Do you need to prepare for a no-deal Brexit?

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Bank of England Governor, Mark Carney, has recently pointed out that should the UK leave the EU in March 2019 without a deal in place, there would be serious consequences for both the UK and […]

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Get the Knowledge

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The government has committed to raise investment in research and development (R&D) to 2.4% of GDP by 2027. To help stimulate private sector investment into R&D, Innovate UK (part of UK Research and Innovation) has […]

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New Audit Director expands Exeter team

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A new Audit and Business Services Director has joined Top 30 advisory firm, Bishop Fleming, as the firm continues to expand in response to the growing demand for its award-winning services. The firm, which delivers […]

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Trio of trainees swell Plymouth office

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The Plymouth office of Top 30 advisory firm, Bishop Fleming, continues to expand with the recruitment of three new trainees to help keep pace with growth in the city’s economy. [Pictured: Robert Davey, Scott Taskis, […]

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Charity trustees face automatic disqualification

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Charity trustees face automatic disqualification from 1 August 2018 under tighter rules including where they have been in contempt of court, are named under anti-terrorism laws or are on the sex offenders register. The rules will also affect senior managers […]

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Academies – school children learn financial skills for adult life

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Year 10 students in their final year at Ilfracombe Academy are learning how to manage money in the real world, thanks to a joint initiative with Top 30 advisory firm, Bishop Fleming. The firm, which […]

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Charities – a matter of trust

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The reputation of the charity sector has taken a bit of a battering over recent years due to issues with fund raising methods, financial mismanagement and, more recently, the behaviour of charity staff. Whilst the […]

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End of term pay rise chalked up for teachers

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Classroom teachers are to receive rises in their pay of up to 3.5 per cent, following recommendations by the School Teachers’ Review Body. This equates to a pay rise of between £800 and £1,366 for […]

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Academies – National Funding Formula delayed until 2021

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The Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) has announced the schools block funding formulae for 2018/2019 and there is a key change that could affect an academy trust’s budgets. The formulae can be read here. All […]

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Imports from US face 25% tariff charges

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With little publicity, the EU Commission is imposing extra taxes of up to 25% on goods imported into the EU from the US with effect from 1 July 2018. The taxes are in response to […]

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