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Rob Nixon
Can you be The Perfect Firm?

Panalitix

"Technology is moving so fast, accountants have to think about becoming a Perfect Firm", Rob Nixon. Panalitix, the global business advisory software and content specialist, has announced today that it is…

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Local heroes to be celebrated with community awards

Georgina Garman

Following the success of last year’s Perrys Exceptional Awards, Kent based chartered accountants Perrys is delighted to announce the launch of its 2017 community awards campaign to recognise and reward…

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Tonbridge resident tops class worldwide in accountancy exam

Georgina Garman

Daniel Powley from Tonbridge has achieved the highest mark worldwide for his accountancy examination, ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) Paper Joint P2, with a score of 89 out of…

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IRS Making Strides in Detecting Fraudulent Tax Returns

Jae Fomby

The IRS has improved its identification of fraudulent tax returns that involve identity theft, but the agency needs to be more accurate in its identity theft estimates, according to a…

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5 Ways To Increase Brand Awareness

Dr. Sandeep Rout

You could be selling the best product in the world, nobody will buy it if they don’t know about its existence.  It should be your aim to be the leader…

CEO Joel Oliver
MyFirmsApp joins elite group to develop AI apps

Harvey and Hugo

An innovative Fintech business has won the go-ahead to build Artificial Intelligence (AI) into its apps using the next generation technology platform, Amazon Lex.   Darlington-based MyFirmsApp, which makes custom app…

PM+M’s Antony Keen and Helen Clayton
PM+M increases wealth management services at Bury office

PM+M Chartered Accountants

Since its arrival in Bury last year, PM+M - the chartered accountancy, business advisory and wealth management group – has seen a sharp rise in demand for its wealth management…

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The Southbourne Tax Group: IRS Offers Tips on Choosing a Tax Preparer

Dorene Baltzell

The Internal Revenue Service is cautioning taxpayers to be on the lookout for unscrupulous return preparers, one of the most common “Dirty Dozen” tax scams seen during tax season. The vast…

L-R: Martin Willock, Rob Miller, Steven Wiseglass and Tim Keeling
Inquesta expands across Pennines with new Leeds office

Richard Bell

Inquesta, the forensic accounting and insolvency company, has expanded across the Pennines as part of an “ambitious” strategy to grow its national footprint. The Radcliffe-headquartered firm signed up for space at…

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APS financial and TaxAssist Accountants join forces

APS Financial

Digital banking services pioneer, APS financial, has joined forces with TaxAssist Accountants, the UK’s largest network of tax and accountancy advisors for small companies to offer instantly approved, online business…

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HURST backing helps Seashell Trust buy gym equipment

HURST

Seashell Trust is splashing out on new gym equipment after accountancy firm HURST donated more than £9,000. The Cheadle Hulme organisation was HURST’s charity of the year for 2016. Staff at the…

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The Southbourne Tax Group: Straight Talk - Be aware of the ‘Dirty Dozen’ of tax scams

Demi Godfrey

The Canton Regional and Greater West Virginia Better Business Bureau offers tips and advice for consumers to avoid fraudulent practices. Today's topic: IRS warns of the "Dirty Dozen" The concern: Every year…