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Nikki Adams – Women Leaders MK Finalist 2017

We are extremely pleased to announce that Ad Valorem’s MD Nikki Adams is a finalist for the Women Leaders MK – Professional Services Award.  Having been shortlisted in both 2015 and 2016 and now recognised within the industry for her contribution to the accounting profession, Nikki Adams has been shortlisted for the 2017 Women Leader […]

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Registering People with Significant Control (PSC Register)

This guide sets out to help you understand about the People with Significant Control register (PSC register), for simple company structures. What is the register for People with Significant Control? UK Companies, Societates Europaeae (SEs) and Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs) will be required to identify and record the people who own or control their company. […]

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Payrolling Benefits in Kind

  From the start of the tax year 2016 to 2017, you have the ability to choose to account for the tax on the benefits you provide to your employees through PAYE each payday. In order to do this, you must register before 6 April 2016 to start payrolling for tax year 2016 to 2017. […]

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Pupillage – first year accounts FREE

Ad Valorem will be exhibiting at the Bar Council’s Pupillage Fair 2015, on Saturday 21st November. Visit stand 36 to discuss our offers, including first year accounts for free for newly qualified barristers and also discounted rates for barristers new to Ad Valorem. Please contact our office using the details below if you would like […]

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What does the autumn 2015 statement mean?

Our autumn 2015 statement summary is designed to help you interpret what the autumn 2015 statement means to you.  George Osborne failed to produce a big surprise ‘rabbit’ out of his collection of tax measures and spending announcements set out in the Autumn Statement, but a few hares were set running amongst property investors. They will […]

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The Minimum Wage Debate

Politicians are now turning to law to increase the minimum wage that businesses must pay their staff. This is taking us into unknown territory and there are conflicting opinions among economists as to the short and long term effects that this will have on employment.    Britain’s minimum wage increase, which will come into effect […]

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Client Wins Prestigious Business Award

One of Ad Valorem’s valued clients, Shubber Raja, Managing Director of Medilink Consulting Ltd has been awarded ‘Young Business Person of 2015’ at the Federation of Small Businesses: London Business Awards. Shubber also claimed runner-up in the ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’ category. Ad Valorem would like to congratulate Shubber for his achievements in business and […]

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Barrister wins VAT efiling appeal

A £100 penalty issued by the HMRC for failing to submit an online VAT return has been overturned by a self-employed barrister, on the grounds that an earlier requirement to read HMRC terms and conditions relevant to online filing procedures was unlawful. The barrister had no protestation to submitting the online VAT return, but did […]

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