News and events
In the current economic crisis, if you are thinking about how you can improve your household income, you may wish to consider a furnished holiday let (FHL).
With the 2021 harvest behind us and autumn drilling underway, you may be thinking ahead to machinery requirements and potential purchases.
With the start of the new school year fast approaching, and for those who have chosen a private education for their children, the significant costs involved can be a great expense for many people.
Tens of thousands of women are likely to have been underpaid the state pension, and many could be due £1,000s
After some concerning conditions in March and April 2021, better weather in May turned around the outlook for 2021, and now with wheat being harvested in between rain showers we are starting to see the results.
We are well underway preparing 2020 harvest gross margin accounts for our arable clients. A comparison of the 2020 harvest against the 2019 harvest, drawn from clients’ year-end accounts, is summarised below: Taking a typical...
Pandemic or no pandemic, employer obligations remain. With the auto-enrolment (AE) compliance cycle still fairly new, what should you be doing now?
Perhaps you had space to branch out during lockdown: perhaps you need to advise a family member. What’s the position with tax?
During the pandemic, employees required to work from home have been able to claim tax relief for additional costs, if these are not reimbursed by their employer. Tax relief for the year to 5 April 2022 tax year is also available and you may like to bring this to the...
As the economy starts to reopen, how flexible do employers have to be when it comes to time off for staff?