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Charity Sector Struggling
Charity Sector Struggling

Charity Sector Struggling

Steve ElliottBy Steve Elliott On 5 April 2016 Comments: 0

A Guardian survey of more than 1,000 charity professionals in 2013 found that one in ten did not expect their charity to exist in 5 years.

The Consumer Debt Iceberg
The Consumer Debt Iceberg

The Consumer Debt Iceberg

Steve ElliottBy Steve Elliott On 22 February 2016 Comments: 0

They say that “imitation is the sincerest form of flattery” and the Republic of Ireland have just revised their personal insolvency legislation for the second time in 3 years to now virtually mirror that of the UK.

Last chance for “money box” liquidations!
Last chance for “money box” liquidations!

Last chance for “money box” liquidations!

Steve ElliottBy Steve Elliott On 25 January 2016 Comments: 0

Those of you who have read my recent article on the potential for an increase in the taxation of company distributions, should be aware that things have moved on apace.

Pensions in Bankruptcy
Pensions in Bankruptcy

Pensions in Bankruptcy

Steve ElliottBy Steve Elliott On 18 December 2015 Comments: 1

Pensions in Bankruptcy, Back to the Future or will Common Sense Prevail?

Planning for 2016
Planning for 2016

Planning for 2016

Steve ElliottBy Steve Elliott On 16 December 2015 Comments: 0

We are now starting to look forward and plan what we want 2016 to bring and it is now more important than ever for corporate clients to spend time considering their business structure.

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