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Office Closure Monday 11th December 2017

Adverse Weather conditions over the last few days have made many local businesses take the decision to close until it improves. With all the snow that has fallen today and is still falling I have also taken the decision to close our village office tomorrow, not just for the safety of the staff but also clients who we were due to meet. Should you need […]


This month we are focusing on Self-Assessments.  Self-Assessment is a system HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) use to collect Income Tax.  If you are employed, tax is usually deducted automatically from your wages on your payslip.  It is also deducted from pensions before they are paid out.  People who collect income from other sources must report this in a tax return. The deadline for submitting […]

Farewell to Mark and Sheila

Last week we said farewell to our lovely Mark. Mark has worked with us for nearly 4 years, more recently looking after all of our self-assessment clients. Sadly for us, Mark has had to take a step back to give time to his parents who are needing his support. We do hope to see him popping in occasionally to check up on our Carla. but more importantly […]

Tax-Free Childcare

A new government scheme that is designed to help working parents with the cost of the childcare launched in April of 2017 and is being rolled out to parents, starting with the parents who have the youngest children first. The government will pay in an extra £2 for every £8 a parent pays in. Per year parents can receive up to £2000 per child, this […]

We are Xero certified bookkeepers!

For a while now we have been looking at the different types of “Cloud Accounting” out there.  Having taken on board comments from some of our clients that having a system that we can do all of the work on and that they can then log in to and run reports, made us start to think about what additional bookkeeping support we could offer.  Julie […]

TPR name and shame

TPR are warning employers that if they ignore TPR penalties their business’ reputation could be seriously harmed. TPR are trying to maintain a tough approach towards employers who are trying to get away with not giving their staff the pensions that they are due. TPR are going to publish the details of those business’ that have paid their Escalating Penalty Notice (EPN) but who are […]