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Financial planning firm AAB Wealth has announced its expansion into Northern Ireland with the appointment of chartered financial planner, Alastair Moore, following the recent merger of AAB Group with FPM. Mr Moore, originally from County Down, Northern Ireland, previously worked for AAB Wealth for f

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Two fast growth businesses from Scotland have been shortlisted to pitch to industry experts as part of KPMG’s global search for the UK’s next tech disruptor. Novosound, an ultrasound imaging firm, was crowned the winner of KPMG UK’s Emerging Giants Tech Innovator Scottish heat in G

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Construction firms should assess the tax relief available to them for commercial building projects, according to Dundee-based EQ Accountants. Along with the recent increases in the cost of living, commercial building projects have seen significant increases in costs in terms of materials, transport,

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Banff-based Anderson & Co, set up by Arlene Anderson, has merged with Moray-based accountancy firm Ritsons. The merger sees Anderson & Co’s team join Ritsons to serve communities across the North East of Scotland and the Highlands with accountancy and business advice.

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With Scottish Engineering’s latest survey revealing that rising prices and skills shortages are causing concern among engineering companies, requiring them to consider innovation, product leadership and efficiency drives, Wylie & Bisset, accountants and business advisors, is advising engin

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Highly attractive BIK (benefit in kind) rates for electric cars and increasing concerns over climate change is driving soaring employee demand for company supplied electric cars according to Azets, the regional adviser to SMEs. The annual income tax and NIC costs for a £15356 petrol Corsa SE f

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EY has been fined $100 million (£82m) after its audit professionals were caught cheating in exams required for obtaining and maintaining their certified public accountant (CPA) licenses.

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Gordon Couch, a financial adviser who scammed a Scottish widow with dementia, is being pursued for £762,597 under proceeds of crime laws. Mr Couch was convicted of embezzling £170,000 belonging to Marjorie Stewart before and after her death in an Edinburgh nursing home. He admitted

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Deloitte has announced more than 250 promotions in Scotland, including four new partners, as the firm bolsters its leadership team and Scottish practice. Sharon Lee, Kevin Johnson and Hayley Baker have all been promoted to partner and are based in Edinburgh, and Michael Buckley has been promoted to

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