Profiling AG tax staff

To introduce you to our eclectic mix of tax team members, we will interrogate members of the AG tax team each month.   This month it is the turn of Dominic Crilly, a tax partner based  in our Taunton office. Q.  Dominic, can you provide a brief summary of how your tax career developed following […]

Albert Goodman Supports Dorset Business Day

Dorset Business Day Dorset Business Day is taking place on Wednesday, 28th June 2017.  This free event, sponsored by Weymouth and Portland Chamber of Commerce will provide advice and information on a selection of everyday topics plus a range of specialist workshops throughout the day. Weymouth College will play host to a wide range of […]

FRS 102 for Farmers

Not just accountants technical jargon but impacting your accounts   One of the most substantial changes to accounting standards in a generation is now in force with the introduction of the key new standards FRS 102, FRS 102.1A for small entities and FRS 105 for micro entities.   Whilst this might sound like technical jargon […]

Are You Really Farming?

Why does “Farming status” matter? “Farming status” is a very important question for those who ‘farm’ their land through grazing or cropping licenses, contract or share farming arrangements. HM Revenue and Customs are often raising this question – whether you are farming or not can have significant tax consequences. The case of John Carlisle Allen v HMRC […]

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