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Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings (ATED) - news article image

Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings (ATED)

by Sarah Gardener

26 Mar 2018

ATED is an annual tax payable mainly by companies that own UK residential property with a value in excess of £500,000

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Shaw Gibbs advises sale of The First Financial Consultancy to Royce Compliance Consultancy - news article image

Shaw Gibbs advises sale of The First Financial Consultancy to Royce Compliance Consultancy

by Clifford Brown

26 Mar 2018

Shaw Gibbs has advised the sale of The First Financial Consultancy (TFFC), a highly regarded FCA compliance adviser

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I have a friend who has said my business would benefit from being a Limited Company. Are they right? - news article image

I have a friend who has said my business would benefit from being a Limited Company. Are they right?

by Gary Hamilton

22 Mar 2018

The tax efficiencies of owning a Limited Company have been chipped away at in recent years, however, there are still opportunities for many Sole Traders / Partnerships by operating as a Limited Company.

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Exercising Pension Freedoms - what do I need to consider? - news article image

Exercising Pension Freedoms - what do I need to consider?

by Tim Davison

1 Mar 2018

Q: I would like to access my pension fund using “Pension Freedoms” but I am concerned about the fund running out too quickly. What do I need to consider?

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Stakeholder considerations in Corporate Voluntary Arrangements - news article image

Stakeholder considerations in Corporate Voluntary Arrangements

by Clive Everitt

22 Feb 2018

Corporate Voluntary Arrangements (CVA’s) have returned to the headlines in recent months with cases involving High Street names such as Toys R Us, Byron Burgers and Jamie’s Italian. Agreements will have to be reached with all key stakeholders to gather support for the CVA whilst also keeping the company trading in the short term. Reflecting on recent cases, plus our own experiences here are a few comments on what each stakeholder is likely to consider before a CVA is agreed.

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Shaw Gibbs supports Excelothene with strategic acquisition - news article image

Shaw Gibbs supports Excelothene with strategic acquisition

by Fran Kidd

9 Feb 2018

Shaw Gibbs Corporate Finance team have assisted Excelothene, a leading supplier in polythene packaging, with its strategic acquisition of Shrink 1st.

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How does a growing company benefit from being audited? - news article image

How does a growing company benefit from being audited?

by Steve Neal

26 Jan 2018

In the UK, a statutory audit is required if a company meets certain criteria however, an annual audit is an opportunity to glean a valuable insight into your business without bias. If a company is growing quickly, it can be beneficial to opt for an annual audit, whether or not the criteria have been met. This article covers the reasons why growing companies benefit from opting to audit.

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The importance of stakeholder consultation - Toys R Us and Carillion PLC - news article image

The importance of stakeholder consultation - Toys R Us and Carillion PLC

by Hayley Simmons

17 Jan 2018

Ascertaining who the most important stakeholders are at an early stage in an insolvency and ensuring they are consulted with is crucial for rescue plans to run smoothly. Our article covers the recent Carillion and Toys R Us cases.

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Can I transfer my late husband’s investments into my name? - news article image

Can I transfer my late husband’s investments into my name?

by Ed Gibson

2 Jan 2018

My husband died recently, do I need to cash-in his investments or can they be transferred into my name?

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How do authors account for income and pay taxes? - news article image

How do authors account for income and pay taxes?

by Lorna Watson

2 Jan 2018

In accounting and tax terms being a novelist is a trade. All the basic rules for preparing accounts for a trading business - and for the taxation of that business - apply to authors. However, some additional special rules apply to income and expenditure.

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Shaw Gibbs host the fourth FAB Accelerator finale - news article image

Shaw Gibbs host the fourth FAB Accelerator finale

by Fran Kidd

8 Dec 2017

Monday 4 December 2017 saw Shaw Gibbs hosting the fourth finale of FAB Accelerator

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Shaw Gibbs join forces with Insolvency Squared - news article image

Shaw Gibbs join forces with Insolvency Squared

by Fran Kidd

1 Dec 2017

Read about how Shaw Gibbs have expanded their insolvency offering in London as they join forces with Insolvency Squared.

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Shaw Gibbs advise the owners of Building Supplies Online on their strategic partnership with Cairngorm Capital - news article image

Shaw Gibbs advise the owners of Building Supplies Online on their strategic partnership with Cairngorm Capital

by Clifford Brown

30 Nov 2017

Take a look at how Shaw Gibbs' Corporate Finance team advised the shareholders of Building Supplies Online on their strategic partnership

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Insolvency Practitioners working together for the better - news article image

Insolvency Practitioners working together for the better

by Clive Everitt

27 Nov 2017

This case study exemplifies how Insolvency Practitioners can work together to help clients to recover their businesses.

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The 2017 Autumn Budget: a summary - news article image

The 2017 Autumn Budget: a summary

by Fran Kidd

23 Nov 2017

In a change to the long established budget timetable the Chancellor delivered the first Autumn Budget for 20 years.

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Why we chose Marylebone to develop our London office - news article image

Why we chose Marylebone to develop our London office

by Alex Lord

20 Nov 2017

Following the recent announcement of our London office expansion, we wanted to take a step back and share why we chose Marylebone as the perfect location to set up a second office and grow our operation in the capital.

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Shaw Gibbs continue London growth with office expansion - news article image

Shaw Gibbs continue London growth with office expansion

by Alex Lord

13 Nov 2017

Shaw Gibbs have expanded their London office in Devonshire Street, Marylebone. Read on to find out more about the firm's growth.

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Top 10 tips for implementing a company grievance procedure - news article image

Top 10 tips for implementing a company grievance procedure

by Kerry Whitfield

8 Nov 2017

In light of recent harassment claims, we give our top 10 tips for implementing company grievance procedures.

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What is ATOL and how could it have helped Monarch's customers? - news article image

What is ATOL and how could it have helped Monarch's customers?

by Insolvency team

27 Oct 2017

Following the collapse of Monarch Airlines, we look at the impact of ATOL - the UK's Air Travel Organisers' License Scheme.

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Monarch Airlines, its stakeholders and creditors - news article image

Monarch Airlines, its stakeholders and creditors

by Insolvency team

19 Oct 2017

Following the recent collapse of Monarch Airlines, unsurprisingly the battle lines are starting to be drawn as various stakeholders are looking to gain advantage from the situation.

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