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Guide to Doing Business in the UK updated following changes in legislation

18th May 2017

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MGI UK & Ireland member Rickard Luckin Limited has updated 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.

This update takes into account the latest changes to UK legislation up to April 2017.

Peter Leonard, Director at the UK-based member firm says, “The guide has been updated for all of the changes in tax rates following the 2017 Spring Budget in April, as well as highlighting some of the potential changes to the rules of operating in the UK as a result of the nations’ ‘BREXIT’ vote in June 2016. The UK remains a strong country to trade with and to operate your business from. Please do take the time to review our guide and if you have any questions we are happy to help.”

MGI Worldwide members can access the updated Guide to Doing Business in the United Kingdom HERE.

Chartered Accountants Rickard Luckin Limited are based in Basildon, Chelmsford and Southend-on-Sea, UK. The firm is a valued member of MGI Worldwide and has been for over 37 years. Director Alan Worsdale is also Board Director for MGI in the UK and Ireland.

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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