What businesses need to know about the ongoing challenge of IR35
Dinesh Pancholi, Senior Manager, and Nick Bustin, Employment Tax Director have co-authored an article for People Management Magazine covering what businesses need to know about the ongoing challenge of IR35. To read the full article, click here.
Xledger Announces Partnership With Award Winning Chartered Accountants Haysmacintyre LLP
We are excited to announce that our outsourcing team has partnered with Xledger UK. Elena Ramkalawon, Partner and Head of Outsourcing comments: “Our partnership with Xledger will further strengthen haysmacintyre’s service offering and bolster our ability to streamline the finance function for our ambitious, high growth clients.”
The sky is the limit for gender diversity in financial services
Melanie Pittas, Partner and Co-head of Financial Services has written and article on gender diversity in Financial Services. Attracting and retaining the best talent is increasingly difficult for businesses as the labour market continues to grow in competitiveness. A firm’s culture, in particular the approach to diversity and inclusion, can be critical to its success and is vital for developing a positive first impression for candidates.
Government pours cold water on IHT and CGT proposals
Katharine Arthur, Partner and Head of Private Client, comments on the government’s “highly anticipated” response on Inheritance Tax (IHT) and Capital Gains Tax (CGT) reforms. To read the full article, click here.
Government rejects plans to reform capital gains tax
Katharine Arthur, partner and head of private client comments on the rejected plans proposed by the Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) to overhaul inheritance tax. To read the full article, click here.
Women paving the way: how gender diversity can better business
Melanie Pittas, Partner and Co-head of Financial Services has written an article for IFA magazine on how gender diversity can better business. The current labour market is one of the most competitive ever experienced, and attracting and retaining the best talent is a challenge being faced by many businesses. The culture of a firm is critical to its success in this regard, and its approach to diversity and inclusion plays a significant role in setting the tone of an organisation. A business making true efforts to place inclusion at the core of its agenda can attract and retain talented individuals who might otherwise have been overlooked. Gender diversity is just one strand to this.