11th April 2016
MGI UK & Ireland member Rickard Luckin Limited has published its Guide to Doing Business in the United Kingdom, which is designed to provide information on a number of subjects important for those contemplating investing or doing business in the UK.
The comprehensive guide provides MGI members and their clients with everything they need to consider when pursuing business interests in the UK, starting with an introduction to the wider business environment, geography, population, political system, economy and so on, to further detail around the types of business entities and the audit and accounting requirements.
Specific sections take a closer look at Finance and Investment, particularly the sources of finance and certain investment incentives where the UK offers an attractive package of grants to encourage industrial development and other government sponsored schemes, to insight on Employment Regulations and Social Security, namely work permits, minimum wage, pension provision and social security contributions. There is also a section on Taxation covering companies, individuals, expatriates, indirect taxes and other taxes.
DOWNLOAD THE FULL GUIDE ON DOING BUSINESS GUIDE IN UK HERE.
For further information, up to date advice or general assistance MGI members can contact Rickard Luckin via the firms MGI Worldwide member profile page.
Chartered Accountants Rickard Luckin (formerly Rickard Keen) are based in Southend-on-Sea, Basildon and Chelmsford, UK. The firm is a valued member of MGI and has been for over 37 years. Managing Director, Alan Worsdale, is also Board Director for MGI in the UK and Ireland.
MGI UK & Ireland is part of MGI Worldwide, a Top 20 ranked international accounting network with some 5,000 independent auditors, accountants and tax experts in over 250 locations worldwide
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