Accountancy Blog

Our accountancy blog is updated monthly with our opinions on a variety of issues affecting our clients and the industry sectors we cover.

Should I Relocate my UK Business Oversees? – PART II

This is the second part of a two part blog where we attempt to address some of the practicalities that face them. The first part was a general overview and now we will look in more detail at the various trading options open to moving a limited company abroad.

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Should I Relocate my UK Business Oversees?

Brexit, Scottish Independence, the rise of populism and nationalism… we are in, without doubt, one of the most unsettled political eras in recent times. This lack of stability in the political environment has created an incredible amount of restlessness amongst UK businesses as they await decisions from the political elite that could have drastic implications […]

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GWA Focus – Our Haddington Office

The New Year is traditionally a time for evaluating the past and looking towards the future. It is just over a year since the partners of N C Campbell & Co Chartered Accountants and Greaves West & Ayre announced the merger of their practices. We asked Ewan Millar who has been a partner in the […]

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Year End Tax Planning Opportunities

With the 5 April tax year end approaching now is a good time to review your personal finances and the planning opportunities that are available to help minimise your tax liabilities. Dividends Anyone who runs their business through a limited company is able to extract the first £5,000 of dividend income tax free, irrespective of […]

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Don’t Leave the Future to Chance

Don’t Leave the Future to Chance.
Partner Colin Frame shares some thoughts on Farm Succession Planning.
In simple terms when we talk about farm succession we mean the long term plan for the farming business. In practice it is difficult to cover all of the taxation and accounting issues surrounding succession in farming across the generations in one short article, but here goes . . .

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