The theatre, a calling that demands poise, wit and … an ability to palm off old stories as if new. And one London-based chartered accountant practice that specialises in advising the world of thespians is proving a master in the art of recycling old hat. The West End theatre’s favourite accountancy firm has put itself forward this year for Accountancy Age’s awards for excellence small firm category using the same application letter used last year. Among only two additions to last year’s application in the summary section, where the first of four points highlights the company experienced ‘increased turnover’, but has dropped last year’s reference to ‘and profit’.
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Just one half of UK practices have implemented a pricing structure around auto enrolment implementation and advice - with many suffering increased costs
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