Hall Morrice points the way forward for new businesses start-ups during Local Business Week

The north-east’s jobs market is changing due to the impact of the slump in the offshore energy, and it may signify a time to diversify, or an opportunity focus on that long-held desire to start up in business


HMRC clampdown on High Net Worths intensifies with Rising Stars team


Super rich entrepreneurs, sports stars and celebrities are coming under increased scrutiny by the Inland Revenue, according to Pinsent Masons.



Award-winning Scottish accounting firm leads way in cloud 


Mint Accounting, one of Scotland’s fastest-growing cloud accounting practices, announces today (Wednesday 22 April 2015) that it has achieved platinum partner status with the cloud accounting software provider Xero.  


Towry announces appointment of David Smith as HR Director


Towry, the wealth adviser, today announces that David Smith has joined the firm as its new HR Director. 


UK economy saddled with tax burden a fifth higher than the global average


The UK is inhibiting its economy with a tax burden 18% heavier than the global average, and should consider setting a specific target for overall tax take, said  Scottish independent accountancy firm Campbell Dallas LLP.



AAB are top dealmakers in Scotland for 10th consecutive year


Anderson Anderson & Brown LLP (AAB), one of the leading independent firms of Chartered Accountants in Scotland, has been recognised as the top dealmakers in Scotland in 2014 for the 10th consecutive year, after being credited by the Scottish Business Insider as the accountants having completed and initiated the most deals in Scotland each year from 2005 – 2014. 



Electoral reforms - plenty of political noise, but what of the implications?

Andy James, head of retirement planning, Towry comments on various proposed changes by the main political parties, covering the key policy areas linked to wealth management – pension reforms and tax.

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