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AccountancyAge.com weekly news focus: Tax

The government has offered partial relief to business by delaying its double tax changes for nine months. Technical problems have delayed the launch of the Revenue's much-vaunted self-assessment e-filing project.

You can read about these stories by scrolling down the email and clicking on the appropriate headline. Many more stories are available at AccountancyAge.com.

New special reports at AccountancyAge.com this week include a look at the London mayoral elections and which candidates would be best for business.

Also this week, Alex Miller reports on the ‘consolidators’ – a new breed of business trying to draw mid-tier and smaller accountancy firms together into a large accountancy services organisation which aims to challenge the Big Five.

Another special report considers the robust response of European investors to the recent stock market rollercoaster ups and downs.

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