I have a client who repairs agricultural equipment. He operates in a partnership, and does not have any employees. He uses subcontractors when additional labour is needed.
I very occasionally get asked to advise US clients on residency matters, UK tax and US tax returns. These are US expats who are still required to file in USA.
I know there are a few providers that look to tie in with accountants and resell protection insurance to a client.
Company suffered large loss of stock, machinery due to major fire but received an insurance payout for;
The wife and son of a geologist who is presumed dead after being abducted in Angola have won an appeal against HMRC over a tax charge on a life assurance payment.
Earlier this week the factory next to my warehouse burnt down and the flames stopped 20 feet from my door . It got me thinking . Let's say we went up in smoke and let's say we submitted a claim .
Big Four firm KPMG, plus individual members of the ICAEW and CIMA, are being investigated for their conduct of audits into Lloyd's Syndicate 218, the underwriting group behind the UK’s fifth larges
Insurance premiums incurred by members of Lloyd’s of London insurance market can no longer be deducted before profits from the reinsured underwriting business are taxed, the government has anno
An accountant needs professional indemnity cover as much as a skydi
Is car insurance paid by the company for an employee using a company car classed as a benefit in kind?