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Autumn Statement – Medical impacts

Jan-McLean-EnsorsHopes of a pre general election vote winning bag of sweets Autumn Statement were, as far George Osborne had economic capacity to deliver, was broadly satisfied.

Boosts for apprenticeships and R & D investment tax relief

James-FrancisAn interesting Autumn Statement, and by that I mean not what was generally expected in the areas where we thought there may be changes.

Some gifts for the family

Nick-EdgleyIt was announced in the Autumn Statement that the Personal Allowance is to be raised to £10,600 from April; £100 more than expected, saving a basic rate taxpayer £120 in tax.

The Autumn Statement & the SME – Limited Options

Robert-Leggett-EnsorsIt was a mixed Autumn Statement for SMEs. For those small enough to qualify, the extension of the doubling of Small Business Rates Relief until April 2016 will certainly be welcome.

Autumn Statement continues the onslaught on tax avoidance

Fiona-Hotston-Moore-2014In my Autumn Statement comment a week ago, I predicted measures to address the perceived tax avoidance by multinationals and those brave souls still investing in tax schemes.

Osborne takes wind out of Labour’s sagging sails

Danny-CliffordOne tactic that has stuck with me following Britain’s endeavours in sailing events at recent Olympic Games is that it is possible, quite literally, to take the wind out of your opposition’s sails.

Autumn Statement: Does the Chancellor have the cards to play Happy Families?

Nick-EdgleyHow the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement will affect the family is difficult to predict. With an election coming up expect some sort of temptation for the family voter but with the deficit not reducing quickly enough the Government may find their hands tied.

Autumn Statement: Government needs innovative thinking to hit export targets

Malcolm-McGready 2014I recently attended a seminar in Paris held by CPA Associates International, the international association of which Ensors is a member.

Autumn Statement: Struggling businesses need a dose of optimism

Mark-Upton EnsorsWhilst formal insolvency appointments have been at relatively low levels for some time now the trading environment for a significant number of businesses and individuals remains very difficult.

Real estate trust blitzes target with Cambridge crowd

Goncalo-2014-newCambridge UK crowdfunding platform SyndicateRoom has enabled an historic real estate fundraising venture to bust its initial £2.1 million target in just 12 days.

Flying start for new investment group

Struan-McDougall-2014Seasoned investors and companies from the Cambridge, Norfolk and London technology communities attended the inaugural pitch event held by the new Anglia Capital Group at Norwich Research Park Centrum building.

Autumn Statement: Treasury alert to multinational tax avoidance

Fiona-Hotston-MooreOver the last few years a number of measures have been implemented to prevent the perceived tax avoidance or advantages being obtained by partnerships.

AZ factor worth billions as Cambridge deals surge

Dr Bahija Jallal, executive VP, MedImmuneThe AstraZeneca factor has helped drive deals in the Cambridge UK technology cluster over the $49.5 billion mark in the last 20 months.

Hollywood director tops £1m mark with Cambridge crowd

Hollywood director Simon West, seen here on set with Angelina Jolie, has already raised £1.141 million The possibility of starring as an extra in a Hollywood movie is proving a crowd pleaser with investors using Cambridge platform SyndicateRoom.

Model horse company in £25k race against time

Utterly Horses Founder and MD Becky Benfield is bidding to raise £25k in 51 daysUK model horse company, Utterly Horses, has begun a Kickstarter campaign to launch its own range of model horses - branded Copperfox.

Autumn Statement: Medical sector feels pain of tax strangulation

Jan-McLean-EnsorsThe medical profession has borne the brunt of the Government’s tax strangulation of defined benefit pension schemes.

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