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Making Tax Digital – A guide to your next steps

Making Tax Digital (MTD) for VAT came into force on 1st April 2019, meaning that most businesses filing a VAT return for a period that starts on or after 1st April 2019 will have to comply with the new rules. At TC, we want to make sure that you know the steps you...

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TC GROUP MERGES WITH MAJOR ESSEX BASED FIRM

Please click here to access the legacy Jamesons client portal:TC Group has significantly expanded its presence in the South East through a merger with Essex based Jamesons. The merger, which provides TC with two further offices in Colchester and Clacton-on-Sea,...

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TC Taylorcocks consolidates presence in Surrey and South East

Top 60 accountancy firm TC Taylorcocks has further expanded its Surrey and Hampshire presence through a merger with Farnham based EJR Accounting. The merger, which consolidates TC Taylorcocks’ position as one of the area’s largest accountancy firms, is the latest in...

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Brighton Conference Attracts Star Speaker

It isn’t often that conference delegates get the chance to hear one of the most moving and inspiring personal stories of hope and determination overcoming a crippling disability. But that is what the key-note speaker at TC Taylorcocks’ 2019 Brighton conference...

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Proud sponsors of this year’s Brighton Panto

We are proud to be sponsoring this year's Brighton panto Jack In The Beanstalk  and to support so many good causes in the Brighton and Sussex area. Mark Cummins, Partner at our West Sussex office, is particularly delighted, "Being part of such a Christmas tradition is...

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“Charities are too trusting” says TC expert

Charities must radically change their culture and introduce far stricter financial controls if they are to avoid even greater levels of fraud a TC Taylorcocks industry expert has warned. Speaking at a seminar organized by TC in conjunction with CAF Bank, partner Mark...

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Budget 2018 Report

Going into Budget 2018, between leaks and political instability, few expected Chancellor Philip Hammond would have surprises left to spring. However, under pressure to support No 10’s ‘end of austerity’ message, bolstered by revised growth forecasts from the Office of...

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