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11Dec2017
news  How much can I pay into my pension?
If you are thinking of making pension contributions this tax year, the amount of tax relief available to you will depend on three factors:
8Dec2017
news  Hazlewoods Corporate Finance team advise on the sale of New Partnerships' supported living and residential care business
Hazlewoods Corporate Finance, led by John Lucas, are pleased to announce that they have recently advised on the sale of New Partnerships Ltd to the Regard Group.
6Dec2017
news  Health and Care Focus - Autumn 2017
Home rates update: are fee increases ahead of wage inflation?
1Dec2017
news  Property Agent Matters - Winter 2017
Our latest edition of Property Agent Matters is now available.
1Dec2017
news  HMRC policy change on reimbursed expenses provides chance to amend historic R&D claims
An opportunity has arisen for companies to go back and amend their research and development (R&D) tax claims, following a change in HMRC guidance.
30Nov2017
news  Event Gallery - Big Fat Tax Breakfast November 2017
On 30 November 2017, local bankers and solicitors attended the Hazlewoods Big Fat Tax Breakfast at Pittville Pump Room.
29Nov2017
news  The cheerful Chancellor
You would have thought that with slower growth figures and problems over productivity a Chancellor, nicknamed Eeyore, would have been full of doom and gloom.
28Nov2017
news  HLB International appoints member firm in Oman
HLB International, one of the leading global accountancy networks with presence in 140 countries, continues its growth with the recent signing of a new member firm in Oman – Chartered Accountants Group.
23Nov2017
news  Autumn Budget - What do businesses think?
It is perhaps of no surprise that there were no controversial measures announced from the Chancellor of a minority Government. The last thing they need at the moment is a Finance Bill that is not passed by the House, but what does this mean to local businesses?
22Nov2017
news  Autumn Budget - Company cars and vehicle changes from 6 April 2018
The Chancellor continued with his promise to improve the environment by attacking diesel cars and vans and by encouraging electric vehicles.

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