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July 2017

 
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We are pleased to announce the promotion of Michael Roome to Partner in our Business Recovery and Insolvency team (“BRIS”).

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Our multi award winning Corporate Finance division were named SME Advisory Team of the Year 2018 at the Midlands Insider Dealmaker awards on Thursday 13th September.

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We are delighted to welcome back Sam Thompson, a Senior Insolvency Administrator in the Nottingham office, to his original role at Smith Cooper this week, following a 4 month sabbatical to go travelling.

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We are celebrating continued expansion in our Nottingham office with a complete office refurbishment, in conjunction with Butler and Willow.

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HMRC have recently released the latest Advisory fuel rates that come into effect from 1 September 2018.

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We have today announced that our longest serving member of staff, Peter Hargreaves, is to retire from the firm after no less than 42 years, but will remain in touch for the foreseeable future as a part time consultant.

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Adecco UK Ltd and others have lost a case at the court of appeal that has widespread implications on the VAT treatment of temporary workers.

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Our Business Recovery and Insolvency division are delighted to announce that Director, Michael Roome, has obtained his Insolvency Practitioner licence.

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Sun, sea and HMRC

13 August 2018

As holiday makers flock to the airport in their droves and prepare for a week or two of rest and relaxation, the last thing on most people’s minds will be their tax returns.

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HMRC has stepped up their hunt for extra revenue by increasing the number of penalties imposed on taxpayers for ‘deliberate’ errors on tax returns by 46% in the last 12 months up to 6,125 in 2017/18 from 4,138 in 2017/18.

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In a recent inheritance tax case involving HMRC and Mrs Joyce Graham, the tax payer has been victorious in a Business Property Relief claim.

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The European Commission (EC) who is responsible for moulding the EU’s strategy, proposing and implementing EU laws and policies, and upholding EU agreements, has issued a letter of formal notice to the UK government regarding two types of tax reliefs.

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Corporate Finance

Interest rates on the up

2 August 2018

The Bank of England has today announced a rise in interest rates, from 0.5% to 0.75%, the highest it’s been in almost 10 years but still an incredibly low rate on a historic basis. So, what does this rise signal for the wider economy?

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Celebrating the achievements of M&A professionals within the Midlands, the Insider Awards are highly coveted within the industry – so we’re delighted to announce our Corporate Finance division have been shortlisted for two of them!

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On Friday 27th July, over 50 cyclists took to the Derbyshire hills as part of our third cycling sportive alongside British UCI Continental team professional cyclists, Vitus Pro Cycling team.

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We are thrilled to announce several key promotions and award successes, strengthening our presence in the region.

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HMRC have announced changes to both the taxation of non-residents’ capital gains on UK immovable property, and the Capital Gains Tax payment window for residential property gains for UK residents.

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HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has published further information on MTD to support businesses and agents in the run up to the start of the mandatory MTD VAT service from April 2019.

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Jackie Hendley, Head of Tax at our award winning firm, has been appointed Regional Vice Chair for the West Midlands Institute of Directors.

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Corporate Finance

The launch of the £2.5bn British Patient Capital programme (which will operate as a subsidiary of business development bank British Business Bank backed by the British government) aims to provide long-term finance to the next generation of UK start-ups, and will invest alongside private firms as part of a long-term plan first announced by chancellor Philip Hammond in October.

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