Oct 29, 2007
The Chancellor giveth… and taketh away

DESPITE the immediate prospect of a general election having receded, Chancellor Alistair Darling, faced with the daunting task of making his mark with the electorate, delivered a pre-budget report with something of an election flavour.

Oct 08, 2007
Ruling may complicate tax system

Arctic Systems’ legal win could turn out to be a hollow victory for owner-managers, says Baker Tilly tax partner Judith Hooper.

Aug 29, 2007
Pensions: at last a chink of light

Trustee understanding is the key to rebuilding confidence in pensions, says David Knapman, partner at leading mid-tier accountancy and business advisory firm Baker Tilly

Jul 30, 2007
Fresh strategies for a fresh air era

The new law banning smoking in enclosed public places could have a major effect on the local pub. Graham Bushby (pictured), partner in restructuring and recovery at Baker Tilly, explains.

Jun 01, 2007
We all can be entrepreneurs

Evolution or revolution? Improvement or innovation? These are key questions for business owners says Jonathan Bailey (pictured), business adviser at Baker Tilly’s Milton Keynes office and vice-chairman of the Institute of Directors’ Milton Keynes

Mar 26, 2007
A solid scheme aids staff retention

THE FIRST quarter of a new year is a great time for strategic planning: an opportunity to assess progress made last year and to set new targets that will take your business to the next level.

Feb 24, 2007
When leadership is inspirational

Engaging people’s talents for the benefit of the business is a key skill for a successful business leader. Jonathan Bailey (pictured), Baker Tilly business adviser and vice-chairman of the Institute of Directors’ Milton Keynes branch, outlines h

Feb 01, 2007
Ignore common sense advice at your peril

Keeping a business afloat can be an extremely tough challenge. Baker Tilly business recovery partner Graham Bushby (pictured) gives his top ten tips for corporate survival.

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