Brian Baker in Sunday Times, answering reader’s question in Jill Insley’s Question of Money

16.09.19 / Insight posted in KS News

Brian advised the reader, who had lasting power of attorney over his father’s bankruptcy, on errors made by the energy company concerned.  The end result was positive but did not undo the worry the reader and his family had endured. Full story here. Subscription needed.

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Kingston Smith & Partners changes its name to Moore Kingston Smith Licensed Insolvency Practitioners

09.09.19 / Insight posted in KS News

We are delighted to share the news with you that from today, Kingston Smith & Partners will be known as Moore Kingston Smith Licensed Insolvency Practitioners. The new name reflects our membership of the Moore Stephens International network, which we joined in May 2019, and which is also today rebranding to become known as Moore.…

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eprivateclient names Moore Kingston Smith manager a top 35 under 35

09.09.19 / Insight posted in KS News

Claire Roberts, a manager in Moore Kingston Smith’s private client team, has been named one of eprivateclient’s Top 35 Under 35s. The Top 35 Under 35 initiative identifies, recognises, promotes and introduces the rising stars of the private client practitioner community. Heading a 15-strong tax compliance team, Claire advises a diverse range of UK and…

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Kingston Smith has changed its name to Moore Kingston Smith

09.09.19 / Insight posted in KS News

Kinston Smith rebrands following its membership of the Moore Global Network. Commenting that the heritage is still important to the firm, managing partner Maureen Penfold said: “We are still a fiercely independent firm but adding Moore helps us from a global perspective.”

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Kingston Smith changes its name to Moore Kingston Smith

09.09.19 / Insight posted in KS News

Kingston Smith is delighted to announce that, from 9 September 2019, the top 20 UK business advisory and accountancy firm will be known as Moore Kingston Smith. The new name reflects the firm’s membership of the Moore Stephens International network, which is today rebranding to become known as Moore. Kingston Smith joined the global advisory…

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Ian Robert advises The Caterer on possible future of closed sushi wrap shop

06.09.19 / Insight posted in KS News

Ian Robert tells The Caterer that the sushi kiosk Inigo failed because it did not have “enough capital to get it to sufficient sales”. However, he also says that “there is a possibility that you may see a product like that in the future.”

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Lynne Rowland’s article in New Model Adviser discusses how court rulings can affect tax returns

02.09.19 / Insight posted in KS News

Rowland advises anyone filing tax returns to keep up with relevant court judgments, as they may have an impact on future filing procedures. HMRC doesn’t always get it right when serving a notice.

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In Accountancy Age, Marc Fecher discusses how small businesses can value intangible assets

14.08.19 / Insight posted in KS News

Marc Fecher discusses how accountants can help small businesses that are growing locate the right financial backing, based on their unquantifiable assets. Marc Fecher explained: “Intangible assets are difficult to value because they don’t generate cashflow and aren’t readily saleable, which presents challenges for raising finance from traditional sources.” Fecher said: “In a competitive marketplace,…

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Lynne Rowland advised Daily Telegraph on consequences of court ruling on tax avoidance for coma relative

08.08.19 / Insight posted in KS News

Lynne Rowland, partner at Moore Kingston Smith, says landmark ruling will allow relatives of those who are mentally incapacitated to carry out inheritance tax planning on their behalf. For more information on this or other tax matters, please contact a member of our team or visit our web page. Lynne’s article appears in the Daily…

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Guy Sterling advises New Model Adviser on trust alternatives for passing on possessions

03.08.19 / Insight posted in KS News

Guy Sterling considers the merits of family investment companies, family limited partnerships and discretionary trusts. Each structure has different implications for asset control, corporation tax, income tax, capital gains tax and inheritance tax. For more information on this or other tax matters, please contact a member of our team or visit our tax web page. Guy’s…

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