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Welcome to Insideout where we discuss the latest issues in the market place facing businesses.

Insideout is the tool we use to keep our contacts within the UK up to date with the latest issues facing businesses. Each e-alert discusses a current issue within the market place and breaks it down into the view of KPMG, the view from an independent source and a general overview on the topic that discusses possible actions that need to be taken. There is also the opportunity for readers to leave their own comments on our website or to just read the comments made by others.

The e-alerts are not sent on a regular basis, but only when there is an issue in the market that we want to bring to your attention. To view our previous Insideout articles please see the links to the right.

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The views and opinions expressed herein are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of KPMG LLP (UK). The information contained is of a general nature and is not intended to address the circumstances of any particular individual or entity.Please note any posts made to an Insideout page will not be posted immediately, the content will be moderated and if the comments are deemed inappropriate for sharing the post will not be published.

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