How to avoid tax avoidance

Tax avoidance, it seems, is perceived to be morally bankrupt, egregious, only just short of scaring the horses. With that in mind, here are some pointers to politicians and anyone else who wants to join the mad scramble away from being labelled a tax avoider: Don’t pay into a pensio
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Bank of England Summary – February 2015

We’ve all enjoyed the benefits of fuel price reduction, but the attached Bank of England report explains the effect that this has had on the Rate of Inflation…
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Corporate Manslaughter – Why do you need to know about this?

Had another interesting conversation with a client today, which has prompted me to post this article.  As a firm of accountants, we also provide HR through our specialist in-house team and the topic talked about today was Corporate Manslaughter. The client didn’t know the rules; do
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