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IAC Accountants, based in Slough and Hatfield, help a diverse range of clients with a diverse range of needs. With over 10 years of experience, we offer proactive and all-inclusive services to ensure our customers have everything they need to hand.
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Our priority is to deliver first class client service to all clients, whether you are a small start-up, large company, or simply looking for some personal tax advice.
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04 Nov 2019
On 25 October 2019 the Chancellor of the Exchequer Sajid Javid wrote to the Treasury Select Committee.
Former BBC presenter Christa Ackroyd has lost her appeal against a ruling that she was an employee, not a freelance contractor, when she worked for the BBC via a personal service company.
HMRC says it is clamping down on the promoters and enablers of tax avoidance schemes in the wake of the loan charge controversy.