Recovery Matters – January 2019

08.01.19 / Insight posted in Newsletters

“I predict a riot”! Ian Robert, partner at Kingston Smith & Partners LLP, welcomes you to the winter edition of Recovery Matters The Kaiser Chiefs played at my local music festival last year. While the song was possibly not, when penned, examining the ‘perfect storm’ hitting the high streets, it could have been. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist…

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Association Matters – Autumn 2018

13.12.18 / Insight posted in Newsletters

Kingston Smith’s latest newsletter specifically for membership organisations and trade associations In this issue: • Making Tax Digital for membership bodies • Is your organisation digitally fit for the future? Making tax Digital (MTD) is being introduced in April next year and is arguably the most radical change in taxation in recent years. MTD could…

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Recovery Matters – Autumn 2018

18.09.18 / Insight posted in Newsletters

Companies facing winding up proceedings Ian Robert, partner at Kingston Smith & Partners LLP, welcomes you to the Autumn edition of Recovery Matters. Companies struggling to pay their creditors in a timely manner might be presented with a winding-up petition. With the right advice, this situation can be managed properly and sensitively. A winding-up petition…

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Tech Newsletter – Summer 2018

28.08.18 / Insight posted in Newsletters

The UK continues to strengthen its position as a global tech leader. Technology is a critical component of UK growth with the digital sector expanding at a rate twice as fast as the overall economy. The UK technology environment is setting new standards for tech ecosystems around the world. However in order to keep this…

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Indo-UK Patrika – Summer 2018

22.08.18 / Insight posted in Newsletters

Welcome to our summer 2018 edition of Indo-UK Patrika, an informative newsletter keeping you up to date on topics of interest on the Indo-UK business corridor. Whether you are a prospective or existing inward investor from India investing in the UK or the other way around, you will find something of interest to read in…

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Over the Channel – Summer 2018

21.08.18 / Insight posted in Newsletters

Welcome to our summer 2018 edition of Over the Channel, an informative newsletter keeping you up to date on topics of interest on the UK-Europe business corridor. Whether you are a prospective or existing inward investor from Europe investing in the UK or the other way around, you will find something of interest to read…

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Across the Pond – Summer 2018

21.08.18 / Insight posted in Newsletters

Welcome to our summer 2018 edition of Across the Pond, an informative newsletter keeping you up to date on recent changes and topics of interest on the UK-US business corridor. Whether you are a prospective or existing investor from the US investing in the UK or the other way around, you will find something of…

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Weekly VAT Update – 25 July 2018

25.07.18 / Insight posted in Articles, Newsletters

The European court holds that in four cases the restriction of the right to deduct input tax is unlawful The Court has released judgments in four cases relating to the general principles of VAT. They are referred to as Intreprinderea, Volkswagen, Biosafe and Zebrus. Each one starts by stating that it is a fundamental principle…

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Professional Firms Insight – Summer 2018

20.07.18 / Insight posted in Newsletters

Welcome to the summer 2018 edition of Professional Firms Insight. Ongoing Brexit negotiations continue to dominate the political and economic sphere. In this period of Brexit uncertainty, the majority of our professional firm clients are reporting solid but unspectacular growth in fee income and flattening profits as firms continue to invest in people, technology and…

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Weekly VAT Update – 6 July 2018

06.07.18 / Insight posted in Articles, Newsletters

Circularity of legislation Circularity of legislation can arise where a taxpayer wishes to sell an opted building or land but  and at the point of sale, the building or land is not a capital item in the capital goods scheme. However if the sale price exceeds £250,000 and is subject to VAT due to the…

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