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Angela MacDonald, HMRC Director General of Customer Services

HMRC reminds parents to update their children's details as exam results revealed

As GCSE exam results are released in England, Wales and Northern Ireland today, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is reminding parents in the South West who receive Child Benefit and Child Tax Credits to inform them of their child's educational status ahead of 31 August, otherwise payments will stop.

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Heather Williams, Partner, Mazars in Poole

Mazars launches elev8 for SMEs on World Entrepreneurs Day

On World Entrepreneurs' Day 2017 Mazars, the international accountancy and advisory firm, has launched 'elev8 by Mazars': a bespoke solution for SMEs which offers the full range of advisory and business support services to help businesses transform and take the next step on their growth journey.

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Heather Williams, Partner at Mazars, Poole.

Architects could be missing out on R&D tax relief

The Poole office of Mazars, the international accountancy and advisory firm, has advised local architects to seek professional advice on research and development (R&D) tax relief after the government announced ambitious plans to increase R&D activity across the economy in this year's Spring Budget.

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From L-R: Patrick, Dawn, James, Lisa, Lynn, Philip, Hannah and Andrew.

Private tax team joins the Smith & Williamson South Coast office

A personal tax team has recently joined the South Coast office of Smith & Williamson, the accountancy, investment management and tax group.

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Partners in the Dorset Business Growth Programme gather at AFC Bournemouth

Dorset companies to benefit as £13.4 million support scheme launches

Essential business support worth up to £13.4 million is available to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) across Dorset under a comprehensive new scheme.

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Pound "paying the price for Theresa May's failed gamble"

David Lamb, head of dealing at FEXCO Corporate Payments, comments: "The Pound is paying the price for Theresa May's failed gamble - and after a 2% fall overnight it remains deeply vulnerable.

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Simon Anslow

Don't be fooled by 'phishing' phone calls

Companies are being warned to be on their guard against 'phishing' phone calls as well as fake emails. The advice, from Dorset chartered accountants and business advisers PKF Francis Clark, comes after Bank of England Governor Mark Carney became the latest to fall victim to a hoaxer.

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Chris Hodge, Transaction Services director at Mazars, Poole.

Mazars shortlisted for award

The Poole office of Mazars, the international accountancy and advisory firm, is pleased to announce that its due diligence team in the south has been shortlisted for the 'due diligence team of the year' award for the Solent Deal Awards.

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Andrew Milligan

Mazars offer free advice surgeries during Financial Planning Week

Mazars Financial Planning is delighted to be taking part in Financial Planning Week, from 8 -12 May 2017.

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Joanne Webber

Apprenticeship levy will hit 1,500 south west businesses

On 6 April 2016, around 1,500 businesses across the south west will be required to pay the apprenticeship levy into a digital account through the pay as you earn (PAYE) process.

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Heather Williams tax partner; Richard Meller tax director; Linda Broomfield senior tax manager; Andy Springford chartered financial planner.

Mazars hosts post-budget seminar for local businesses

The Poole office of Mazars, the international accountancy and advisory firm, has held a post budget seminar at the firm's Merck House offices. Some have called the 2017 Budget, 'an attack on the self-employed, business owners and entrepreneurs,' so Mazars was on-hand to advise those affected on how to plan for the future.

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Michelle Harris

RSM comments on the Spring Budget

Commenting on the Spring Budget, Michelle Harris, head of tax at RSM's Southampton office said: 'The chancellor used this Budget to hone his stand-up skills rather than announce a wide raft of tax measures but between the jokes, there were some significant revenue raisers.

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