Douglas Home & Co

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Scottish accountancy firm Douglas Home & Co has expanded its agricultural team with three new recruits to its already seven-strong cohort, growing 25% in a year as it aims for UK expansion. The specialist division has, led by director and head of advisory Victoria Ivinson, also achieved a 1

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An accountancy programme run by Douglas Home & Co that can put a young candidate without a university background on the path to becoming a fully-fledged accountant is celebrating its fifth year. Douglas Home & Co’s Professional Development Programme has so far helped nine young account

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Accountancy industry veteran Alan Drummond looks at the transformative impact of technology, particularly artificial intelligence, on the accounting profession, using the 40-year journey of Douglas Home & Co as a case study to explore how innovation has revolutionised traditional workflows

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Accountancy firm Douglas Home & Co has achieved a significant increase in turnover from £200,000 in the 1990s to over £4 million, as the firm celebrates its 40th anniversary. The firm, which was established in 1983 with a small office in Kelso and on Berwick-upon-Tweed’s quaysi

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Victoria Ivinson discusses the conflict between passion and profits in the agricultural industry, and the importance of identifying and rectifying missed opportunities to ensure the financial stability and future success of rural businesses. Passion projects and a deeply ingrained love of a certain

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Douglas Home & Co has expanded its presence in Edinburgh with the appointment of Greig Honeyman to advise its board. Greig Honeyman will advise leading figures at Douglas Home & Co, while tapping into his extensive network of family businesses, trusts, lawyers and corporate decision-makers.

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Accountants in the Borders have used a period of expansion to show how investing in an energy efficient office is a wise investment – both financially and for the planet. Tax specialist, Douglas Home & Co used the creation of a new base in Hawick as an opportunity to work closely with

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Accountancy firm Douglas Home & Co has warned that up to half of farm businesses could see profits wiped out entirely within three years as a result of subsidy changes. As part of Brexit, the Basic Payment Scheme is being phased out between 2021 and 2028, meaning farmers could lose between 50-70

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Accountancy firm Douglas Home & Co is launching an ambitious expansion in Edinburgh, fuelled by the number of firms and business leaders who are changing direction after the pandemic. The firm believes its next wave of growth will be in the capital as both businesses and key employees re-asses t

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Unsettled property investors across Scotland are facing an unexpected capital gains pitfall because of a little-known stealth tax change. Tax experts at one of Scotland’s accountancy firms have warned that many face trouble as they rethink their holdings, while unaware that the timeframe to pa

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Scottish accountancy firm Douglas Home & Co has reported steady growth despite the pandemic, insisting that a relentless focus on customer service has paid dividends for the business. As well as recording a 4% rise in turnover to £4 million for the financial year 2020/21 - despite the impa

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Kelso-based accountancy firm Douglas Home & Co has welcomed two new trainees for 2020. Amy Hardie, 21, and Ben Scott, 18, will spend time in a variety of departments, developing in areas such as bookkeeping, accountancy and tax returns.

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