Chiene + Tait

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Jackie Fraser, Inverness-based partner at accountants Chiene + Tait, details the reopening of Scotland's tourism sector after the coronavirus lockdown. Tourism is one of Scotland’s most important and fast growing sectors contributing over £11bn to the nation’s annual GDP. Last year

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Shona Fraser, partner and agricultural business specialist at accountants Chiene + Tait, discusses the importance of the UK Agriculture Bill. The UK Agriculture Bill had its second reading in the House of Lords last week with growing concerns raised about the lack of amendments to protect UK farmers

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Neil Cameron, payroll senior manager at Chiene + Tait, is among three Scottish-based accountants behind a new UK-wide membership organisation aimed at raising the profile of the payroll profession. Mr Cameron has joined forces with fellow professionals Michael McAllister at&

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David Shadwell, accounts and business support partner at accountants Chiene + Tait, recently returned to the UK after spending nine years in Wellington, New Zealand. He details the lessons Scottish businesses can learn from New Zealand as we begin the process of coming out of lockdown. Before r

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Kirsty Paton, tax specialist from the entrepreneurial tax team at accountants Chiene + Tait, discusses how Advanced Subscription Agreements (ASA) could save the day for company investors amid the coronavirus uncertainty. The tax relief offered through the UK Government’s Enterprise Investment

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Carol Flockhart, managing partner at accountancy firm Chiene + Tait, highlights the benefits of apprentice programmes.  This is Scottish Apprenticeship Week, an annual event in which employers, learning providers and apprentices across the country promote the importance and benefits of work-bas

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Dave Philp, head of R&D tax at accountancy firm Chiene + Tait, urges business to prepare for a research and development (R&D) tax relief crackdown. R&D (research and development) tax relief, introduced in 2000 to encourage more company investment into innovation, is more popular than eve

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Edinburgh-based technology firm Appointedd has launched a new Enterprise Management Incentive (EMI) scheme for its staff with support from accountants Chiene + Tait (C+T). Founded in 2011 by CEO Leah Hutcheon, Appointedd provides clients with an intelligent and efficient online booking tool. Th

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Neil Norman, the head of Chiene + Tait’s (C+T) entrepreneurial tax team, has been appointed to the board of the global accountancy association AGN. Representing around 200 separate and independent accounting and advisory businesses in over 80 countries, AGN promotes worldwide expertise, best p

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Dr Lena Wilson CBE, one of Scotland’s most prolific and experienced business leaders, has been appointed as the new chair at accountancy firm Chiene + Tait (C+T). Dr Wilson has over 30 years’ business experience across more than 40 countries. She spent eight years as the highly-regarded

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Accountants Chiene + Tait (C+T) have appointed Mairi MacIver as director of its accounts and business support (ABS) division. Based at the firm’s Edinburgh headquarters, Ms MacIver joins from Anderson Anderson & Brown LLP, where she spent the last 15 years developing extensive knowled

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Accountancy firm Chiene + Tait (C+T) has promoted its two Inverness-based joint heads, Jackie Fraser and Shona Fraser to partner level. The move is part of further investment into the firm's Highland office which has seen significant growth in clients and staff numbers since opening three years

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