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Working from home – a win-win (if properly managed)
24 Apr 2017
For some people, working from home has become a way of life. Whether it’s full time or part time, it’s on the increase.

Making Tax Digital - Are you prepared?
19 Apr 2017
The Government has announced that the way in which businesses and landlords maintain records and report results to HMRC will start to change from 6 April 2018.

Tackling the gender pay gap
18 Apr 2017
As new reporting requirements come into effect, a charity for women aged 16-30 on low or no pay, Young Women’s Trust, has called for further action to reduce the gender pay gap.

Another notch up in State Pension Age
12 Apr 2017
An independent review has recommended bringing forward the move to a state pension age of 68.

Will you be working past the accepted retirement age?
04 Apr 2017
Many do, according to research by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).

French Duncan Newsletter Spring 2017
31 Mar 2017
We're delighted to announce a fresh new image for our Restructuring & Debt Advisory team - go to the middle pages of our newsletter to find out more.

IndyRef2 survey results
21 Mar 2017
Given the announcement of the First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, on Monday of last week to seek a second independence referendum, we thought that it would be interesting to seek the views of people who work in the SME sector as to what they thought about the prospect of IndyRef2 and about independence.

Auto-enrolment report provokes call for change
20 Mar 2017
A recent Citizens Advice report has highlighted the problem of people working in multiple jobs and failing to qualify for auto-enrolment despite earning over £10,000 a year in total.

Should millionaires be forced to publish tax details?
13 Mar 2017
The shadow Chancellor, John McDonnell, has said a Labour government would force people earning £1 million a year or more to publish their tax records.

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