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  • 3rd June 2019

Hampshire’s Marie Curie Nurse Manager, Fiona Brown Visits the KFA team.

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Hampshire’s Marie Curie Nurse Manager, Fiona Brown Visits the KFA team.

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Marie Curie’s Hampshire Clinical Nurse Manager, Fiona Brown visits KFA, just as our ‘Making Tax Digital’ bridging software, Magic Tax is launched.

While she was with the team at the Ringwood office, Fiona shared with us her thoughts on how she feels a lot of families are really very grateful for the extra support Marie Curie provide for their loved ones at the end of their life.

Fiona told us…

“I’ve loved getting to know patients on a more personal level, which you often don’t get time to do in a hospital.”

It’s really important that everyone living with a terminal illness gets access to care and support right from the point of diagnosis, allowing them to live well until they die.

Many people miss out on palliative care because they don’t realise that help is out there and that Marie Curie supports people with any terminal diagnosis”

Fiona Brown, Clinical Nurse Manager – Marie Curie

Marie Curie In aid of logo - Hampshire's Marie Curie Nurse Manager, Fiona Brown Visits the KFA team.

KFA have developed Magic Tax for businesses who are looking for help to comply with HMRC’s new Making Tax Digital legislation which came into effect in April 2019.

The software allows you to file your VAT return digitally, quickly, easily and without making any changes to your current processes or IT systems. It’s HMRC recognised and FREE to sign-up and use.

We are not looking to profit from the solution – but it’s really important to KFA that anyone who finds the solution useful to file VAT returns for their business – considers making a *voluntary donation to this worthwhile cause.

*Suggested Donation £20.00. Either as a one-off or why not donate each time you file a VAT return…

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The charity also runs an information line, which is available for anyone who has a question about any aspect of terminal illness, including clinical information.

They can call the Marie Curie Information & Support Line free on 0800 090 2309 or visit www.mariecurie.org.uk/help

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