The Sky’s the Limit for Bishop Fleming

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Bristol-based top-40 accountants Bishop Fleming have taken to the skies to highlight the city’s rising ambitions, and to encourage local businesses to exceed their own expectations in generating growth and opportunities for the area. The […]

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Taxpayers warned of new tax office powers

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Individual taxpayers throughout the UK are being contacted by their advisers about new tax office powers to see overseas information. Bishop Fleming clients are being contacted as part of this government-led requirement. Financial and tax advisers […]

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Bishop Fleming shortlisted for Excellence award

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Bishop Fleming is delighted to have been shortlisted for a major award by leading players in the accounting profession. The firm has been shortlisted for the Large Practice of the Year Award, which is a category of […]

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Watch out: Simple Assessments are on their way

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Whilst the tax office might be trying to get us all to go digital, it has decided to revert to paper for issuing new simple assessments. They will be hitting the doormat shortly. We have […]

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Rise in the state pension age

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Men and women who are currently aged between 39 and 47 will have to wait an extra year before they qualify for a state pension. A rise in the pension age from 67 to 68 […]

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Dividend Tax change in 2018

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Whilst it was hoped that the proposed reduction in the dividend tax allowance from £5,000 to £2,000 in April 2018 would not go ahead, due to it being dropped from the 2017 Finance Bill, this […]

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Employment status clarity is a tough gig

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Top 40 accountants Bishop Fleming are calling on the government to provide greater clarity on employment law and taxes in the light of a new report into the gig economy. The firm says the report […]

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Summer Finance Bill deferred until the autumn

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A selection of updated draft clauses have been published by the government in anticipation of a second Finance Bill for 2017, the introduction of which has been deferred from the summer to the autumn. The clauses […]

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Queen’s Speech June 2017

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The Queen’s Speech on 21 June 2017 set out what the government plans to do over the next two years and in particular on Brexit. Eight of the twenty four draft bills in the Speech relate to the […]

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General Election result – what now on tax and Brexit?

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With a hung parliament after the general election, what is now likely to happen on tax and Brexit? [NOTE: this article has subsequently been updated, taking account of post-election events] With the results in from […]

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