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Kent Vision Live 2016

Posted on Thursday, May 5th, 2016

Wednesday 11th May 2016, Kent Event Centre (near Maidstone) Kent Vision LIVE is the UK’s largest regional B2B event, bringing together 300 exhibitors and over 3,000 visitors for a full day of inspirational ideas, practical business advice and a myriad of networking opportunities. With over 40 free keynotes and workshops on everything from effective marketing,…

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Woodley Coles, Construction Cost Managers, were delighted to be sponsors of the Pilgrims Hospices Annual Cycle Challenge on Sunday 1st May 2016.  This is a significant year for the Kent, Cambridge and London based business as it celebrates 15 years of success. As well as sponsoring the event, a team from Woodley Coles took part,…

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The Business Show – ExCeL, London

Posted on Friday, April 29th, 2016

Wednesday 11th and Thursday 12th May – FREE to attend! The show presents some of Britain’s most exciting experts. Their inspirational seminars are filled with practical knowledge to help business leaders take their business further, we’ve already lined up; Raja Saggi, Head of Marketing at Google, Brad Burton, the UK’s No 1 motivational Speaker and…

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The 388-acre amusement park – called London Paramount – is planned for the outskirts of London and could bring 50,000 tourists a day.Its attractions will be based on films owned by Paramount pictures. An area twice the size of London’s Olympic Park on the Swanscombe Peninsula – between Gravesend and Dartford in Kent – is…

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The National Living Wage (NLW) Became Law on 1 April 2016

Posted on Thursday, April 21st, 2016

Don’t be left out of the information loop, register for our webinar now to find out what needs doing. From 1 April 2016 workers aged 25 and over became entitled to a minimum pay rate of £7.20 per hour, called the National Living Wage (NLW). Sign up for our webinar to find out about the changes…

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Tax Change for Farmers’ Profits Takes Effect

Posted on Thursday, April 21st, 2016

A change to the way farmers can average their profits for income tax purposes has come into force. Since 6th April 2016, farmers can choose to average their profits over two or five years. Before this date, farmers could only average their profits over a two-year period. Commenting, Chancellor George Osborne said the change will…

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New Reporting Requirement for Companies and LLPs

Posted on Thursday, April 21st, 2016

Company law has been amended to impose new requirements concerning people with significant control (PSC) of limited companies and limited liability partnerships (LLPs). Under the changes to the Companies Act 2006 and other legislation, which took effect on 6th April 2016, limited companies (other than listed companies) and LLPs must now keep a PSC register….

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European Commission Outlines Plans to Reform EU VAT

Posted on Thursday, April 21st, 2016

The European Commission has published an action plan outlining its aims to reform the current EU VAT system to make it simpler, more resistant to fraud and business-friendly. The action plan sets out a number of options for adapting and modernising VAT rules so that they support the digital economy and are responsive to the…

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Consultation on Conversion to CIO Legal Structure

Posted on Thursday, April 21st, 2016

Views are being sought by the Cabinet Office as part of a consultation on the process for converting charitable companies and community interest companies (CICs) into charitable incorporated organisations (CIOs). The CIO legal structure is relatively new and converting to a CIO could be of benefit to CICs and charitable companies as it would reduce…

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May Your Website Be Mobile…

Posted on Tuesday, April 19th, 2016

…And Your Customers Large Of Pocket May is just around the corner and Google is getting ready to roll out their update to the mobile search result algorithm. This increases the effect of the site ranking signal when someone searches any given subject from a mobile device.  – Click here to read Google’s post on the subject…

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