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505, 2021

Chamber vows to keep virtual networking events by popular demand 

May 5th, 2021|

Chamber vows to keep virtual networking events by popular demand  Virtual networking events run by Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce have proved so popular with attendees that the organisation has agreed to continue hosting the monthly sessions, even as lockdown restrictions ease and increased contact becomes possible. The new series of free monthly networking sessions will again be sponsored by law firm Furley [...]

1903, 2021

John Spencer Appointed Vice President of TWTDLS

March 19th, 2021|

John Spence Appointed Vice President Property litigation Partner, John Spence, is now Vice President of the Tunbridge Wells, Tonbridge & District Law Society (TWTDLS), which puts him in line to be President next year. John joined CooperBurnett’s litigation team [...]

1403, 2021

Spring Budget 2021: What it means for businesses

March 14th, 2021|

Spring Budget 2021: What it means for businesses Following the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak’s, statement in the House of Commons, many businesses across the UK will be pleased to see a planned route out of the economic [...]

1507, 2020

Government reform of Capital Gains Tax

July 15th, 2020|

Government reform of Capital Gains Tax will have far-reaching impact, says accountants Kreston Reeves The Government has asked the Office of Tax Simplification to review Capital Gains Tax (CGT). Changes are likely to be announced in the Chancellor’s autumn [...]

1307, 2020

New Banking and Finance Lawyer for Thomson Snell & Passmore

July 13th, 2020|

New Banking and Finance Lawyer for Thomson Snell & Passmore Ex Freshfields and Clifford Chance hire further strengthens the corporate and commercial team Leading South East law firm Thomson Snell & Passmore has appointed banking and finance specialist Katya [...]

1007, 2020

Lawyer warns Kent businesses could face prosecution

July 10th, 2020|

Lawyer warns Kent businesses could face prosecution if they return staff to work without thorough risk assessments As employers across Kent plan to welcome employees back to the workplace, law firm Furley Page has outlined the essential steps businesses [...]

106, 2020

Government extends furlough

June 1st, 2020|

Government extends furlough giving businesses lifeline to October – comment from accountants Kreston Reeves The Government has announced changes to the furlough scheme giving businesses a lifeline to October. The changes will see employers from: 1 July allowed to bring [...]

1405, 2020

Delays at Companies House leave struggling businesses with more debt

May 14th, 2020|

Delays at Companies House leave struggling businesses with more debt, says accountants Kreston Reeves Delays at Companies House are leaving businesses wishing to dissolve with growing and unnecessary debt, warns accountants, business and financial advisers Kreston Reeves. Andrew Tate, [...]

505, 2020

Real economy faces critical challenge over next 12 weeks

May 5th, 2020|

Real economy faces critical challenge over next 12 weeks, says accountants Kreston Reeves A survey of 221 small and medium sized businesses in Kent, Sussex and London indicates that the next 12 weeks will be critical to the survival [...]

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