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Recovery Matters – Summer 2017

22.06.17 / Insight posted in

There are only two things guaranteed in life ……..but what happens when an estate is insolvent? Ian Robert, partner at Kingston Smith & Partners LLP welcomes you to the Summer edition of Recovery Matters. It is a common misconception that, when a person dies, his/her debts are automatically discharged. This is not the case and,… Read more

Createch – the emerging category in which technology enables new forms of creativity and vice versa – was celebrated as a new growth opportunity for the UK at a unique gathering of business leaders, entrepreneurs and creatives. Kingston Smith was delighted to sponsor the Createch 2017 conference, part of London Technology Week – the first substantial… Read more

Kingston Smith, the top 20 firm of chartered accountants and business advisers with an office in Redhill, is delighted to sponsor the Air Aid Ball 2017. This popular event is organised by local people to benefit communities in Kent, Surrey and Sussex by supporting the Air Ambulance Service, which does not receive any direct government… Read more

Charity Awards 2017 winners announced!

21.06.17 / Insight posted in

Kingston Smith’s Charity team are pleased to support the 2017 Charity Awards. Now in its 18th year, the Awards are run annually by Civil Society and reward organisations that have performed exceptionally well in areas of their charity’s activity. We are delighted that some of the winners are Kingston Smith Clients and we are very… Read more

The Financial Times looks at six steps to take back control of personal finances amid the uncertainty caused by the unexpected General Election result. The article features Head of Tax, Tim Stovold’s, comments on how the Conservative manifesto pledge to tackle the “misuse” of trusts means that anyone thinking of putting assets into trusts should… Read more

If you employ more than 250 people in the UK, it’s likely that you’ve heard that Gender Pay Gap Reporting will affect your business. As at 30 April 2017, you need to have reported on the pay differential between male and female employees in your organisation. The detail will then need to be published on… Read more

Kingston Smith has responded to HMRC’s consultation on the new late filing penalty regime that will apply once Making Tax Digital has been introduced. Under Making Tax Digital, all except the smallest businesses will be required to maintain accounting records digitally, and to provide summaries of these to HMRC on a quarterly basis. The figures… Read more

Association Matters – Spring 2017

12.06.17 / Insight posted in

Kingston Smith’s latest newsletter specifically for membership organisations and trade associations. In this issue: The General Data Protection Regulation Employee Remuneration & Benefits Seminar invitation: Optimising Member Engagement in 7 Steps In our first article we look at The General Data Protection Regulation which comes into effect in May 2018. Our second article looks at… Read more

Andrew Constable, Tax Partner, has an article published in the FT Adviser on what the outcome of the election means for business taxation.

If you are thinking of selling your business in the future, it is imperative that you are as prepared as you can be before embarking on the sales process. At our second ‘Maximising value’ workshop, we looked at the core components integral to getting your business in the right condition for sale. In this video,… Read more

Recovery Matters – Summer 2017

22.06.17 / Insight posted in

There are only two things guaranteed in life ……..but what happens when an estate is insolvent? Ian Robert, partner at Kingston Smith & Partners LLP welcomes you to the Summer edition of Recovery Matters. It is a common misconception that, when a person dies, his/her debts are automatically discharged. This is not the case and,… Read more

Createch 2017 spotlights emerging UK opportunity

22.06.17 / Insight posted in

Createch – the emerging category in which technology enables new forms of creativity and vice versa – was celebrated as a new growth opportunity for the UK at a unique gathering of business leaders, entrepreneurs and creatives. Kingston Smith was delighted to sponsor the Createch 2017 conference, part of London Technology Week – the first substantial… Read more

Kingston Smith sponsors the Air Aid Ball 2017

21.06.17 / Insight posted in

Kingston Smith, the top 20 firm of chartered accountants and business advisers with an office in Redhill, is delighted to sponsor the Air Aid Ball 2017. This popular event is organised by local people to benefit communities in Kent, Surrey and Sussex by supporting the Air Ambulance Service, which does not receive any direct government… Read more

Charity Awards 2017 winners announced!

21.06.17 / Insight posted in

Kingston Smith’s Charity team are pleased to support the 2017 Charity Awards. Now in its 18th year, the Awards are run annually by Civil Society and reward organisations that have performed exceptionally well in areas of their charity’s activity. We are delighted that some of the winners are Kingston Smith Clients and we are very… Read more

The Financial Times: Six steps to survive post-election financial uncertainty

20.06.17 / Insight posted in

The Financial Times looks at six steps to take back control of personal finances amid the uncertainty caused by the unexpected General Election result. The article features Head of Tax, Tim Stovold’s, comments on how the Conservative manifesto pledge to tackle the “misuse” of trusts means that anyone thinking of putting assets into trusts should… Read more

Gender Pay Gap Reporting is here…but what’s the point?

15.06.17 / Insight posted in

If you employ more than 250 people in the UK, it’s likely that you’ve heard that Gender Pay Gap Reporting will affect your business. As at 30 April 2017, you need to have reported on the pay differential between male and female employees in your organisation. The detail will then need to be published on… Read more

Making Tax Digital – Late filing penalties

13.06.17 / Insight posted in ,

Kingston Smith has responded to HMRC’s consultation on the new late filing penalty regime that will apply once Making Tax Digital has been introduced. Under Making Tax Digital, all except the smallest businesses will be required to maintain accounting records digitally, and to provide summaries of these to HMRC on a quarterly basis. The figures… Read more

Association Matters – Spring 2017

12.06.17 / Insight posted in

Kingston Smith’s latest newsletter specifically for membership organisations and trade associations. In this issue: The General Data Protection Regulation Employee Remuneration & Benefits Seminar invitation: Optimising Member Engagement in 7 Steps In our first article we look at The General Data Protection Regulation which comes into effect in May 2018. Our second article looks at… Read more

FT Adviser: Andrew Constable discusses what the election outcome means for business taxation

09.06.17 / Insight posted in

Andrew Constable, Tax Partner, has an article published in the FT Adviser on what the outcome of the election means for business taxation.

‘Maximising value for sale’ part 2

09.06.17 / Insight posted in ,

If you are thinking of selling your business in the future, it is imperative that you are as prepared as you can be before embarking on the sales process. At our second ‘Maximising value’ workshop, we looked at the core components integral to getting your business in the right condition for sale. In this video,… Read more

Employment Tax Seminar

Starts: June 29, 2017 5.30pm | RM1 1JU

Having seen important changes to employment tax over the last couple of years, we would like to invite you to an Employment Tax seminar. This session has been designed to help and advise businesses facing the challenges of tax compliance in today’s changing environment. HMRC expect every employer to be compliant with the law and… Read more

Optimising Member Engagement in 7 steps

Starts: July 6, 2017 11.30am | EC1M 7AD

Member Engagement is very topical for associations and whether you are looking to improve your member acquisition, increase member retention or increase future potential growth, it should always be a focal point for your organisation. Following on from our very successful Lunch & Learn event ‘How to create an effective Member Engagement Plan’ with MemberWise… Read more

Corporate Finance Drinks evening

Starts: July 12, 2017 6.00pm | C4V 5EA

Kingston Smith Corporate Finance invites you for an informal evening to re-connect with our team and mingle with other like minded business people. Date:  Wednesday 12 July 2017 Venue: Patch Bar, 58-60 Carter Ln, London EC4V 5EA Time: 6pm – 9pm Places are limited so book quickly to avoid disappointment.

60 minute guide to understanding charity accounts

Starts: July 13, 2017 4.30pm | AL1 3TF

With charities having to cope with so many financial pressures, it is vital that Trustees have an understanding of charity accounts to help them carry out their duties, fulfil their responsibilities and recognise the early signs if the charity is facing difficulties. If you’d like to understand the figures and financial terminology and want to… Read more

KS Alumni – Surf’s up! The KS Way…..

Starts: September 21, 2017 6.30pm | WC1B 5BJ

Join us for the 2017 annual Kingston Smith Alumni party being held at the fantastic Beach Bar, Montague on the Gardens, Bloomsbury. This exclusive and quirky venue is an experience indeed. Come and network with your former colleagues enjoying coconut cocktails and BBQ canapés, whilst taking jet ski selfies. And, if you fancy a quieter… 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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