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February 20, 2012

New Pension Laws Will Have Huge Impact on Business

See our February column from Audit Partner Michael Parkinson in the Uxbridge Gazette entitled New Pension Laws Will Have Huge Impact on Business.
February 20, 2012

ESC C16 changes

Company owners are set to lose a tax efficient way of closing down companies they no longer need and extracting the profits.  Currently they can withdraw any amount of profit and have it taxed at (usually) lower Capital Gains tax rates using the “Extra Statutory Concession C16” method of informal liquidation.
January 22, 2012

Making economic sense

Our Michael Parkinson provides his views on the results of the recent Barnes Roffe SME survey in an article published in the Uxbridge Gazette.
January 21, 2012

The “Voice”

The outcome of the Barnes Roffe SME survey of more than 1,000 businesses in December 2011 can now be read in Topical Tip 171. We have called this the “Voice” and hope to continue sharing business sentiment with you in the months ahead.
January 20, 2012

Business Briefing: How Bad is the Economy?

See our January column from Audit Partner Michael Parkinson in the Uxbridge Gazette entitled Business Briefing: How Bad is the Economy?. . .
December 20, 2011

BIS proposal to change audit exemption criteria

CITY AM publishes our Mario Cientanni’s comments on the latest proposal to change the audit exemption criteria.
November 29, 2011

Comments on Autumn Budget Statement

Our Keith Mason shares his thoughts on the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement in an article published in the Financial Times.
November 25, 2011

BARNES ROFFE MEETS ROBERT VAUGHN

Robert Vaughn, the last surviving member of The Magnificent Seven was in Leytonstone last week shooting a British comedy film, The Magnificent Eleven. The film, loosely based on The Magnificent Seven is produced by Barnes Roffe clients Angry Badger Pictures Ltd and Plumcourt Productions Limited.
November 24, 2011

Quoted in SMEWeb

Our Paul Hughes’ comments on the latest R & D tax credits pilot scheme was published in SMEWeb. To read the article, please click this link.
November 20, 2011

R&D tax credits – Join the Pilot Scheme

There are generous tax breaks to companies involved in Research & Development. For every £100 spent on qualifying R&D a company can currently claim a tax deduction of £200 and a loss making company can receive immediate tax refunds from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC).
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