Albert Goodman represented on Somerset Chamber Board

The Somerset Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors has been strengthened with the appointment of two new Directors this year, including Charles Olney from Albert Goodman.  Albert Goodman has been a member of the Somerset Chamber of Commerce since 2001. Speaking about his appointment to the Board, Charles said, “I have worked for a variety […]

Reform puts pensions back on the ‘tax planning map’

At some point most business owners and directors will face the prospect of having to pass on their business to the next generation, oversee a trade sale, or in some cases sadly having to simply ‘close the doors’. Whichever outcome, the ability to replace the income previously generated by their business as tax efficiently as […]

George Osborne announces the date for his 2015 Budget

Chancellor George Osborne has announced he will deliver his last budget of the parliament on Wednesday 18th March 2015. Appearing before the Commons Treasury Committee the Chancellor confirmed the 2015 Budget date, his sixth of the current Parliament, which will be delivered less than two months before the General Election. The Autumn Statement delivered earlier […]

Albert Goodman partnership wins significant agricultural property relief case for farming family

Leading South West chartered accountants and tax consultants, Albert Goodman, in partnership with law firm Clarke Wilmott, wins agricultural property relief (APR) case for client, who receives an inheritance tax repayment of approximately £140,000 plus interest.  The win overturns HM Revenue and Customs’ (HMRC) decision after two years of correspondence. Despite accepting HMRC’s argument at […]

Registered Care Managers – The Cornerstone of Good Care

There is no doubt that a ship without a Captain is going to go aground at some time in its journey. This applies across the whole range of industry and commercial enterprise and is not in dispute. The BBC Radio 4 You and Yours programme (5 Nov 14) brought this thought to mind when it […]

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