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Lovely surprise at our office today!
We love helping people, not just for chocolate, but that is certainly a bonus 😉
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Lovely surprise at our office today!
We love helping people, not just for chocolate, but that is certainly a bonus 😉

Happy World Book Day 📚 What are you currently reading?

Here's the books that we've got on the go at the moment:

Natalie - Eat that Frog! by Brian Tracy
Ellie - Any Bridal magazine she can get her hands on
Victoria - AAT study books
Kim - First Man In by Ant Middleton
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Happy World Book Day 📚 What are you currently reading?

Heres the books that weve got on the go at the moment:

Natalie - Eat that Frog! by Brian Tracy
Ellie - Any Bridal magazine she can get her hands on
Victoria - AAT study books
Kim - First Man In by Ant Middleton

Planned increases in fuel, spirits, wines, ciders and beer duties are all cancelled #Budget2021 ... See MoreSee Less

Company losses of up to £2m can now be carried back for up to 3 years in order for businesses to claim refunds and have the cashflow benefits earlier #Budget2021 ... See MoreSee Less

Corporation tax rate to be tapered for profits between £50k and £250k so that only businesses with £250k or more in profits will be paying the new higher rate of corporation tax at 25% #Budget2021 ... See MoreSee Less

From April 2023 a small profits rate for corporation tax will come into effect. Companies with profits of less then £50k will only have to pay the current rate of 19% #Budget2021 ... See MoreSee Less

Corporation tax to increase to 25% with effect from April 2023 #Budget2021 ... See MoreSee Less

£100m new HMRC task force to further investigate tax avoidance and evasion #Budget2021 ... See MoreSee Less

Personal tax thresholds to be frozen. Allowance will increase to £12,570 from Apr 2022 and this level will remain until Apr 2026. The higher rate threshold will also increase from Apr 2022 to £50,270 and will remain until Apr 2026 #Budget2021 ... See MoreSee Less

Inheritance tax, pension lifetime allowance and capital gains tax annual exempt amount will remain the same until Apr 2026. The VAT registration threshold will also remain at £85,000 until Apr 2024 #Budget2021 ... See MoreSee Less

Income tax, national insurance and VAT to remain stable for the next financial year #Budget2021 ... See MoreSee Less

New policy to stand behind home buyers. Lenders are being encouraged to offer 95% mortgages with these mortgages being backed by Government. The following lenders have already signed up to offer these products from as soon as next month : Lloyds, Santander, Natwest, Barclays and HSBC #Budget2021 ... See MoreSee Less

Hospitality and tourism : 5% reduced rate of VAT to be extended to 30th September 2021. Then an interim rate of 12.5% until April 2022 when the standard rate of 20% will return #Budget2021 ... See MoreSee Less

100% business rates holidays to be extended to the end of June 2021 #Budget2021 ... See MoreSee Less

Introducing a new recovery loan scheme. £25k - £10m loans for businesses of any size, with a Government backed guarantee of 80% #Budget2021 ... See MoreSee Less

New re-start grant in April for businesses. Up to £6k for non-essential retail businesses per premises. Up to £18k for hospitality and leisure businesses including personal care and gyms #Budget2021 ... See MoreSee Less

Apprentice grant has been doubled to £3,000 for anyone that takes on an apprentice under the Government apprenticeship scheme #Budget2021 ... See MoreSee Less

Universal credit uplift of £20 per week will continue for a further 6 months. Working tax credit claimants will also get the same level of support #Budget2021 ... See MoreSee Less

Newly self employed (i.e. those that were previously excluded from the SEISS) can now claim the 4th and 5th grants so long as their tax return was filed before midnight on 2nd March 2021 #Budget2021 ... See MoreSee Less

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