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Law Firm

Does the size of your law firm matter?

Mark Baines, Legal Sector Manager reviews LexisNexis’ Is

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Martin Johnston, Audit and Assurance Director

New Audit & Assurance Director joins our growing Glasgow Team

Martin Johnston joins Armstrong Watson's Glasgow team as Audit and Assurance Director from KPMG.

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Digital

Digital transformation is changing business forever

As the digital revolution swiftly continues, here are some reasons why we all need to consider how well placed our own businesses are in these changing times:

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The Magic of Deeds of Variation

A deed of variation is a tax efficient way for the beneficiary of an estate to redirect their inheritance to another person but must be prepares within two years of death

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Understand your accounts and Cashflow

Lack of cash is usually the number one factor affecting a farming business not lack of profit.

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Capital Gains Tax Burden Property Landlords

Increasing Tax Burden for Landlords

As many landlords will be aware, the government have over a number of years increased the tax burden of property ownership, particularly residential property, and from 6 April 2020 the government will now further reduce the deemed occupation period allowable under Principal Private Residence reli

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Is your Top Team Performing?

Briefing Note January 2020  Is your Top Team performing?

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Cyber Security for law firms

Cybercrime is becoming big business, and cyber risk should be a focus for all businesses including law firms.

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Outsourcing for law firms

Larger numbers of law firms appear to be outsourcing increasing aspects of their businesses as they look to build leaner and more efficient practices. Here our Strategic Business Adviser, Nick Palmer outlines some of the key issues.

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Gender Gap in Retirement Savings

Women are saving less than men for their retirement, with only 15% saving for the future compared to 20% of men[1].