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Vista Partners is a proactive firm of experienced accountants and chartered tax advisers, based in Redhill, Surrey.
Vista Partners is a proactive firm of experienced accountants and chartered tax advisers, based in Redhill, Surrey.

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NHS England ‘ahead of target’ on GP funding plans - Official data has revealed that NHS England is ‘ahead of the target’ to increase GP funding, after an annual rise of £580 million last year. The rise showed an increase of 3.9 per cent last year taking the total to £10.8bn in 2017/18. The increase marks the fifth consecutive increase to general practice funding and put it ahead on its target for general practice to be receiving £12bn a year by 2020. NHS England’s acting director of primary...
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Have you outgrown your existing Accountant? - When you started your business an accountant who produced accounts and dealt with compliance matters was probably all that was needed.  However as your business has grown you may find you require more support………..  Vista Partners can provide that help. New clients regularly ask us these questions: How do we motivate and retain key people? Should we purchase an office/ factory and how should this be financed/structured? How do we minimise the tax...
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Solicitor struck off for falsifying tax returns - A solicitor has been struck off the roll after falsifying information on her on income tax returns, a court report has shown. Commenting on the Crown Court judgment, the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal said allowing Diana Lee to remain on the roll would have a “significantly detrimental effect on the public confidence in the reputation of the legal profession”. The Manchester Crown Court found that the solicitor had attempted to defraud the...
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NHS England to probe GP pension data - In the coming weeks, NHS England will carry out a “complete review” of all GPs’ pensions data, after ‘discrepancies’ were discovered during a recent, more minor check. Previously, those examining GP pension data spotted significant differences between the figures held for pensionable earnings and the data held for pension contributions when a sample of Capita’s pension schemes was carried out as part of a routine “quality assurance check.” Further to t...
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Millennials hit hardest by financial crisis - According to figures from the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), earnings for UK workers are still lower than they were in 2008, having failed to recover in the decade since the financial crisis, with millennials the hardest hit. Gross domestic product (GDP) is just 11 per cent higher than it was at the peak of the crisis, meaning the economy is £300 billion (16 per cent) smaller than it would have been on pre-crisis trends. The IFS believes th...
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Government announces new measures to boost funding for small businesses - The Government is proposing new laws to help support businesses in combating unfair contracts, which can sometimes stop them raising money from unpaid invoices. The new laws will make it easier for smaller businesses to access invoice finance, providing a long-term boost to the economy worth around £1 billion, it has been estimated. The measures form part of the Government’s modern Industrial Strategy, which aims to b...
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Almost half of SME leaders are ‘under too much pressure’, study finds - A new study suggests that almost half (48 per cent) of small business leaders and decision-makers are feeling ‘strapped for time’ and ‘under too much pressure’ at work. The research, which was carried out by computer software group Advanced, found that 40 per cent of bosses were finding it difficult to prioritise tasks and make important decisions. It also found that this ‘busyness’ culture was having a negative impact ...
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NHS could save millions by cutting agency staff according to NHS Improvement - NHS Improvement has claimed that millions could be saved by the NHS if it used less agency staff and more bank staff to fill temporary roles. Their belief is that up to £480 million could be made available for frontline care, improving patient care and services if workers from a staff bank were used to fill the majority of temporary vacancies, rather than agency workers. On average agency staff cost 20 per cent m...
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Government announces new measures to boost funding for small businesses - The Government announced that new laws are being put forward to Parliament to support small businesses, against unfair contracts that stop them raising money from unpaid invoices. Small businesses will be able to access invoice finance easier, resulting in a £1 billion boost to the economy. The Government’s modern Industrial Strategy is aiming to build an environment where small businesses can thrive; part of this inc...
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Government reverses decision to scrap Class 2 NICs - The Treasury has announced that it will continue to charge Class 2 National Insurance Contributions (NICs) despite promising to scrap the tax from April 2018. It was argued that the estimated 300,000 low-earning self-employed workers would be forced to pay more to access the same pension rights as other higher-earners who work for themselves. If the scrap was to go ahead, they would have been moved on to Class 3 NICs, meaning a weekly inc...
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