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Many chartered surveyors are running thriving practices, but only a small proportion plan for the ongoing success of the business after they depart. Succession planning is key if you're intent on maintaining your legacy.
Welcome to the Autumn edition of Buzzacott's Professional Practices Group Newsletter. Featuring news and insights on the latest updates to impact the industry, read the newsletter to stay informed.
The UK’s departure from the European
Union will have significant short-,
medium- and long-term impacts. Here,
we share our thoughts on how Brexit
will impact the charities, businesses and private individuals Buzzacott supports.
Many architects are running thriving practices, but only a small proportion plan for the ongoing success of the business after they depart. Succession planning is key if you're intent on maintaining your legacy.
From the 26 June 2017, new rules were introduced to implement the EU’s Fourth Money Laundering Directive that requires all‘taxable relevant trusts’ to register with HMRC online. If you have not registered already, the deadline is less than 2 months away.
Claire Collins left school at 16 and was told by her parents ‘don’t bother with qualifications’. After a brief spell in the civil service she worked in an accountants and found a job she loved. She is now a Director at Buzzacott. Hear about her journey here.
The 2016 Autumn Statement introduced important changes to the Income Tax and National Insurance Contributions
(NIC) of certain types of beneﬁts in kind (BIK). Why the new rules?
Difficult partners come in many guises and present numerous risks to a firm. If not dealt with effectively the risks will increase. So, how is it best to deal with them from a HR perspective?
One of the first questions many
business owners ask when setting up
a new venture is whether to set up a
Private Limited company (LTD) or a
Limited Liability Partnership (LLP). What are the differences?