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The Chancellor’s first Spring Statement

Mr Hammond made clear some while ago that he wanted his Spring Statement to be a short financial briefing rather than a mini-Budget, complete with rabbit-out-of-hat announcements. Although his speech ran to 25 minutes, rather than the 15-20 that had been promised, the Chancellor stuck to a no-frills… More

Link-up aims to transform accountancy

Keens Partner, Liz Newell is currently collaborating with Biztech members Paul and Sarah Clarke of Develin on a new project that is set to change the face of accountancy in Milton Keynes and beyond. Both businesses see the enormous challenges and opportunities being posed by digital technologies. Pa… More

Keens City Round Up: A dynamic start to the year for our region

This is my first round up of the new year and I don’t know about you, but as far as I can see, 2018 has kicked off in a pretty dynamic way for the region, not just in terms of business activity, but with a reemphasis of the Government’s vision for the future of the area. Over the last year, I ha… More

Research and Development (R&D) Tax Credits: Beware the Competent Professional

I’m sure that we’ve all heard of the Research and Development (R&D) Tax relief scheme, as it has been widely promoted by government as one of the key support areas, leading to innovation in UK industry. At KSK MK, we have been assisting clients with claims for R&D since its inception in … More

The Chancellor’s second Budget of 2017

Mr Hammond will probably be pleased if commentators decide that his Autumn Budget was a steady-as-she-goes, broadly modest Budget. After the national insurance u-turn he was forced to make after his March Budget this year, that was probably his aim. In any case, for a variety of economic and politic… More

Autumn Budget 2017 – The Key Points

If the chancellor was asked to produce a Budget that would not rock the political boat, then it looks as if that is what he has delivered. The total net cost of his policy decisions for 2018/19 was a little over £6 billion with just £1.585 billion attributable to tax policy decisions. The main tax… More

Our trek for Willen Hospice – an update by Liz Newell on her trip to Vietnam.

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Keens City Round Up: Vital Signs for Milton Keynes 2017

MK Community Foundation recently launched it’s new Vital Signs 2017 Report. I think that these reports give balance to the MK agenda. We can sometimes get carried away by the economic dynamic that is Milton Keynes, in terms of growth, business value and commercial drivers. We need to take into… More

Keens City Round Up: Getting your business through the current fog

Well, here we are at the end of the party political conference season, and I’m certainly not any wiser as to the credentials of the various parties than I was before they started. Nationalisation, increased spending and increased taxation seem to be back on the agenda for the Labour Party, (a… More

Keens City Round Up: Pride in Our City … Our Next Real Milestone

Over the summer months, I was pleased to see so many programmes announced which show that local voices and pressures are being listened to. These include: The announcement of the new hospital Cancer Therapy Extension, to be completed in 2019, on the North Site at the Hospital The opening of the new… More

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