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AML Tax (UK) Limited, a firm owned by Scottish businessman Doug Barrowman, has been fined £150,000 for failing to provide HMRC with legally required information. The firm, which was part of Mr Barrowman's Isle of Man-based Knox Group, promoted tax avoidance schemes in the UK for years.

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Scottish businesses seeking cash to fund investment, or ease working capital or trading problems, are being encouraged by Azets, the regional advisor to SMEs, to apply for the ‘hugely attractive’ Recovery Loan Scheme (RLS) before it ends on 30 June. The Recovery Loan Scheme offers busine

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With the Finance Bill 2021/22 receiving Royal Assent last month, it is all systems go for Basis Period Reform for unincorporated trading businesses from tax year 2024/25. Chartered accountants Wylie & Bisset is stressing the importance in planning for this and, more importantly, the impact of th

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Scottish businesses are behind targets for 2022, according to new research from accountancy firm BDO. Companies cited inflation and supply chain pressures as the greatest challenges for the year ahead. However, more than half of mid-sized businesses in Scotland think they will return to pre-COVID-19

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The Executive Counsel of the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has imposed sanctions against KPMG and Mr Michael Neil Frankish in relation to their audits of Revolution Bars Group Plc for the financial years ended 30 June 2015 and the 53 weeks ended 2 July 2016. Mr Frankish performed the role of Aud

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Big Four accountancy firms EY and Deloitte have announced that they will close their operations in Russia in the wake of the country's invasion of Ukraine. EY has revealed that it will cut its 4,700-person business in Russia, while Deloitte announced yesterday that it would separate its operations i

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With job vacancies in the UK reaching a record high, new research from Grant Thornton UK finds that the ‘great resignation’ is severely impacting Scotland’s mid-market. Of the 50 mid-sized businesses in Scotland surveyed for the firm’s latest Business Outlook Tracker, over ha

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Increasing awareness of apprenticeship schemes could hold the key to tackling rising youth unemployment in Scotland, according to new research published by the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT), to coincide with today’s launch of Scottish Apprenticeship Week. The latest government fi

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