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We'd like to extend our congratulations to Business Advisory Partner, David Nelson, who has been appointed to the role of Senior Partner in recognition of his contribution to the success of our multi award-winning organisation.

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Corporate Finance

It’s true - larger businesses are typically more sought after in the world of M&A. They often attract a wave of investors for a variety of reasons – their scalability, their return on investment, their access to economies of scale... the list goes on.

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We today announce that our group chairman, Andy Delve, is to step down from his role at the end of June.

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House of Fraser has been a beacon on the British high street for over 150 years. Starting life as a humble drapery shop in Glasgow, Scotland it steadily transformed into the third largest group of department stores in the UK, with 59 stores.

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

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HMRC have announced their decision to delay plans to introduce digital tax services for individuals, as its focus shifts to Brexit amid our impending exit from the EU.  

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Corporate Finance

Smith Cooper’s Corporate Finance division are delighted to announce two May deals, which completed within a week.

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Professional staff members from Smith Cooper recently travelled to Prague to attend the EMEA Regional Conference of the firm’s international alliance of independent accounting and law firms.

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Midlands based Accountants and Business advisors Smith Cooper are delighted to announce their Corporate Finance team were awarded not one, but two Awards last night at the Insider East Midlands Dealmakers Awards.

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As HMRC strive to tackle non-compliance amongst tax payers, it is more important than ever that you, as a taxpayer, adhere to the imposed deadlines and guidelines governing self- assessment tax returns.

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In the case involving Brabners last year (which they lost) the Tribunal concluded that the act of obtaining electronic property searches from a search agent formed part of the overall service provided by a firm to its client. This was on the basis that the searches enable the solicitor to advise and therefore, the fees for those searches could not be treated as (VAT free) disbursements for VAT purposes.

 

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Representatives from Smith Cooper were in Prague from 9th-11th May for the Alliott Group 2018 Europe, Middle East & Africa Regional Conference.

 

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As we continue to expand our specialist services offering, we're delighted to announce the appointment of VAT and Indirect Tax Senior Manager, Julian Rosser.

 

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Corporate Finance

We're exceptionally proud to announce our Corporate Finance team have been shortlisted for not one, not two, but three Insider Dealmaker Awards!

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Anyone who has traded in the restaurant industry will be familiar with the substantial and onerous overheads that need to be met in order to simply operate, and even more so in the current economic climate. 

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A PSA is an annual arrangement under which the employer enters into an agreement to bear tax and Class 1B Employers NIC on specific small, non-cash, items that HMRC deem to be taxable that you do not want to include on P11D and give the employee a liability to tax.

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Partner and Head of Tax at Smith Cooper, Jackie Hendley, based in our Birmingham office, has been appointed as a member of the rapidly expanding Sutton Chamber of Commerce committee.

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Smith Cooper Tax Tips

29 March 2018

As we approach the end of another tax year, now is the perfect opportunity to consider tax year end planning, whether you have made full use of the reliefs and exemptions available to you and what you should consider going into the new tax year.

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