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Baker Tilly North East welcomes eight new trainees
Steve Railton

24 September 2015

Accountancy firm Baker Tilly has expanded its team in the North East with the appointment of eight new trainees.

Baker Tilly warns HMRC's planned shake-up of termination payments could cost employees a packet
George Bull

21 September 2015

Accountancy firm Baker Tilly is warning that proposed changes to termination payments to staff could end up being expensive for employers.

Baker Tilly urges private care businesses to prepare for national living wage
Dilip Dattani

08 September 2015

Accountancy firm Baker Tilly is urging private care businesses to prepare for the introduction of the National Living Wage amid concerns that the new rules could place some operators in financial distress.

UK exports are on the increase, whilst imports take dive - Baker Tilly responds to trade figures
Rob Donaldson

03 September 2015

The latest regional trade statistics published by HMRC today have shown encouraging signs for UK trade, with the value of UK exports increasing by 1.2 per cent.

Government consultation could spell the end of the solar industry in the UK

28 August 2015

Mark Stewart, Baker Tilly’s Head of Infrastructure and Renewable Energy in Scotland said: ‘The Consultation on a review of the FiT scheme could spell the end of the solar industry in the UK...'

Tour de Baker Tilly raises £21000 for Anthony Nolan and DofE
Martin Rodgers

28 August 2015

Accountancy firm Baker Tilly has raised over £21,000 for charity in a team bike ride across the UK.

Baker Tilly comments on stock market volatility following China Black Monday
Rob Donaldson

24 August 2015

The significant corrections to the Chinese stock market in recent days and weeks should not come as a big surprise to market watchers.

Antiquated collection system behind 10 per cent rise in student loan over-repayment
Bill Longe

30 July 2015

New figures from the Student Loans Company show that there has been a 10 per cent year-on-year rise in student loan over-repayments, leaving more than 70,000 borrowers out of pocket by an average of £580.

Biggest drop in personal insolvencies seen in at least 30 years

29 July 2015

Statistics released by the Insolvency Service today show that for the second quarter of 2015, personal insolvency numbers were 30 per cent lower than the same quarter last year, the biggest drop in personal insolvencies seen since at least 1985.

Baker Tilly raises concerns that tax scheme rules could prove disastrous for growing technology companies

29 July 2015

Official statistics have been released by HMRC today showing that UK businesses receiving investment and raising funds through the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) and Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) has risen for another year.

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