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FEATURES
Fail to plan, plan to fail: How to plan for a really successful 2014
SMEs turn to the crowd for finance
Liability risks
Barclays Connector – helping SMEs grow
TECHNICAL MATTERS
Income tax, national insurance, pensions and tax credits
Investment allowances
Few changes to corporation tax
Indirect taxes
Personal service companies – an update
Anti-avoidance rules for excess allocation of profits or losses in mixed partnerships
Capital gains tax
Inheritance tax
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FEATURES

Fail to plan, plan to fail: How to plan for a really successful 2014
With 2014 rapidly approaching, many firms, organisations and individuals are already planning for the new year. Heather Townsend considers how to review the past twelve months in order to set up 2014 for success.

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SMEs turn to the crowd for finance
SMEs are increasingly going online for something they are not getting from the banks: finance, writes Nicola Horlick, CEO of Money&Co.

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Liability risks
As a business have you ever taken a step back and wondered what the terms ‘liability’ and ‘risk’ actually mean for you and your business?

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Barclays Connector – helping SMEs grow
You’ll find content from ACCA amongst a host of resources on Barclays Connector – a new online community which allows you to connect with like-minded businesses to find knowledge, customers and opportunities to grow your business.

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TECHNICAL MATTERS

Income tax, national insurance, pensions and tax credits
What changes to personal taxes were announced in the Autumn Statement?

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Investment allowances
Allowances to encourage investment continue to be available. We highlight what is offered and can be shared with your clients.

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Few changes to corporation tax
Corporation tax emerged relatively untouched in this year’s Autumn Statement, with some changes coming around anti-avoidance measures and additional tax allowances for certain sectors.

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Indirect taxes
The Autumn Statement resulted in a number of reforms, mainly aimed at specific business types or assets.

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Personal service companies – an update
Expected changes to the rules affecting personal service companies will only affect persons working through an offshore agency.

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Anti-avoidance rules for excess allocation of profits or losses in mixed partnerships
Draft legislation that counters tax-motivated allocations of profits and losses in mixed partnerships and LLPs was published as part of the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement.

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Capital gains tax
A summary of CGT changes in the Autumn Statement.

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Inheritance tax
How will inheritance tax change following the Autumn Statement?

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