Top ten staff wellbeing tips for employers

27.01.21 / Insight posted in Articles

Mental health and wellbeing has never been so important than in today’s working environment. Whether your teams have been working remotely since last March, or have been attending socially distanced and vastly changed workplaces, the challenges are great and varied. Our people experts at Moore Kingston Smith HR Consultancy, have put together their top ten…

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Recovery Matters: don’t delay, help your clients wind up now

27.01.21 / Insight posted in Articles

If you are advising a client who may need to close their business and the shareholders draw out its hard-earned reserves, you may want to do this urgently to ensure you don’t lose any tax breaks that may disappear in the Chancellor’s Budget on 3 March 2021. You may recall that business asset disposal relief…

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Brexit – effect on employment law in the UK

27.01.21 / Insight posted in Articles

The Withdrawal Agreement The UK has agreed to non-regression and rebalancing provisions in relation to employment law as part of its trade agreement with the EU. The UK can change EU laws that were in place prior to 31 December 2020 as long as the changes do not regress EU employment protections below those which…

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Tax tribunal rules HMRC can access details of assets held overseas in domicile enquiries

26.01.21 / Insight posted in Articles

Over the last few years, HMRC has closely reviewed the domicile status wealthy UK taxpayers that appear to have settled in the UK. Historically, individuals that did not originate from the UK and had not settled here permanently were entitled to claim the remittance basis of taxation to minimise their UK tax position. Individuals could…

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Moore Kingston Smith Media Outlook Survey 2021

26.01.21 / Insight posted in Articles

As one year ends and another begins, the outlook for your business may have changed significantly as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. As you will know, every year we run a short outlook survey that seeks to gauge how you think the year will play out for your business, identifying key challenges and general…

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Moore Kingston Smith announces acquisition of Frank Hirth’s Audit and Accounting business

21.01.21 / Insight posted in MKS News

Moore Kingston Smith LLP, the London firm of the Top 15 Moore UK network of accountants and business advisers, is delighted to announce the acquisition of the Audit and Accounting business of Frank Hirth PLC, a top 35 UK accountancy and tax firm. The business includes Frank Hirth’s general practice audit, accounts and payroll business,…

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Webinar recording: Annual Charities Update

21.01.21 / Insight posted in Articles, Webinars

In January 2021, Moore Kingston Smith and IBB Solicitors jointly delivered their popular Annual Charities Update. This will bring you up to date with the legal, accountancy and regulatory developments in the sector, together with practical tips and guidance from our experience with clients during the pandemic. Resources Here are some resources and information you…

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Data privacy and investigations – what US firms need to know if they trade in the UK and EU

19.01.21 / Insight posted in Articles

Falling foul of data privacy laws can cost US companies dearly in terms of finance and reputation. Between May 2018 and September 2019, US companies were collectively fined more than $417 million (€380 million) by EU data regulators.[1] Under the EU’s General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR), companies stand to forfeit the higher of €20 million…

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Complexities of business interruption insurance explained

19.01.21 / Insight posted in Articles, Operations

On Friday last week, the Supreme Court delivered its judgment in the FCA’s business interruption insurance test case, ruling that policyholders who were ordered to close business premises during the first national lockdown in response to the Coronavirus pandemic will be able to make claims to their insurers. Insurers will now be under pressure to…

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Wellbeing strategy and engagement

18.01.21 / Insight posted in Articles

While our wellbeing initiatives are many and varied, we recognise that not all our initiatives, by any means, appeal to the entire firm. It is, though, important for the wellbeing group to include members from across the firm representing the whole business and to strengthen buy-in. Our strategy – covering physical, financial and mental health…

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