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 […]

Taking back UK farming’s accounts.

As an agricultural accountant, my “day job” is producing accounts for our farming clients, to help them understand the financial performance and position of their business. But what if we apply that process to the whole of UK Farming Ltd? What can we learn about the current health of the sector and its ability to […]

Cross border legal considerations – Top Tips

Peter Singfield and Duncan Sykes of Foot Anstey provide their five top tips on the legal considerations of cross-border business. Understand your IP portfolio & the laws within the country you wish to trade. Your branding and the uniqueness of your products can be the crown jewels of your business. Most IP rights work territorially (or regionally for […]

Delay to roll out of tax-free childcare

The government has announced a delay to the roll out of tax free childcare which was expected to be fully implemented by the end of the year. From 24 November 2017 the service is available to parents whose youngest child is under 6 or who has their 6th birthday on that day. Parents can apply online through the childcare service which […]

The Cost of Care

Meeting the challenges for Care Homes needs forward-looking planning. The cost of care seems to be constantly in the news at the moment, with many homes struggling to make ends meet. In readiness for the year ahead budgets are being prepared, care home owners need to project the true cost of care looking forwards so […]

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