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The applications and advantages of mediation

Adam Merrett

Adam Merrett

More businesses and individuals than ever are settling disputes through mediation. Advantages such as the low costs incurred, reduced stress, flexibility, speed of resolution, convenience and confidentiality are just some of the benefits that have seen mediation grow into an …

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Wilkins Kennedy Merges with the Maidstone Office of Day, Smith & Hunter

Top 20 accountancy firm Wilkins Kennedy is to merge with the Maidstone office of Day, Smith & Hunter creating a combined firm with 72 partners and an expected turnover of £47 million. The firms have exchanged contracts and intend to complete the transaction on 30 September. Upon completion the DSH Maidstone office will trade as Wilkins Kennedy. The deal is an important part of Wilkins Kennedy’s growth strategy for the Southern region, linking its office coverage in Ashford, Canterbury and Sandwich with its long-established presence in Orpington. In the medium term, the firm intends to develop Maidstone as a base for delivering additional services to privately owned and inward investment businesses. 

Tax Dates

5 October 2016

Deadline for notification of chargeability to tax under self-assessment for 2015/16.

19 October 2016

Deadline for payment of income tax and Class 1B NIC on a 2015/16 PAYE settlement agreement.

31 October 2016

2015/16 tax return to be filed on or before this date if not to be filed online.

Brexit 2016

The latest on Britain’s exit from the EU

On 23rd June 2016, British voters went to the polls to cast their vote in the historic EU Referendum. Based on a 72.2% turnout, a majority voted to leave the European Union with 52% of the vote, against 48% to remain.

Following this announcement, Wilkins Kennedy brings you all the latest Brexit news and the potential impact it could have for individuals and businesses around the UK.

Our Brexit Hub provides details of events before, during and after the Referendum as well as what could happen next as the nation prepares for independence from the EU. If you have any queries relating to how Brexit might affect you, contact us today on

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