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Freeths refreshes office portfolio

Over the past year, the move to agile working has been a great success for Freeths, and lockdown has shown our people do not have to be in the office every single day in order to deliver an excellent service to their clients, and to ensure business growth.

Past, Present and Future

The Past, Present, and Future (The Business Brunch)

Join us for Business Insights from some of Oxfordshire’s leading professional advisers as we take a look at what has passed, current situations, and what the future may hold for business.

Employment Law Update with Nicola Wallbank of Julian Taylor Solicitors

Employment Law Update

Nicola Wallbank of Julian Taylor Solicitors talks us through what to expect from employment law in 2021.

Employment Law Update with Nicola Wallbank of Julian Taylor Solicitors

Employment Law Update

Nicola Wallbank of Julian Taylor Solicitors talks us through what to expect from employment law in 2021.

Moorcrofts advises XCD on multi-million pound investment in the Company

Moorcrofts corporate team has advised XCD HR Limited (“XCD”) on a c.£2m investment in Bristol-based XCD, the provider of the UK’s only HR and Net Payroll solution on the Salesforce platform.

Recruitment Tips For Employers

Recruitment Tips for Employers

Julian Taylor Solicitors will share their recruitment tips for employers, and advise on how to avoid some common legal pitfalls.

Professional advice for a modern age.

What does the post-Brexit VAT landscape look like?

What does the post-Brexit VAT landscape look like?

The ‘honeymoon’ transition period following the UK’s official departure from the European Union in January 2020, with no trade borders or customs formalities and VAT systems remaining the same, has now come to an end. If you’re a business that trades in the EU, the new rules on VAT and customs are now in place and major adjustments may be needed.

Planning for success in an uncertain world

Planning for success in an uncertain world

Even before our pandemic-hit 2020, we adjusted to a world of constant change and uncertainty, but the challenges of a post-COVID business environment will require a new level of stress testing and scenario planning if our businesses are to survive and thrive. 2021 will be a critical year for business and will still see significant disruption from economic, political and environmental forces.

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Contractors urged to check if key legislation could now apply

Private contractors who set up limited companies to avoid being responsible for PAYE and national insurance contributions are being warned of key changes to legislation.