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Government’s £427m support for farmers

The government has announced a £427 million grant offer for farmers in the coming financial year, the doubling of investment in productivity […]
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An unsavoury lesson for food manufacturers: Walkers costly court loss proves VAT rules can’t be contravened

VAT is arguably Britain’s most baffling tax, with 71% of UK VAT-registered businesses arguing that the rules are too complex and hard […]
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Tax relief extended for zero-rated energy-saving materials

As of 1 February 2024, zero-rated VAT relief for the installation of energy-saving materials (EMS) has been extended to include a broader […]
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Law firms could lose out on VAT recovery due to high interest rates

With the Bank of England base rate having skyrocketed from 0.1% in 2021 up to 5.25% today, many law firms are earning […]
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Farming experts offer vital insights during ‘most important years in history’ for crop yields

Agricultural experts met last week to offer advice to East Midlands farmers as demand for crops is projected to skyrocket.
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How we’re recruiting individuals from diverse backgrounds

At Duncan & Toplis, we recruit and develop people from a range of diverse backgrounds through our extensive career pathway options, including […]
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Number of academies in deficit has doubled since 2021

A major report, co-authored by Duncan & Toplis, has found that the number of academy trusts spending more than they get in […]
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Unveiling the crucial role of a business mentor

When it comes to running a business, even standing on solid ground can feel like wading through shifting sand.
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First changes to Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Act 2023

Following on from our article last year (which you can read here) covering the purpose and requirements to be introduced by the […]
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Eight ways to make your farm’s year-end accounts easier

As many farm businesses prepare to submit their year-end accounts, doing the groundwork now can help prevent some of the mistakes commonly […]
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Critical change for self-employed accounts: Cash-basis to become the default

From 1 April, the default system of accounting for self-employed individuals and trading partnerships will shift from the current accruals method to […]
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Changes to employee expenses and benefits in kind

The UK government recently announced measures as part of its plans to simplify and modernise the UK tax system, including planned enhancements […]
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