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Accountants – Disciplinary Process

If you are a member of ICAEW (or other accounting or auditing body) and have a complaint against you I would advise legal help with your approach at the earliest stage, even if the legal help is on an intermittant … Continue reading

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Osborne’s Budget 2013: Income Tax Relief Won’t Ease Pain of VAT Hike, Says TUC

“If the chancellor really wants to make a difference to family budgets he should look at reversing his VAT hike and cuts to vital tax credits and benefits.” Ok tax fans, I’m looking closely for anyone, ever (other than a … Continue reading

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Osborne is urged to slash 15% off VAT for building industry

“If VAT on services such as property maintenance, repairs, refurbishment, alterations and extensions was reduced by 15 per cent, for say two years, it would give a significant boost to the building and construction industry and kick-start this sector into … Continue reading

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France Delays VAT Hike On ‘Personal Services’

“The rise in the French VAT rate from 7% to the standard rate of 19.6%, as called for by the European Commission, was initially due to apply in France from April 1. However, the Government decided to postpone the measure … Continue reading

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iSoft Accountants Set For Disciplinary Hearing

I was asked about this case recently. It’s from a year or two back but this article may answer some questions. http://www.accountant.co.uk/news/2011/Sep/isoft-accountants-set-for-disciplinary-hearing-90785466.html Eamon McNicholas Tax Barrister, Accountant http://www.EamonMcNicholas.com Eamon has advised and successfully represented accountants who have faced disciplinary hearings … Continue reading

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Margaret May v CIMA – Judgment Expected

The High Court judgment in the judicial review of Margaret May and CIMA is now expected to be delivered in late March or early April. A high-profile case in itself, it is hoped the High Court ruling might also give … Continue reading

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