We generally define Corporate clients as those that employ more than 250 people

Large enterprises are complex entities, and when it comes to issues surrounding employee-related business costs they often require specialist advice and support to optimise performance and reduce expenditure. Key issues include:

Employer's unable to say "No" to new Scottish Income Tax Employer's unable to say

29 September 2014: "No" vote - The potential implications of operating both UK and the new Scottish Income Tax has gone largely unnoticed.

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Our diverse range of SME clients typically have fewer than 250 employees

Often, SMEs don’t have the necessary in-house expertise or resources to keep on top of all employee-related business costs, but having access to advice or outsourced services can make a real difference. Key issues include:

Employer's unable to say "No" to new Scottish Income Tax Employer's unable to say

29 September 2014: "No" vote - The potential implications of operating both UK and the new Scottish Income Tax has gone largely unnoticed.

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Entrepreneurs, consultants and contractors

Entrepreneurs need time to focus on creating and developing their business. Our vibrant and personalised service specialises in business start-ups and takes away any administrative or regulatory hassles allowing you to focus on that all important strategy:

Employer's unable to say "No" to new Scottish Income Tax Employer's unable to say

29 September 2014: "No" vote - The potential implications of operating both UK and the new Scottish Income Tax has gone largely unnoticed.

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