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Living Wage Implications For Smaller Family Firms

Small firms expect to slow hiring and increase prices in response to National Living Wage, say FSB Full Article

Maternity Leave – Keeping In Touch Or Cut Off?

Keep abreast of your business' responsibiltiies towards employees on maternity leave. Full Article

Is Your Family Business Running The Risk Of Illegal Software?

Ninety three per cent of UK businesses lack confidence in passing their next software licensing audits Full Article

Creating An Internal Market For Shares In The Family Business

In a family business how do you deal with someone wanting to cash in their shares and how do you value them? Full Article


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Maternity Leave – Keeping In Touch Or Cut Off?

Keep abreast of your business' responsibiltiies towards employees on m... Full Article

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Changes To TUPE Rules Cuts Red Tape

Changing owner will find the process of the transfer easier, fairer an... Full Article

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Take Heed Of Pension Regulator

Family firms need to take notice of the Pensions Regulator as the landscape is changing.  Margaret de Valois of Western Pension Solutions explains more. Read More

Are You Wasting Time & Money Preparing for GDPR?

Small businesses fretting about the advent of GDPR are wasting time and resources seeking unnecessary consent from customers and potentially decimating their databases needlessly... Read More

New Data Protection Legislation

New legislation comes into force in 2018 with regards data protection so what do you need to know and prepare for in order to avoid a large fine?  We asked Birketts’ Associate Kitty Rosser what firms needed to bear in mind. Read More

The New Apprenticeship Levy

Jessica Penny from Penny Hydraulics provides a family business insight on how the new Apprenticeship Levy will help close the manufacturing skills gap. Read More

What's In A Name?

Karen Millen has recently lost a claim in the High Court against Karen Millen Fashions Limited, over the right to use her name in respect of her own ongoing business ventures. Read More

Scottish Taxation And Scottish Taxpayers

Head of Tax and Succession, Alexander Garden, discusses the recent developments in relation to taxation controlled by Holyrood or affecting Scottish taxpayers.  Read More