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Moore Thompson gearing up for UK’s largest farm exhibition

East of England-based specialist agricultural accountants Moore Thompson are pleased to announce that they will be exhibiting at LAMMA 15 – the UK’s leading farm machinery, equipment and services show.

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Inheritance tax and you: a free Moore Thompson seminar

East of England-based chartered accountants Moore Thompson are inviting people to attend a free seminar on inheritance tax in Wisbech.

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Agricultural accountants warn farmers to act on auto-enrolment

East of England-based specialist agricultural accountants Moore Thompson are urging farmers that they must prepare themselves for pensions auto-enrolment or face severe penalties.

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Free pension advice at Spalding seminar

East of England-based chartered accountants Moore Thompson are inviting pensioners and those thinking about retiring to a free seminar exploring the recent pension changes.

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Parental leave adds to auto-enrolment headaches, say East of England accountants

Experts at East of England accountancy firm Moore Thompson have highlighted an auto-enrolment “idiosyncrasy” with implications for employers of people on parental leave.

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East of England accountants climb ‘league table’

East of England accountancy firm Moore Thompson has climbed higher in the latest league table of the UK’s top accountants.

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Magnificent seven pass professional exams

East of England-based chartered accountants Moore Thompson are celebrating further exam success after seven of its trainees passed their latest professional exams.

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Tractor registrations bouncing back

New tractor registrations in the UK in the first six months of 2014 have shown a significant increase on the same period last year.

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East of England accountants launch new charitable fund

A charity fund to raise money for worthy causes has been launched by East of England-based chartered accountants Moore Thompson, which has offices in Spalding, Wisbech and Market Deeping.

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Employers warned over holiday pay

East of England-based chartered accountants Moore Thompson, which has offices in Spalding, Wisbech and Market Deeping, are warning employers to ensure they are calculating holiday pay correctly after a number of recent legal challenges.

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Agricultural accountants hit out at “farm tax”

East of England-based specialist agricultural accountants Moore Thompson have hit out at alleged plans for a new £500 million “farm tax.”

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Businesses invited to World Cup barbeque

East of England-based chartered accountants Moore Thompson are inviting business owners to join them for a special World Cup event in Spalding to watch England’s final group game with Costa Rica.

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East of England accountants welcome increase in farm incomes

East of England-based specialist agricultural accountants Moore Thompson have welcomed new figures released by Defra which have shown that farm incomes increased by 13% during 2013.

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MP pays a visit to East of England accountants

East of England-based chartered accountants Moore Thompson have welcomed their local MP to their offices as part of an initiative organised by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW).

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New lower threshold for ATED tax charge

East of England-based chartered accountants Moore Thompson are warning businesses that the Government is planning to extend the scope of the ATED charge (Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings) on ‘corporate’ holders of UK residential properties, to include properties worth as little as £500,000.

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SSP no longer reclaimable from Government

East of England-based chartered accountancy firm Moore Thompson is reminding businesses that the ability to reclaim Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) in certain circumstances under the Percentage Threshold Scheme (PTS) has been abolished.

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Farmers urged to take advantage of increased investment allowance

East of England-based specialist agricultural accountants Moore Thompson are urging farmers and growers to take advantage of the increased rate of the Annual Investment Allowance (AIA).

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Inheritance tax and you: a free Moore Thompson seminar

East of England-based chartered accountants Moore Thompson are inviting people to a free seminar in Spalding on inheritance tax (IHT).

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England call-up for managing partner

The managing partner of East of England-based chartered accountants Moore Thompson has been called up to represent the England Over-45’s team at the Masters Home International Championships 2014.

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Residential landlords invited to free tax seminar in Wisbech

Residential landlords are being invited to a free seminar on how to maximise their tax efficiency by East of England-based chartered accountants Moore Thompson.

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Agricultural accountants back call for long-term UK food security strategy

East of England-based specialist agricultural accountants Moore Thompson are backing calls for the UK’s approach to food security to be given a higher priority.

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Businesses urged to check small print of Budget say East of England accountants

Businesses are being urged to examine the Budget statement to see how they can benefit from the measures announced, say East of England-based chartered accountants Moore Thompson.

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Budget will set agenda for next election

East of England-based chartered accountants Moore Thompson say this year’s Budget is likely to set the agenda for the next General Election in 2015, as the Government sets out its future spending plans.

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R&D, Patent Box and your business - a free seminar

East of England-based chartered accountants Moore Thompson are urging business owners to sign up to a free seminar in Spalding on the Government’s R&D and Patent Box tax credit schemes.

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Host of new measures expected in 2014 Budget

East of England-based chartered accountancy firm Moore Thompson is warning business owners and individuals that this year’s Budget is expected to reveal a host of new financial measures and tax changes in the run up to the General Election next year.

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Agricultural accountants concerned over EC plans to tighten organic rules

East of England-based agricultural accountants Moore Thompson are warning about the financial risks that new European Commission (EC) proposals could have on organic farmers and growers.

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Exam joy for accountants

Two accountants at East of England-based chartered accountants Moore Thompson are celebrating after completing a rigorous professional qualification.

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East of England accountants to hold post-Budget online chat

Business owners and individuals worried about how this year’s Budget may affect them are being given the chance to quiz partners from East of England-based chartered accountants Moore Thompson via an online private chat facility.

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Is your business ready for auto-enrolment? Chartered accountants to hold free seminar

Automatic enrolment of employees into workplace pension schemes is now well underway. By 2018, every UK employer will have been brought on board.

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Agricultural accountants welcome report which urges farmers to focus on farm inputs not outputs

East of England-based specialist agricultural accountants Moore Thompson, which has offices in Spalding, Wisbech and Market Deeping, has welcomed a report which urges farmers to shift their focus from maximising yields, to optimising inputs.

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East of England-based chartered accountants Moore Thompson welcome measures introduced in Autumn Statement to help businesses

East of England-based chartered accountants Moore Thompson say many measures introduced in the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement will be a major boost to small and medium-sized businesses.

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Farmers invited to review Common Agricultural Policy

East of England-based specialist agricultural accountancy firm Moore Thompson is urging farmers to take part in a consultation on how the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) should shape the future of farming and the rural economy in England.

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New manager promoted at Fenland accountants

Fenland accountants Moore Thompson, which has offices in Spalding, Wisbech and Market Deeping, has appointed a new Audit Manager following an internal promotion.

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Axing SAWS migrant worker scheme may have "serious" consequences for growers say Fenland-based agricultural accountants

Fenland-based specialist agricultural accountants Moore Thompson says the axing of the Seasonal Agricultural Workers Scheme (SAWS) could hit local growers.

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Landlords offered chance to tidy up tax affairs

Fenland-based chartered accountancy firm Moore Thompson is advising that HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is giving landlords who let residential property the opportunity to put their tax affairs in order.

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Fenland accountants support calls for UK to become more self-sufficient

Fenland specialist agricultural accountants Moore Thompson are supporting calls for the UK to become more self-sufficient in food.

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Accountancy trainees pass key industry exams

A host of trainees at Lincolnshire based chartered accountants Moore Thompson are celebrating after recent exam successes.

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Fenland accountants welcome promise to cut agriculture red tape

Lincolnshire-based specialist agricultural accountants Moore Thompson are welcoming government plans to review legislation surrounding agriculture as part of its drive to unlock economic growth by cutting unnecessary red tape.

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HMRC extends RTI deadline for smaller firms

Lincolnshire-based chartered accountancy firm Moore Thompson is advising that HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has extended the deadline for smaller businesses to start reporting payroll data using the new Real Time Information (RTI) system.

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HMRC crackdown on minimum wage breaches

Lincolnshire-based firm of chartered accountants Moore Thompson are warning businesses that HMRC is clamping down on breaches of the minimum wage.

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Business club on the move

A town business club, which provides an informal networking environment for local businesspeople, is hoping a change of venue will attract new members. Spalding Business Club is now holding meetings at Bookmark in The Crescent, after moving from the Punchbowl.

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Employers reminded to prepare for new financial penalty regime at employment tribunals

Lincolnshire-based firm of chartered accountants Moore Thompson is reminding businesses that increased financial penalties on employers who lose at employment tribunals is due to come into effect.

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Lincolnshire accountants celebrate silver anniversary

Lincolnshire-based chartered accountants Moore Thompson has celebrated its silver anniversary with an event at Spalding Rugby Club.

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Fenland accountants welcome plans to scrap Agricultural Wages Board

Fenland specialist agricultural accountants Moore Thompson have welcomed proposals to abolish the Agricultural Wages Board.

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Accountants' Icelandic Trek raises more than £12,000 for charity

Four partners at Lincolnshire-based chartered accountants Moore Thompson have raised £12,183 for charity after completing a gruelling trek across the glacial landscape of Iceland.

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Lincolnshire specialist horticultural accountants back calls for grower losses to be shared

Lincolnshire-based specialist horticultural accountants Moore Thompson are backing calls for a fairer balance of risk and reward in the plant supply chain, after a disastrous spring selling season.

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National Insurance cut boost for small businesses

Lincolnshire-based chartered accountancy firm Moore Thompson is advising small business owners to seek advice to see if they will be exempt from paying employers’ National Insurance Contributions (NIC) when new measures come into force.

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Celebrating 25 years of Moore Thompson

Lincolnshire-based chartered accountants Moore Thompson are celebrating 25 years since Moore & Price and Thompson & Co merged to form the firm.

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Youngsters encouraged to become charity trustees

Lincolnshire-based chartered accountants Moore Thompson are encouraging youngsters to think about the benefits of becoming a charity trustee.

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Tax relief set to help bosses manage sickness absence

Lincolnshire-based chartered accountancy firm Moore Thompson is advising business owners that they will be able to benefit from tax relief when they pay to help their employees return to work after sickness.

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Payroll changes fast approaching

Lincolnshire-based chartered accountancy firm Moore Thompson is reminding employers who have not yet prepared for Real Time Information (RTI) that they are fast running out of time to do so before the changes take effect on 6 April.

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Lincolnshire-based chartered accountants welcome SME Budget measures

Lincolnshire-based chartered accountants Moore Thompson say while the Budget offered limited reward for small businesses, a reduction in employer National Insurance Contributions should be welcomed.

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Agricultural accountants raise concern over pig farmers' income

Specialist agricultural accountants Moore Thompson have raised concern over a third successive fall in pig farm income.

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Payroll giving reforms unveiled

Lincolnshire-based chartered accountancy firm Moore Thompson is advising employers of proposed changes to payroll giving designed to increase the number of employees donating.

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Accountants' Icelandic Trek for Charity

Four partners at Lincolnshire-based chartered accountants Moore Thompson are looking to raise more than £10,000 to take part in a charity trek across the glacial landscape of Iceland.

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HMRC targets companies with outstanding VAT

Lincolnshire-based chartered accountancy firm Moore Thompson is advising that HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is currently targeting businesses with outstanding VAT returns.

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Fenland-based agricultural accountants welcome new Groceries Code Adjudicator

Fenland-based agricultural accountants Moore Thompson have welcomed the announcement of a new Groceries Code Adjudicator as an “important step” towards fairer deals for farmers.

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Trainee accountants toast exam success

Four trainee accountants at Lincolnshire chartered accountants Moore Thompson are celebrating after passing their latest set of exams.

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Business owners flock to Spalding RTI workshop

More than 100 business owners from Spalding and the surrounding area have attended a workshop on Real Time Information (RTI) – the radical change to payroll procedures being introduced from April.

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Tax information at your fingertips

Lincolnshire-based chartered accountants Moore Thompson have launched a free Tax App. In today’s fast-moving world, people are used to getting facts and information whenever and wherever they want them.

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Chartered accountants to hold RTI workshop in Spalding

Lincolnshire chartered accountants Moore Thompson are inviting business owners to a workshop on Real Time Information (RTI) – a radical change to payroll procedures being introduced from April.

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Business Records Checks resume

Lincolnshire-based chartered accountancy firm Moore Thompson is advising business owners that HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has now relaunched its Business Records Checks (BRC) programme.

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Lincolnshire accountant wins top sports award

A Lincolnshire accountant has been named Sportsman of the Year at the Boston Standard Sports Awards.

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New deal opens up new market for beef producers

Lincolnshire-based specialist agricultural accountants Moore Thompson say a deal to lift a 26-year ban on exporting British beef and lamb to Russia is a major boost for Fenland farmers.

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Businesses warned over RTI penalties

Lincolnshire-based chartered accountants Moore Thompson are warning businesses about government plans to levy in-year penalties for errors in Real Time Information (RTI) submissions from April 2013.

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HMRC targets smaller businesses

Lincolnshire-based chartered accountancy firm Moore Thompson is advising business owners to ensure their tax affairs are in order as HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) increases its focus on smaller firms.

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Agricultural accountants concern over wheat yields

Specialist agricultural accountants Moore Thompson say this year’s wet weather could be disastrous for the finances of local farmers.

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Is your business ready for RTI?

From April 2012, HMRC is introducing RTI (Real-Time Information) which will radically change payroll procedures for all businesses.

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Plan now in preparation for changes to child benefit

Lincolnshire-based chartered accountancy firm Moore Thompson is advising families where at least one partner earns between £50,000 and £60,000 to plan ahead to mitigate the impact of changes to child benefit which come into force in early next year.

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Government to make apprenticeships simpler for SMEs

Fenland-based chartered accountancy firm Moore Thompson is advising smaller businesses that the Government is planning to make it easier for them to take on apprentices.

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Moore Thompson hit the back of the net with match ball sponsorship

Lincolnshire chartered accountants Moore Thompson were once again on the winning side as they supported Boston United’s FA Cup Second Qualifying Round home match against historic rivals Kettering Town FC.

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Moore Thompson trainees celebrate professional qualification success

Two trainees at Lincolnshire-based chartered accountants Moore Thompson are celebrating after passing their professional qualifications.

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Moore Thompson sponsors accountancy award at local sixth form centre

Moore Thompson has continued its support of local schools by sponsoring a business and economics award.

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Chartered accountants warn about Child Benefit Tax

Fenland-based chartered accountants Moore Thompson are advising parents about the planned changes to child benefit.

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Financial health key to animal welfare says Moore Thompson

Specialist agricultural accountants Moore Thompson have backed a call by Europe’s agricultural commissioner who claims the financial health of the industry is key to controlling animal health risks.

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Accountancy trainees one step closer to qualification

Three trainees at Fenland accountancy firm Moore Thompson are celebrating after passing their latest set of professional exams.

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£50 million Chinese pig deal "huge boost" for farmers

Specialist agricultural accountants Moore Thompson says an historic £50 million deal to sell British pork to China is a massive fillip for the local farming community.

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Moore Thompson partners get on their bikes for charity

Two partners from Fenland accountancy firm Moore Thompson have gone the extra mile for charity by supporting part of a 220-mile sponsored bike ride.

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Lincolnshire accountancy firm launches business mileage logger app

Lincolnshire-based chartered accountancy firm Moore Thompson have launched an innovative new smartphone app allowing individuals to log their business mileage.

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Farmers and rural businesses urged to apply for government grants

Specialist agricultural accountants Moore Thompson are urging farmers and rural businesses to take advantage of a second round of grant funding to boost their businesses.

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Self-assessment late return penalties now in force

Chartered accountancy firm Moore Thompson, which has offices in Wisbech, Spalding and Market Deeping, is advising anyone who has not yet filed their 2011 self-assessment tax return online to do so as soon as possible to minimise any penalties.

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New grant will boost food production says agricultural accountants

A new £15 million fund to aid research into improving the efficiency of food production in the UK has been welcomed by specialist agricultural accountants Moore Thompson.

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Moore Thompson back 2012 Budget as good for business

Lincolnshire-based chartered accountants Moore Thompson have welcomed the benefits to small businesses announced in the Chancellor's 2012 Budget.

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Moore Thompson back plan to cut red-tape

Specialist agricultural accountants Moore Thompson has welcomed the Government's pledge to slash red tape which is hindering the farming industry's competitiveness.

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Accountants back Johnson to victory

Lincolnshire-based chartered accountants Moore Thompson are backing Boston-born professional boxer Callum Johnson - sponsoring his latest victory.

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Inheritance tax threshold changes could affect more people

Lincolnshire-based chartered accountancy firm Moore Thompson is advising that changes to the uprating of the threshold at which individuals become liable for inheritance tax (IHT) could result in more people having to pay it.

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Breaking down trade barriers will boost exports - agricultural accountants

Specialist agricultural accountants Moore Thompson has backed a Government scheme designed to make exporting British food simpler.

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Trainee accountants celebrate exam success

Trainee accountants at Lincolnshire-based chartered accountants Moore Thompson are celebrating after passing a host of exams.

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Cautious welcome for SPS payment figures from agricultural accountants

Specialist agricultural accountants Moore Thompson has cautiously welcomed the Government's announcement that the Rural Payments Agency (RPA) has released the highest proportion of Single Payment Scheme (SPS) payments last month.

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New businesses urged to take advantage of NIC holiday

New start-up businesses in the East Midlands should take advantage of National Insurance contribution holidays following criticism of the scheme by Labour, says a leading chartered accountancy firm.

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New Defra fund "good news" for farmers, say agricultural financial experts

Specialist agricultural accountants Moore Thompson have welcomed a new £20 million fund to help farmers and rural businesses increase profits and reduce their impact on the environment.

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Moore Thompson chartered accountants cautiously optimistic about Autumn Statement

Lincolnshire-based chartered accountants Moore Thompson is urging businesses to carefully study the Chancellor's Autumn Statement to see if they can benefit from any of his announcements.

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City commentator joins financial experts at business seminar

Respected financial commentator and TV celebrity Justin Urquhart Stewart has joined chartered financial planners at Lincolnshire-based MT Financial Management for an investment seminar.

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Moore Thompson sponsor Posh victory

In September Moore Thompson chartered accountants were once again on the winning side when they sponsored Peterborough United's home match against Burnley FC.

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Mos for Movember

Six members of staff at Lincolnshire chartered accountants Moore Thompson have been sporting new looks this month as part of a worldwide charity phenomenon.

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Inflation costs for producers could increase risk of future losses say financial experts

Farming experts at Lincolnshire accountants Moore Thompson say they are worried about the hike in input costs for food producers following new research.

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2,250 tax inspectors in super rich crackdown

Moore Thompson chartered accountants are warning that a crack team of more 2,000 tax inspectors is to be set up by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) to target tax avoidance and evasion.

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Farmers warned over CAP changes

Specialist agricultural accountants Moore Thompson are warning farmers about potential changes to the Common Agricultural Policy.

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Moore Thompson urges better financial planning

Moore Thompson chartered accountants are urging farmers to take increasing steps to secure a better financial future.

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Grocery adjudicator could be given penal powers

Moore Thompson chartered accountants has welcomed a report from the House of Commons Business, Innovation and Skills Select Committee which calls for the Groceries Code Adjudicator to be given the power to fine supermarkets.

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Exam success for Moore Thompson trainees

Five trainee accountants from Moore Thompson Chartered Accountants are a step closer to qualifying after passing their recent ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) exams.

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Taxman eyes luxury property

Moore Thompson chartered accountants are reporting that in a bid to squeeze the last possible penny out of taxpayers, HMRC is scrutinising Land Registry data on house purchases and sales to check people are not avoiding tax.

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Free seminar. Planning for the future. all you need to know about the legal and financial options

Local law firm, Hegarty LLP, is joining forces with Moore Thompson Financial Management to host an informative seminar for members of the public who would like to understand a range of issues concerning personal finances...

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Moore Thompson Climb Higher In Top 100 Survey

East of England-based accountancy firm Moore Thompson have cause to celebrate after being ranked as one of the UK’s top 100 practices for the third year running in Accountancy Age’s Top 50+50 2011 survey.

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Apathy costs taxpayers £4,400

Moore Thompson accountants are warning that workers in Britain will waste more than £4,400 each this year due to a lack of basic tax planning, according to new research.

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VAT Rule Breakers Targeted

Spalding based chartered accountancy firm, Moore Thompson is warning that HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has announced it is to target individuals and businesses who are trading above the VAT threshold but have not registered for VAT in a new drive against rule breakers.

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Nine million NI payments go missing

Moore Thompson Accountants are warning taxpayers that HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has recently admitted that around nine million end-of-year P60 forms have not been matched with the corresponding National Insurance (NI) records.

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New company car advisory fuel rates announced

Moore Thompson accountants are advising that HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has published details of its latest advisory fuel rates for company cars.

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New penalties for late filing and payment

Moore Thompson accountants are warning that new penalties are due to be introduced for late filing and late payment of tax under legislation included in the Finance Act 2009.

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Warning over latest fake tax emails

Moore Thompson accountants are warning about a new range of so-called ‘phishing’ emails, which aim to steal individuals’ bank account details and look as if they have been sent from HM Revenue and Customs.

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Further Exam Success at Moore Thompson

East-of-England based chartered accountancy firm, Moore Thompson, is seeing its ongoing commitment to staff training and development pay off, as staff elebrate further exam success.

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Changes to emergency tax codes

Moore Thompson accountants are warning employees that the ‘emergency’ tax codes which employers use when no tax code is available are set to change later this year.

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Accountant Hits the Heights with Squash Prowess

A partner at East of England accountancy firm Moore Thompson is aiming to keep ahead of the competition by maintaining his competitive instinct on the squash court.

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Moore Thompson Celebrates More Exam Success

Three members of staff at East of England-based chartered accountancy firm Moore Thompson are now fully qualified after completing their professional training with the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT).

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Changes to National Insurance payment dates

East of England chartered accountants Moore Thompson are advising that from April 2011, payments for Class 2 National Insurance contributions will become due on the same dates as self-assessment tax bills – 31 January and 31 July.

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Small firms may be set for lower business rates

Planned reforms to business taxes could lead to smaller firms paying a reduced rate in future, according to East of England chartered accountants Moore Thompson.

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Small Firms to Get Help With Government Contracts

East of England chartered accountants Moore Thompson are advising small businesses that the government has announced plans to make it easier for smaller firms to win public sector contracts.

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Farmers Offered Free Business Advice

Farmers in the East of England were able to pick up some free advice on how to ensure their business thrives in tough times and remains in good shape to be passed on to the next generation, during a free seminar in Spalding earlier this month.

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Moore Thompson Bitten By Social Media Bug

East of England accountancy firm Moore Thompson is continuing its drive to keep in touch with clients using the latest technology by setting up its own pages on three of the most popular social networking sites.

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Young Accountant On Top Of The World After Exam Success

An accountant at the East of England accountants Moore Thompson is celebrating after gaining the third highest marks in the world in the last stage of her professional exams.

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Moore Thompson Colleagues Celebrate Exam Success

East of England-based chartered accountancy firm Moore Thompson is toasting the success of seven of its trainees in their ongoing professional examinations.

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Moore Thompson Clients Expect Better Year Ahead

Small businesses in the Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire areas have been through a tough time over the past 12 months but are now able to look to the future with a little more confidence, according to local chartered accountants Moore Thompson.

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Moore Thompson Keeps Place In Top 100

East of England-based accountancy firm Moore Thompson recently had cause to celebrate when it was ranked as one of the UK’s top 100 practices for the second year running by a leading professional journal.

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Accountants Produce Guide To Area’s Economy

Cambridgeshire accountants Moore Thompson has continued its efforts to help local businesses by producing a free guide to the area’s economy.

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New Partner Joins Moore Thompson Team

East of England-based accountancy firm Moore Thompson has welcomed David Turpin to the team as a partner.

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Moore Thompson cheer on Pilgrims to victory

Moore Thompson chartered accountants were once again on the winning side when they sponsored Boston United's recent home match against Nantwich Town, which The Pilgrims won 5-0.

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Exam Success For Moore Thompson

Chartered accountancy firm Moore Thompson is toasting the success of four of its trainees in their professional examinations.

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Accountants Produce Guide To Area’s Economy

Spalding-based accountants Moore Thompson has continued its efforts to help local businesses by producing a free guide to the local economy.

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Valley Bag New Sponsorship

NENE Valley Harriers reckon future success is in the bag after receiving a generous donation from chartered accountancy firm Moore Thompson.

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MT Financial Management Limited Team Up With Celebrity Finance Expert

Spalding firm, MT Financial Management, have held an exclusive event examining future market opportunities with one of the square mile’s most respected commentators, Justin Urquhart-Stewart.

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Exam success for Emma

Moore Thompson Chartered Accountants is congratulating their newly-qualified taxation technician, Emma Hunt, who passed her final professional exams with flying colours.

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Hard work pays off for Nicola

Spalding accountancy technician, Nicola Dickson, has been named student of the year after completing her professional qualifications.

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Accountants Strengthen Team at Market Deeping Office

Chartered accountancy firm Moore Thompson, which has clients across Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire, is strengthening the team at its Market Deeping office.

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Accountants Congratulate Staff on Exam Success

Chartered accountancy firm Moore Thompson, which has clients across Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire, is celebrating the success of their staff in professional examinations.

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Accountants Offer Expert Seminars on Beating Credit Crunch

Chartered accountancy firm Moore Thompson, which has clients across Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire, is teaming up with Spalding-based independent financial advisers MT Financial Management Ltd to offer expert advice on beating the credit crunch.

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Accountants Celebrate Exam Successes

Accountancy firm Moore Thompson, which has clients across Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire, is celebrating the success of staff members in their professional examinations.

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Night At The Museum

Lincolnshire based accountants Moore Thompson are hosting an evening at Octavia Hill’s Birthplace House to celebrate their recent merger with Stephenson Smart, Wisbech.

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New Faces At Moore Thompson

Lincolnshire based firm of accountants Moore Thompson has continued its expansion with an influx of new staff. The firm welcomed eleven new members recently, at all levels of the practice across its three offices at Wisbech, Spalding and Market Deeping.

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Accountancy Firms Merge In Wisbech

Two long established Wisbech accountancy practices have merged with effect from 1st May 2008. Stephenson Smart & Co joined the practice of Moore Thompson with effect from this date.

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Lincolnshire Accountants Celebrate Exam Spree

Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire based accountancy firm Moore Thompson is celebrating the latest in its string of exam successes, with no less than 8 individuals passing accountancy association accredited papers.

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Accountancy Firm Celebrates Exam Success

Accountancy firm Moore Thompson, which has clients across Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire, is celebrating the success of staff members in their professional examinations.

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Financial Advisers One Of First To Achieve Chartered Status

Spalding-based independent financial advisers MT Financial Management Ltd are among the first in the country to gain a prestigious new chartered status.

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New Staff Join Accountancy Team

Accountancy firm Moore Thompson, which has a substantial client base in Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire, has welcomed 11 new faces to its team.

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Accountancy Firm Continues To Expand

Accountancy firm Moore Thompson, which serves clients in Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire, is continuing to grow with the takeover of another local accountancy practice.

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Companies Act 2006

The Companies Act 2006 received Royal Assent on 8 November 2006 and is the longest Act ever passed by Parliament. The vast majority of the Act comes into force by 1 October 2008 with some of the law effective from January and April 2007.

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When Disaster Strikes...

This week's floods are a reminder that it is important to ensure that you have a disaster plan. While your home or business may not suffer the fate of those who were affected by flood water it is important to have a back up and retrieval plan for data stored on computers.

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Out With The Old

The new 2007/08 tax year starts tomorrow. Our website has now been updated to reflect all the changes announced in the 2007 Budget. These include an increase in the small companies’ rate of corporation tax which increases to 20% from 1 April this year. The 2% reduction in income tax does not take effect until the next tax year.

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