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Tune up for quangos on way from Worcs PDF Print E-mail

A campaign to bring hard-headed business sense to public services – without pain - has been launched by a Worcestershire business leader.

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Business leader welcomes moves to bring Business Game to Worcester PDF Print E-mail

A competition aimed at turning young people into potential business gurus is being brought to Worcester.

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First-hand view of Birmingham’s new station for varsities PDF Print E-mail

Alumni from two Birmingham universities will tonight (Friday June 11) hear and see first-hand what has been achieved so far by the award-winning team redeveloping New Street Station.

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Celia to meet Kavita Oberoi PDF Print E-mail

Celia to meet up with secret millionaire Kavita Oberoi on April 30th and ICAEW CEO to attend Worcester dinner.

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‘Hidden pitfalls’ warning over new tax system PDF Print E-mail

Businessmen and women were warned of hidden pitfalls in a new tax system, at a meeting of Worcestershire Group of Chartered Accountants.

Andrew Gotch of TaxFellowship, gave the warning to accountants during a lecture on the new tax regime at the Graeme Hick Pavilion, Worcester Cricket Club on Tuesday (29 September).

Gotch outlined the new tax tribunal system that came into effect from 1 April 2009.  Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs’ ‘Litigation and Settlement Strategy’ increased the likelihood of cases moving towards Tribunal hearings - and so all chartered accountants had to be ready to deal with the new régime.

He described pitfalls for the unwary, including ‘enormous’ penalty costs, and suggested ways to approach and prepare for the new Review process and hearings.

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