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Try our Accountancy Christmas Quiz...Yule be Glad (Tidings) you did!

In the wind down to Christmas, we thought something a bit light-hearted was called for, so we’ve compiled a quiz of a seasonal nature (with an accounting 'twist') so your time spent doing this won’t be entirely pointless...

Government Announces Changes to Child Trust Funds (CTFs) Rules

The government has made the announcement that children with savings in Child Trust Funds (CTFs) will be able to convert them to Junior ISAs, from 2015. ...

Merry Christmas from all the Partners and Staff at Mitchell Charlesworth

All the partners and staff at Mitchell Charlesworth would like to take this opportunity to wish you a Merry Christmas. 2013 has been quite a year for Mitchell Charlesworth: ...

Government Outlines Partnership Crackdown in Finance Bill 2014

Professional services partnerships will have to reconsider their corporate structure following this year’s Autumn Statement and Finance Bill which specifically looks to clamp down on ‘disguised employment’ in Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs) and the ...

Chester Office Get Into the Christmas Spirit to Raise Money for Charity

Chester-nuts roasting on an open fire, Jack Frost nipping on your nose, Although its been said many times, many ways, Merry Christmas to you... Mitchell Charlesworth's Chester office have been getting into the Christmas spirit and raising money for charity by taki...

RTI Compliance Deadline Extended for Micro Businesses (Nine or Fewer Employees)

HMRC has announced an extension of the deadline for micro businesses to comply with real time reporting of Pay As You Earn (PAYE) records. ...

The Autumn Statement 2013 - Partnerships and the Manipulation of Profit and Loss Allocations

Partnerships & Targeting the Manipulation of Profit and Loss Allocations: Before the Autumn Statement there was much anticipation surrounding how the government plans to introduce new measures to counter the perceived manipulation of profit and loss allocation...

The Autumn Statement 2013 - The Impact on Businesses

The Chancellor’s affirmation in the Autumn Statement that the economy is actually growing, following years of downgraded forecasts and economic doom and gloom, should be welcomed by businesses and individuals. It is a sign that companies can, perhaps, finally star...

The Autumn Statement 2013 - What it Means for Individuals

In his Autumn Statement, the Chancellor outlined various measures that will have an impact on individuals regarding their income, taxes, savings and investments. Below Mitchell Charlesworth’s experts outline the main announcements and analyse some of the main changes in detail:...

The Autumn Statement 2013 - Expert Analysis, Commentary and Opinion

On 5th December 2013, Chancellor George Osborne delivered his Autumn Statement which outlined the state of the UK economy and provided an update on the government's planned spending and taxation plans for 2014 and beyond. ...

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