Tax

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Autumn Statement 2016

The Chancellor Philip Hammond’s inaugural Autumn Statement was not expected to deliver widespread tax changes and other than some tweaking at the edges, this was what we got.

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The financial benefits of patenting

The potential benefit of R&D Tax Relief has been widely documented. Patent Box is the next step in the government’s ‘growth through innovation’ initiative, ensuring that companies continue to derive tax breaks following the development phase of a project.

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Autumn Statement 2015

Read our in-depth reaction to George Osborne's Autumn Statement.

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Budget 2015 - Analysis

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Summer Budget 2015

Read our reaction and findings from the Budget announcements made on 8 July 2015.

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Tax News Summer '15

The latest news from our tax team including the end of the tax return, changes to pension planning, flexible ISAs, tax on land transactions, deeds of variation and ultra-low vehicle emission tax changes.

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Property owners - New tax rules

The government’s summer budget 2015 introduced new tax rules for property owners which will take effect from April 2016. The following article explains the effects of the new tax rules in further detail and provides a few examples of how these changes are likely to impact property owners.

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Purchase Ledger VAT Review for Charities

Many charities are losing large sums of money in overcharged VAT... Cowgill Holloway’s Purchase Ledger VAT Review is a no-win no-fee service that has recovered thousands for clients across the sector.

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Corporate Finance

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Corporate finance advisory services

Our corporate finance advisors work with entrepreneurial businesses, their owners and management teams at various stages of their life cycle. We are an active advisor creating, negotiating, structuring, and managing transactions for clients across all sectors. Take a look at the work we have done and how we can help your business with its next move.

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Recruitment Leaders' Lunch - How to maximise the value of your business - presentation slides

On Tuesday 14 June, Cowgill Holloway's Corporate Finance Partner, Paul Stringer, presented “how to maximise the value of your business” to an audience of business owners in the recruitment sector at a joint event with JMW solicitors, NatWest and I-COM. If you’d like to know more about the event, visit our news page.

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Business Recovery

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Business Recovery News Aug 15

Read the latest from our business recovery team from the latest insolvency statistics to understanding when a CVA is right for you.

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How our Business Recovery team helped one business on the road to recovery

Our business recovery team don't just use formal insolvency procedures to help businesses. Here is a case study of how we recently helped one business get back on track after some difficult challenges.

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Business Recovery News May 15

Read about the latest insolvency figures, the impact of the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 on the insolvency process and how the redundancy in insolvency is back in the spotlightfollowing the collapse of City Link.

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Business Recovery Opportunity March 17

A business opportunity has arisen to purchase the businesses and assets of a North West Audio visual design, supply and installation company.

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Business Breakfast Update

The slides for our recent presentation at the Macron Stadium regarding the new Insolvency Rules 2016.

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Wealth Management

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Cowgill Holloway Wealth Management - November/December edition

Have you considered all the potential costs of
retiring? Some people find their expenses fall
once their working life ends, but it’s important
not automatically to assume that all your
expenses will go down – some may increase,
such as heating and leisure costs. The constantly
evolving landscape of legislative change provides
both challenges and opportunities in the
retirement planning process.

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Cowgill Holloway Wealth Management - July/August edition

Are you in a position to retire?
Is a question many people consider, but struggle to figure out.

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Cowgill Holloway Wealth Management - May/June edition

Brexit - Impact on financial markets ahead of the EU referendum

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Cowgill Holloway Wealth Management March/April edition

Guide to the Budget 2016

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eSmart Money Jan-Feb 16

New Years Resolutions: Setting goals for saving and investing

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Workplace pension reforms

Are you prepared?

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eSmart Money Sept - Oct 15

Planning for the future means making conscious decisions now, this issue looks at some of the areas you may need to consider in the present to ensure that your future is what you desire.

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Pension freedom

Helping you make the most of your new freedoms..

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A Guide to Wealth Goals

How to save for a rainy day and plan a comfortable retirement.

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A Guide To Inheritance Tax Planning

Read our latest guide on Inheritance Tax Planning. The structures into which you transfer your assets can have lasting consequences for you and your family. We can help you choose structures and trusts designed to protect your assets and give your family lasting benefits.

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2014/15 Year End Tax Planning

With careful planning it may be possible to mitigate taxes or make them much more manageable

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What the Papers Say Issue 19

Early retirement options, increasing employer pension contributions and chaos in the markets are all covered in our latest edition of 'What the Papers Say'.

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What the Papers Say Issue 18

More volatility following the devaluing of the Chinese currency and a review of the the JP Morgan European Investment Trust are the latest articles covered from the weekend's news in our latest edition of 'What the Papers Say'.

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What the Papers Say Issue 17

Are we heading back to deflation figures, maximiser funds and the impact of China devaluing their currency are all discussed in this week's 'What the Papers Say'

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What the Papers Say Issue 16

Thematic investing, solar power investors, dividends and some pointers on reviewing your finances are all covered in this week's What the Papers Say.

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What the Papers Say Issue 15

With the forthcoming Budget and the Greek crisis deepening this week's 'What the Papers Say' summarises the impact on investments.

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What the Papers Say Issue 14

This week we take a look at critical illness cover and tech stocks.

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What the Papers Say Issue 13

Our wealth management team analyse the latest financial news.

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What the Papers Say Issue 12

In this week's round-up our team focus on pensions. Take a look at the latest stories from the Sunday Telegraph.

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What the Papers Say Issue 11

A round-up of Sunday's financial sections. We look at the impact of shunning annuities and taking retirement income directly from your investments and the investor implications in the run up to the election.

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What the Papers Say Issue 10

This week our team reviews two articles from The Telegraph and The Times - looking at Pension Reforms and the golden rules to consider when investing.

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What the Papers Say Issue 9

Our wealth management team analyse the latest financial news.

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What the Papers Say Issue 8

Our wealth management team discuss the possibility of being hit by the chancellor's raid on £1m pension pots.

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What the Papers Say Issue 7

The latest news summary from the guys in wealth management

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