4th Quarterly Property Poll

26.09.17 / Insight posted in

Welcome to the fourth edition of our quarterly 60 second property poll. We’re looking for quick responses to topical questions impacting the UK property industry which we can then share with our clients and contacts. If you have any suggestions for future poll questions please do share them with us. We’ll be closing the survey… Read more

Our education team along with law firm Stone King recently headlined an event with Catholic Independent Schools (CISC). The Leadership briefing which is open to all CISC members (aimed primarily at bursars) aims to support the leadership in Catholic schools and deepen their understanding of the sector with the latest news that could potentially affect… Read more

This guide had been produced by Morison KSi’s US member firms for the benefit of their clients and associate offices worldwide who are interested in doing business in the US. Its main purpose is to provide a broad overview of the various issues that should be considered by organisations when considering setting-up business in the… Read more

The enforcement of the National Minimum wage has significant implications for care workers who are currently, or have previously been paid a flat rate ‘sleep-in’ shift rate/ ‘on call’ allowance – a common method of payment for night shifts in the care sector. The issue is that the flat rate payment is likely to have resulted… Read more

Lynne Rowland gives the expert answer to a reader’s question in The Daily Telegraph on what will happen to any investment growth and income on their estate before the assets are distributed after their death.

Kingston Smith Corporate Finance (KSCFL) has advised youth, entertainment and technology specialist media buyer, MJ Media, on its sale to integrated agency Once Upon A Time. KSCFL was appointed to help find an acquirer for MJ Media and used its expert knowledge of the industry and extensive network to identify strategic acquirers. MJ Media received… Read more

Esther Carder has commented in PR Week on Bell Pottinger’s having passed into administration: “Whether anyone will be prepared to buy business [i.e. client relationships] that they could potentially just take on within a new or existing PR shop is doubtful, given so many clients and key personnel have already left. The value of a… Read more

On 6 September 2017, top 20 chartered accountants and business advisers, Kingston Smith, hosted a party to launch its new office in Redhill. The office is ideally located for clients in the local business community and in a prime position for access to London and the new Crossrail when it opens next year. The party… Read more

“Businesses have until the end of the month to put in place measures to ensure individuals working for them do not facilitate tax evasion. Perhaps because of limited resources, SMEs have largely ignored this deadline and have put themselves at risk of unlimited fines,” says Tim Stovold, head of tax at Kingston Smith. “Some SMEs… Read more

This guide has been produced by the Morison KSi Australian member firms for the benefit of their clients and associate offices worldwide who are interested in doing business in Australia. Its main purpose is to provide a broad overview of the various issues that should be considered by organisations when considering setting-up business in Australia…. Read more

4th Quarterly Property Poll

26.09.17 / Insight posted in

Welcome to the fourth edition of our quarterly 60 second property poll. We’re looking for quick responses to topical questions impacting the UK property industry which we can then share with our clients and contacts. If you have any suggestions for future poll questions please do share them with us. We’ll be closing the survey… Read more

CISC Leadership Briefing with Kingston Smith and Stone King

25.09.17 / Insight posted in

Our education team along with law firm Stone King recently headlined an event with Catholic Independent Schools (CISC). The Leadership briefing which is open to all CISC members (aimed primarily at bursars) aims to support the leadership in Catholic schools and deepen their understanding of the sector with the latest news that could potentially affect… Read more

Doing Business Guide – The United States

25.09.17 / Insight posted in

This guide had been produced by Morison KSi’s US member firms for the benefit of their clients and associate offices worldwide who are interested in doing business in the US. Its main purpose is to provide a broad overview of the various issues that should be considered by organisations when considering setting-up business in the… Read more

National Minimum Wage – Charities under scrutiny

21.09.17 / Insight posted in

The enforcement of the National Minimum wage has significant implications for care workers who are currently, or have previously been paid a flat rate ‘sleep-in’ shift rate/ ‘on call’ allowance – a common method of payment for night shifts in the care sector. The issue is that the flat rate payment is likely to have resulted… Read more

The Daily Telegraph: Ask an expert – will income from my estate be taxed after my death?

20.09.17 / Insight posted in

Lynne Rowland gives the expert answer to a reader’s question in The Daily Telegraph on what will happen to any investment growth and income on their estate before the assets are distributed after their death.

Kingston Smith Corporate Finance advises MJ Media on its sale to Once Upon A Time

20.09.17 / Insight posted in

Kingston Smith Corporate Finance (KSCFL) has advised youth, entertainment and technology specialist media buyer, MJ Media, on its sale to integrated agency Once Upon A Time. KSCFL was appointed to help find an acquirer for MJ Media and used its expert knowledge of the industry and extensive network to identify strategic acquirers. MJ Media received… Read more

PR Week: Bell Pottinger in administration, what’s next?

20.09.17 / Insight posted in ,

Esther Carder has commented in PR Week on Bell Pottinger’s having passed into administration: “Whether anyone will be prepared to buy business [i.e. client relationships] that they could potentially just take on within a new or existing PR shop is doubtful, given so many clients and key personnel have already left. The value of a… Read more

Kingston Smith celebrates new Redhill office

19.09.17 / Insight posted in

On 6 September 2017, top 20 chartered accountants and business advisers, Kingston Smith, hosted a party to launch its new office in Redhill. The office is ideally located for clients in the local business community and in a prime position for access to London and the new Crossrail when it opens next year. The party… Read more

Businesses risk unlimited fines over failing to prevent tax evasion

15.09.17 / Insight posted in

“Businesses have until the end of the month to put in place measures to ensure individuals working for them do not facilitate tax evasion. Perhaps because of limited resources, SMEs have largely ignored this deadline and have put themselves at risk of unlimited fines,” says Tim Stovold, head of tax at Kingston Smith. “Some SMEs… Read more

Doing Business Guide – Australia

15.09.17 / Insight posted in

This guide has been produced by the Morison KSi Australian member firms for the benefit of their clients and associate offices worldwide who are interested in doing business in Australia. Its main purpose is to provide a broad overview of the various issues that should be considered by organisations when considering setting-up business in Australia…. Read more

The 60 minute guide to understanding accounts for non-accountants

Starts: October 3, 2017 8:30am | W1T 1QL

In 60 minutes, this seminar will equip you with all the tools needed to understand accounts and the jargon commonly used. Participants will leave with: The tools needed to understand basic accounts An understanding of the jargon that is so frequently used If you are confused by figures and financial terminology and want to be… Read more

Charity Finance Summit 2017

Starts: October 17, 2017 8.45am | EC2M 3TQ

Incorporating the Charity VAT & Tax, Strategy & Risk and Investment conference streams, the Charity Finance Summit has grown to become the key learning and networking event for charity finance teams in the autumn conference season. We have carefully chosen sector experts who can provide you with relevant insight, informative case studies and compelling seminar… Read more

Creative Vision Award 2017 – Register Your Interest

Starts: October 17, 2017 6.30pm | W1D 7DT

Join us and the 2017 winners at this year’s Creative Vision Award for Charities  Register your interest to attend our evening of celebration where the films for this year’s winners Re~Cycle and Debra will be unveiled. Attendees will be the first to watch the winning films and mingle with other charities over drinks and canapés… Read more

General Data Protection Regulation Roadshow for Charities – Introducing GDPR – 31 October 2017

Starts: October 31, 2017 12.30pm | EC1M 7AD

With the first major review of Data Protection in the UK for 20 years, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) brings significant change and therefore risk for all charity organisations that process the data of supporters, members and customers. The GDPR is set to empower the public to take back control of their data like… Read more

General Data Protection Regulation Roadshow for Charities – GDPR Practitioner – 31 October 2017

Starts: October 31, 2017 3.30pm | EC1M 7AD

With the first major review of Data Protection in the UK for 20 years, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) brings significant change and therefore risk for all charity organisations that process the data of supporters, members and customers. The GDPR is set to empower the public to take back control of their data like… Read more

General Data Protection Regulation Roadshow for Charities – GDPR Practitioner – 7 November 2017

Starts: November 7, 2017 3.30pm | EC1M 7AD

With the first major review of Data Protection in the UK for 20 years, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) brings significant change and therefore risk for all charity organisations that process the data of supporters, members and customers. The GDPR is set to empower the public to take back control of their data like… Read more

General Data Protection Regulation Roadshow for Charities – Introducing GDPR – 7 November 2017

Starts: November 7, 2017 12.30pm | EC1M 7AD

With the first major review of Data Protection in the UK for 20 years, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) brings significant change and therefore risk for all charity organisations that process the data of supporters, members and customers. The GDPR is set to empower the public to take back control of their data like… Read more

Kingston Smith Media Sector Corporate Finance drinks

Starts: November 8, 2017 6.00pm | W1D 4QB

We hope you can join us for an informal evening to celebrate the 5 year anniversary of our specialist Media Sector Corporate Finance team. Take this opportunity to meet with our team and network with other like minded business people in your sector. Our Kingston Smith Corporate Finance team provide expert advice on selling media… Read more

Free Charity Impact Measurement Seminar

Starts: November 16, 2017 4.30pm | RM1 1JU

Kingston Smith Fundraising and Management are delighted to be offering a seminar which explores the following: How charities and non-profits understand and communicate their impact Examples of how impact frameworks including SROI have been used by charities in practice Practical ways to help you present your charity’s impact and fundraising messages Participants will leave with: A… Read more

General Data Protection Regulation Roadshow for Charities – GDPR Practitioner – 4 December 2017

Starts: December 4, 2017 | EC1M 7AD

With the first major review of Data Protection in the UK for 20 years, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) brings significant change and therefore risk for all charity organisations that process the data of supporters, members and customers. The GDPR is set to empower the public to take back control of their data like… Read more

‘Maximising value for sale’ part 2

Maximising Value for Sale – Getting your tax position right

Maximising Value for Sale – Getting your legal position right

Maximising Value for Sale – How to get your market position/brand positioning right

Maximising Value for Sale – Attracting Buyers

Maximising Value for Sale – The seller’s perspective

Richard Cummings, Director at Kingston Smith HR Consultancy, considers how businesses can manage organisational changes and the challenges it can present

Richard Cummings, Director at Kingston Smith HR Consultancy, explains the various options for businesses in terms of offering the right salary and benefits

Richard Cummings, Director at Kingston Smith HR Consultancy, explains onboarding and how to onboard new staff effectively

Dinah Regan, Senior Consultant at Kingston Smith HR Consultancy, discusses the important factors to keep in mind during the recruiting process

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