Inland Revenue chases Cobbetts over unpaid taxes

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  • another example of law firms not been business minded.

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  • Good. But what about the partners' Jan 31 tax liabilities as well, which I suspect will be substantially larger. Has the Firm paid these on their behalf. If not then who is?

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  • uh-oh spaghetti-oh

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  • I dare say their other creditors are doing the same. What's the next headline?
    "Cobbetts clients far from delighted by firm's administration"
    Slow day was it?

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  • Having worked for Cobbetts 1994-99 I can say that from my point of view there was a distinct lack of business mindedness and too many partners wanting too much Christmas turkey - i.e. bonus - every year. Over a very simple issue I had to ask the question at a partners' meeting " Did it take a sixty page report to convince you of the need to go from quill pen and inkpots to fountain pens?" A lot of opposition to any form of change.

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