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Wanted man dealt in property

One of Britain’s top ten most wanted men posed as a successful businessman and targeted people selling property on internet sites and in property magazines. Daniel Milic is wanted in connection with two complex deceptions involving several victims in this country.

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71% of the public unaware of A Day changes

Research from the Association of Investment Trust Companies suggests that while active investors are geared up for pensions A Day, the message is still not getting through to the general public. Some 83% of active investors are familiar with the upcoming pension changes, with a significant 25% of these poised to change their pension portfolios […]

HML presented awards by Natasha Kaplinsky

Dancing supremo Natasha Kaplinsky from the BBCs Breakfast programme presented Homeloan Management with two awards recognising the excellence of the training programmes in the companys Londonderry operation.The National Training Awards are organised and promoted by UK Skills and the Department for Employment & Learning in Northern Ireland. HML received the Regional Award of Northern Ireland […]

MS news editor gets a much-needed revamp

Robert Thickett, Sartorial misfit and news editor at Mortgage Strategy, got a much-needed makeover at last week’s Expo. Style gurus Dress2Kill were offering a range of services to delegates at the two-day event including colour coding, massage, tailoring and wet shaves. The ‘before’ pictures Thickett posed for showed him sporting a bomber jacket and ill-fitting […]

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Case study: administration — implementing a management log

Our client is a leading video game and publishing company best known for its console role-playing game franchises. The client provides a number of benefits, at varying levels and cost that attract a P11d liability. With the absence of a management log to track data for benefit movements, enormous administrative and therefore cost implications were occurring each year just to comply with P11d reporting requirements.

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