Sean Randall, Partner and SDLT specialist, comments on a snippet of the Conservative manifesto that has been released early.
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Conservative manifesto: Stamp Duty Land Tax comments
Suzanne Willis named Private Client Accountant of the Year
Congratulations to Suzanne on this wonderful achievement.
General Election 2019: Labour manifesto commentary
Our experts react to the Labour 2019 General Election manifesto, released earlier today.
General Election 2019: Liberal Democrats manifesto commentary
Our experts react to the Liberal Democrats' 2019 General Election manifesto, released earlier today.
Having a Corporation Tax rate that is too low can prevent you making new friends
With the UK primed to make new tax deals post-Brexit, having a Corporation Tax rate that is too low, can prevent the country making new friends.
International Men’s Day 2019
Today we are celebrating International Men’s Day (IMD), a celebration of the positive value men bring to their families and communities.
We are BR: The graduate point of view
We caught up with the graduate trainees from our Gracechurch Street office to find out how they are settling in after their first month with the firm.
Alex Altmann appointed as chair of the BCCG
The BCCG expands its bilateral network and appoints Blick Rothenberg partner, Alex Altmann, as a board member.
HMRC letters can be inaccurate and intimidating
The impact of the exchange of information under the CRS is really beginning to show results, but letters sent out by HMRC can be intimidating.
Blick Rothenberg partners featured in Spear’s 500
Nimesh Shah and Daniel Hyde have once again been named as one of Spear’s top recommended tax accountants.
Blick Rothenberg partners receive recognition in the Spear’s index
We are proud to receive recognition of our partners Caroline Le Jeune, Suzanne Willis and Robert Pullen in the Spear’s index which identifies the very best providers of professional services to the high-net-worth audience.
There will be a Budget this year and the UK’s tax system should be simplified and reformed immediately
A simple and transparent tax system would be attractive for those businesses wanting to relocate to the UK.