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Critchleys is an accountancy, financial planning and human resource consultancy firm. Critchleys was founded in Oxford in 1906 and is today placed in the UK's top 100 accountancy and financial planning firms, with a large client base including individuals, trusts, businesses, charities and non profit organisations. Critchleys offers the best of both worlds by combining the expertise of a large firm and the personal service of a local practice.

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Cloud storage becoming safer

Xero's article explains 6 things small business owners need to know in tech. 

One of the interesting points is that there is so much...

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Sage launches online 'client value' tool for advisers

With the rise of Cloud based accounting, could Sage become real competition for Xero in the coming year?

SAGE has announced the launch of two products Sage Value and Sage Match as it broadens its offering to clients. Sage Value is a cloud...…

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Why do I pay more tax than Facebook?

Find out how Facebook UK operations only paid a tax bill of £4,327.

Compared to other tax bills of:

Amazon: £11.9m

Apple: £11.8m

Starbucks:...

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Minimum wage is back in the spotlight

Companies need to ensure they are paying the minimum wage. What constitutes hours worked is not always black and white and further...

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Benefits of cloud-based solutions

This article explains the benefits of cloud-based solutions, most of the well known software providers are now offering a cloud based...

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Accountants predict cloud conversion increase

With more and more of our clients moving to Xero and Sage I would agree that the change to Cloud based accounting is to continue.

Accountants from 103 firms have vowed to transition 35% of clients to the cloud in 2016. PANALITIX carried out this research as part of...…

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Myth buster: the annual report through the investors' eyes

Have you considered what type of shareholders your company would like?

In producing their annual reports companies need to consider what type of shareholders they want, Paul Lee, head of corporate governance...…

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Big changes to abbreviated accounts coming

Some vast changes coming to abbreviated accounts that is worth a read.

Accountants will have heard by now that the Companies Act 2006 has been revised for small and micro-entities as a result of the...…

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Small business owners benefit from up to date financial information.

Outdated financial information is stalling growth opportunities among Britain’s small businesses according to recent research.

With better financial visibility, small firms would have invested up to £1bn more in the economy last year, according to research...…

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The importance of managing financial affairs.

Up to date financial and management information cannot be underestimated, not just for start-ups but for all companies in their business...

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Accounting for the invisible - intangible gold

New Financial Reporting Standards are coming into place at the end of 2015/early 2016. The main changes fall under two headings:

Buying or...

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