Category: Updates

Why a shareholders’ agreement is the best way to protect your business

A good friend and colleague once told me these three valuable words – DEATH – DIVORCE – DISPUTE – and nothing can be truer in business.  Let’s look at the 10 reasons you as a shareholder should have an agreement drawn up between you and the other shareholders in your business. A shareholder agreement isn’t […]

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Tomorrow’s accountants

  Having recently read the published “The accountant of tomorrow – Accountancy in 2028 Survey” results, a survey conducted by Thomson Reuters, it has reinforced what is needed to make any accountancy practice sustainable for the future – progression. Technology is changing, HMRC are changing the way they deal with data, which in turn means […]

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Making Tax Digital

  Making Tax Digital Summer is over, kids are back to school and there are 200 days until the Governments Making Tax Digital (MTD) plans come into force. What does MTD mean for you as a business and what do you need to do as a business owner to make sure you comply? It was […]

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Data subject rights requests

As accountants who run payroll for many clients we could be receiving a lot of Data Subjects Access Requests (DSAR) from current or ex-employees.  What does this mean for us as data controllers? Well under GDPR we must provide the information requested and have a process for doing so.  We don’t have the same exemptions […]

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Our commitment to your privacy

In line with the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) we wanted to reassure you about how we use and store personal data. The data we collect, process and store is related to your engagement with us as a client.  The information we collect is to meet legal requirements and for our legitimate […]

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FIRST-TIME BUYERS & THE PROBLEM WITH MORTGAGES

Fascinating blog post from our client – Mark Jennings FIRST TIME BUYERS & THE PROBLEM WITH MORTGAGES  Looking to get on the property ladder but it just seems a distant dream? Well, you are certainly not alone and with increasing deposits and stricter mortgage rules, it seems that generation rent could be here to stay […]

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Tax Facts 2018/2019

Keeping up to date with the latest changes in tax can be challenging.  Access our guide below for ease.

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Team expansion

2018 is bringing our ambitious growth plans to fruition, we have engaged two new employees in our client services team. Amberley Walters, 25, and Jordan Davies, 20, have joined the client services team as trainee bookkeepers.  They will both be completing in-house and accredited training programs with a view to become client managers in their own […]

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Planning…not just for Christmas

Christmas is a time for planning, what to eat, what to buy, where to spend the festivities.  It’s also a time to spend with family and loved ones and thank them for supporting you in your business for the last year, time to sit back, relax and recharge for the New Year. Our MD is […]

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Which accounting methods…

There are two types of accounting methods and it is almost up to you, to decide which you use. The difference is purely how a company records the ins and outs of the finances of the business. Many large companies try to use the subtle difference to manipulate their numbers and this has led to […]

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