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Think tank calls for R&D tax credit reform - 17 November 2017

A key think tank has criticised the effectiveness of the research and development (R&D) tax credit scheme, after it claimed that 80 per cent of such studies are “deadweight”.

SME retailers urged to take advantage of Black Friday - 16 November 2017

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) operating in the retail sector are being urged to take advantage of Black Friday.

Calibre UK Ltd - 15 November 2017

We first approached Watson Buckle because we were seeking a new auditor with better knowledge of specialist subjects, particularly R&D Tax Credits. Since then, they have provided us with effective tax planning and useful guidance in the run up to

Chancellor under mounting pressure to address SDLT - 15 November 2017

Chancellor Philip Hammond is facing ever-increasing pressure to address Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) in next week’s Autumn Budget, amid concerns that activity in Britain’s property market is slowing.

How can SMEs boost productivity? - 14 November 2017

The best way for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to boost workplace productivity is to offer more flexible working opportunities to employees, a new study suggests.

Leading Bradford accountancy firm welcomes three new additions to the team - 13 November 2017

Forward-thinking Bradford accountancy firm Watson Buckle has welcomed three new additions to its rapidly-expanding team in recent weeks. The firm has opened its doors to two new trainees, Connor McLoughlin and Aiden Smith, who have both joined the practice as

Leading Bradford accountancy firm welcomes three new additions to the team - 13 November 2017

Forward-thinking Bradford accountancy firm Watson Buckle has welcomed three new additions to its rapidly-expanding team in recent weeks.

Study sheds light on SME growth trends - 13 November 2017

A new study has revealed the UK’s top business sectors in terms of small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) growth.

“Taxing robots would not protect jobs”, claims CPS - 10 November 2017

Opposition-led calls for a “tax on robots” have been shut down by a new report, which highlights the potential for growth and productivity by adding even more robots to the workforce.

SMEs still confused about the GDPR - 9 November 2017

A new study suggests that small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are still confused about the upcoming General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR).