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14m pension schemes shut down

Two pension schemes worth £14m have been wound up by the high court after an investigation...

Pointon York receives 50 FSCS claims

The failed SIPP firm is receiving claims for compensation in relation to due diligence...

Reasonable Endeavours Clauses Can Have Teeth

Unreasonable delay in fulfilling the terms of a contract is an unwise policy, as a recent dispute...

Investment fraud reports have doubled in the past year

Investment Fraud reports are set to hit record highs this year, with 8,000 filed...

Construction Industry VAT Changes Ahead

Businesses in the construction industry are reminded that on 1 October 2019 the new VAT domestic...

Lack of Due Diligence Gives Company Buyer Four Days in Court

When the sale of a company is taking place, it is usual for warranties to be given regarding how...

HMRC Errors Lead to Loss of Tax

Although getting one's tax return right is to be recommended, there are many grey areas in tax...

What Counts as 'Time Work'?

A recent case illustrates that decisions as to whether time spent by a worker who is on call...
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