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Essex Chambers of Commerce hosted an event at Greenwoods Hotel in Stock where where Bank of England Deputy Agent for the South East, Alex Golledge, spoke about the UK economy, considerations for policymakers and the outlook.
Members of Essex Chambers were welcomed to the event by Abbey Knight, more
Rickard Luckin is reminding individuals to use all the tax reliefs and allowances available to them before the current tax year ends on 5th April 2016 in order to minimise liabilities.
According to Jamie Nice, Tax Director at Essex-based accountants Rickard Luckin, there are a number of investment more
A solicitor with Essex law firm Birkett Long is warning that some bereaved families face huge increases in probate fees if the government gets its way in order to give the courts system a cash injection.
Ben Parmenter, Associate Solicitor with the firm, says if the government pushes ahead after more
Essex law firm Birkett Long is advising local businesses against reading its employees’ private emails and chat messages, in response to a ruling by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR).
A recent ECHR ruling said that employers could access private correspondence if staff members sent more
A leading firm of independent chartered accountants has pledged to be open and transparent about its fee system by offering clients the chance to query their invoices.
The promise from one of the South East’s largest independent firm of accountants, RDP Newmans, goes far beyond the promise more