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01 Nov 2016

Clicks vs Bricks

Gabe Lengua of PKF O’Connor Davies looks at the options available to retailers in the US market

01 Nov 2016

Credit Card Risk

PKF Malaysia’s Stevie Heong looks at the risks attached to holding customer data and how businesses can mitigate them.

01 Nov 2016

Preparing your pharmacy for sale

Jason Bradshaw FCA, Director of Corporate Finance at PKF O’Connor Leddy & Holmes Limited, discusses important issues to consider when preparing your pharmacy for sale

01 Nov 2016

It’s time to grow your pharmacy business

Jason Bradshaw FCA, Director of Corporate Finance with PKF O’Connor, Leddy & Holmes Limited, gives advice on the opportunities for growing pharmacy businesses in Ireland

01 Nov 2016

Fancy Opening Your Next Store for Free?

Jeremy Chapman, Head of Capital Allowances at PKF Cooper Parry looks at ways of maximising cash flow and reducing costs through an effective property tax strategy.

01 Nov 2016

Retail and Brexit: Minimising the risks. Maximising the opportunities

Martin Firbank, Head of Retail at PKF Cooper Parry, explores the possible implications of the Brexit vote on UK Retail Businesses.

19 Sep 2016

State aid: Ireland provided Apple with illegal tax benefits worth up to €13 billion

The conclusion of the European Commission, after a three year investigation, was that Apple has been provided with up €13 billion of tax benefits (by Ireland) which enabled it to pay substantially less tax than other businesses.

15 Sep 2016

The relationship between accountancy expertise and business performance

Commissioned by IFAC, researchers at the Bucharest University of Economic Studies conducted a literature review to assess the relationship between accountancy expertise and business performance.

17 May 2016

What would Brexit mean for UK taxation?

This is a big question with very few answers just now, but it’s one that lawyers and tax advisers are beginning to ask themselves. The consequences for UK taxation would most likely depend upon the nature of the exit, as there are any number of models (or ‘deals’) that the UK might agree on with the EU as time goes on. The UK may or may not be members of the EEA, or set up combined trade deals. It could create an entirely new system of partnerships within Europe, or perhaps even go it alone.

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