Your Daily Accounting Briefing – 2024-02-23

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IT contractor sees £35k tax penalties dismissed

An IT contractor who used a tax scheme promoted by Isle of Man based Montpelier has won an appeal over penalties, as First Tier Tribunal dismisses HMRC’s argument

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Widow of charity founder fined €1,500 over accounts

The widow of the late founder of suicide prevention charity Console has been fined €1,500 after she pleaded guilty to a charge of failing to keep the books of account as a director of the company.

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Docyt Combats U.S. Accountant Shortage with the Launch of Docyt University

SANTA CLARA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 22, 2024–

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CLA Global welcomes Netherlands firm as latest alliance member

CLA Global has announced that Archipel Tax Advice in the Netherlands has joined the organisation as an alliance member.  Archipel Tax Advice provides corporate, globa …

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KPMG and Blue J launch AI tax tool

The tool, Ask Blue J, will revolutionize tax research, allowing KPMG to predict tax outcomes and ask detailed tax-related questions.

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