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Don't be fooled by appearances - That message from HMRC might be fake

Fraudsters will seldom have your name, so the way they address you may be a giveaway. If you signed up to HMRC subscription services, they should usually use the name you've given them.

Booth Ainsworth Quiz Night 2017

Come and join us at Edgeley Park on Thursday 9th February 2017 for our 14th spectacular Quiz Night. This year we are offering a goodie bag per person, great raffle prizes, winning trophy, quiz pack - just bring yourself and three team mates!

Sole trader of limited company - some points to consider

The Finance Act 2015 introduced major changes to the way in which business owners are taxed on profits extracted from a company - in particular by way of dividend.

Married couples and civil partners can reduce their tax burden - Four ways to do this!

By far the most common example of switching income between spouses is to put savings into the name of the spouse with the lowest tax rate.

Uber Ruling - Domino effect

The consequences of the ruling are far reaching as employers must pay holiday pay, sick pay and other statutory payments.

Why being a landlord is about to become a lot more expensive

All residential landlords with mortgage interest or other finance costs will be affected, but some will see greater tax increases than others. An example would be when the change results in your taxable income exceeding certain income limits/thresholds.

An Evening with Lord O'Neill of Gatley

Eagle eyed people would have spotted Jim's numerous interviews on the ITN news following the event last Thursday, 29th September and also on the North West news and the Sunday Politics Show.

Why honesty is always the best policy

If you fail to prevent or report bribery, you're committing an offence, so it's in everybody's interests that you have proper procedures in place.

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