• Business Accounting

    The Bristol Press – New Britain’s Mugford & DiBella expands tax, accounting business with acquisition of Fasulo & Albini CPAs in Plantsville

    NEW BRITAIN – Mugford & DiBella, LLC, has expanded its tax, accounting and advisory services to business clients through a recent acquisition agreement with Fasulo & Albini CPAs in Plantsville. “We are very pleased with this acquisition and how closely aligned our values, professionalism and commitment to customer service is,” said Brian DiBella, managing partner of Mugford & DiBella regarding the firms’ collaboration. “We’re incorporating their clients into our practice and basically growing our firm helping serve more clients.” Fasulo & Albini CPAs will retain and continue serving its individual clients as it joins the team at Mugford & DiBella.  

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  • Finance

    Finance and Brexit – Britain’s financial-services business is divided over “equivalence” | Britain

    Feb 6th 2021 IN THE FINAL weeks before Britain struck its Christmas Eve trade agreement with the European Union, Boris Johnson employed a euphemism for a no-deal outcome: he called it an “Australian-style” relationship. The agreement was sealed, to the relief of Britain’s manufacturing sector, but for financial services—the country’s core competence and dominant industry, which makes up 7{de3fc13d4eb210e6ea91a63b91641ad51ecf4a1f1306988bf846a537e7024eeb} of its GDP—the outcome was sub-Australian. The EU recognises Australian rules as broadly equivalent to its own in 17 different areas, compared with only two for Britain. It is now easier to sell many financial products to clients in  

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