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Family businesses - ownership vs. stewardship

Stories abound of family business empires that lost everything over a few generations. The saying "Rich father, noble son, poor grandson"...

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How can book keepers stay on top of things?

Being your company’s bookkeeper can be a pressurised role but by following a few simple guidelines you can make sure that it’s a case of...

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Is tax a key driver behind the "gig" economy?

How do you create a balance between flexibility and entrepreneurship and workers' protection and business benefits in today's so-called,...

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Cambridge - the UK's Life science Capital

I am continually encouraged by the investment going into Cambridge - this is another great example!

As PwC Fast Growth Company tax leader...

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Innovation, innovation, innovation.

Innovation is to businesses what location is to real estate. However, it is an ingredient that sometimes seems harder to find in family...

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What's the added value in your tax data?

Analysing data isn't new. But with the rapid advances in analytics technology making it easier and cheaper to cross reference all sorts...

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HMRC - keeping a digital eye on your accounts

Now that we've got used to e-filing tax returns,  HMRC, like a number of other tax authorities, is now keen to move this to the next...

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