running a business just gets in the way.

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24 Feb 15
Tony Reynolds

EU VAT postal scam

Businesses should be on the look-out for a postal scam that has re-surfaced again after initially appearing several years ago.

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17 Feb 15
Tom Blenkinsop

Sage announce ‘End of Life’ for users of v2012 software

As from 26 January 2015 Sage will be withdrawing support for v2012. Due to this ‘End of Life’ announcement, users can no longer upgrade software at the upgrade price, and must pay the RRP licence price.

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9 Feb 15
Joanne Halsall

Is doing business in Dubai really ‘tax free’?

A zero-tax policy and economic ‘Free Zones’ have helped Dubai to recover faster from the global financial crisis than most other countries.

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27 Jan 15
Helen Cowley

ISAs - the transfer of tax breaks

The Chancellor announced in the Autumn Statement that ISAs will be able to be passed on death to a surviving spouse or civil partner without losing the tax breaks.

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26 Jan 15
John Davenport, Director, Cassons Financial Planning Limited

The Netherlands - it’s a pleasure doing business

The Netherlands is widely considered to be an attractive place for UK exporters to do business. We ask Peter Janssen, a tax consultant at Flynth in Arnhem, what makes it so appealing.

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22 Jan 15
Peter Janssen, Flynth, The Netherlands
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