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Milsted Langdon lends support to Penny Brohn Lunch - 22 June 2017

Award-winning accountancy firm Milsted Langdon has lent its support to this year’s popular Long Table Lunch organised by cancer charity Penny Brohn UK.

Milsted Langdon opens its doors to University of Bristol students - 15 June 2017

One of the South West’s leading firms of accountants Milsted Langdon is offering high -achieving students at the University of Bristol the chance to gain experience in the profession.

An Introduction to Martin Johnson - 23 May 2017

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NASDAL welcomes move to shelve Making Tax Digital – which may be short lived - 19 May 2017

The National Association of Specialist Dental Accountants and Lawyers (NASDAL) has welcomed the Government’s move to drop Making Tax Digital (MTD) from Finance Bill 2017 ahead of the upcoming General Election.

BSB calls for views on ‘lowering proof threshold’ in professional misconduct cases - 19 May 2017

In a recently-published consultation document, the Bar Standards Board (BSB) is calling for views surrounding the lowering of the so-called ‘proof threshold’ when it comes to prosecuting Barristers who have been accused of professional misconduct.

HMRC goes “nuclear” in pursuit of unpaid taxes - 19 May 2017

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) issued a record number of court orders to seize company assets in 2016, indicating that the tax office is happy to go after all businesses suspected of tax evasion.

HMRC issuing hefty fines to eBay and Amazon traders who fail to pay tax - 19 May 2017

Small-scale internet traders, including individuals and businesses who sell goods on websites such as eBay and Amazon, are being hit with ‘tougher penalties’ than larger businesses if they do not declare their income and pay the appropriate tax on their sales, according to a new study.

Online VAT fraud and error costs UK dearly - 19 May 2017

A report published by the National Audit Office (NAO) estimates that online VAT fraud and error costs the UK somewhere between £1 billion and £1.5 billion in lost tax revenue during the 2015/16 financial year.