Monthly Archives: January 2015

Crime: crowbars or laptops?

Imagine this for a situation: You receive an e-mail from your Landlord. The e-mail is expected and attached to it is an invoice along with a change in bank details. The e-mail comes from the same address as always and the headed paper and signatures on the invoice are exactly the same as previous documents. For three […]

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Implications of the Option to Tax (OTT) on Commercial Property Insurance

As non domestic and commercial properties are exempt from VAT it generally doesn’t cause too many issues in respect of landlords insurance.  That said there can be commercial advantages to exercising the option to tax, the key advantage is to allow recovery of VAT in respect of the purchase of the property as well as […]

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Key areas for employers to keep an eye on in 2015

With the New Year just beginning, it’s time to look at some changes in store for employers in 2015. Family friendly changes The regulations governing such leave came into force on 1 December 2014 but apply to eligible parents whose children are due to be born or placed for adoption on or after 5 April […]

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