Firm news, tax planning and finance blogs by our team
We know how important it is for you to be able to find up to date business information, and our people love to share their knowledge about the news, and accounting and tax legislation. Here you will find links to our latest press releases, as well as tax planning and finance blog posts – all written by the Whitley Stimpson team, so you can read our take on topical subjects, and use our advice to help you to run your business. We have also shared the odd blog post or two about what we get up to in our communities, because we are proud to be a part of the areas where we live and work, and to support them where we can.
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Businesses throughout the UK stand to benefit from HMRC’s change of position on claiming input tax for entertaining expenses.
Professionals with annual salaries in the region of £100,000 will soon be able to benefit from a clever tax quirk that allows them to invest £11,213 in a pension but only contribute £2,243 themselves, a report in The Telegraph suggests.
Whitley Stimpson would like to welcome employers to a morning seminar covering the costs, solutions and opportunities presented by Auto-Enrolment and NEST (National Employment Savings Trust), which is taking place at 8am Thursday 19th April at Banbury Cricket Club.
Families keen to raise funds by selling assets at auction are being encouraged to consider the tax implications of profitable antique sales.
On current HMRC plans, virtually all VAT businesses will be required to file their VAT returns online and pay any VAT due electronically from next April.
Now everyone is feeling the pinch in this increasingly harsh economic climate, it seems a good moment to double check were our money is going.
Whitley Stimpson is pleased to announce continued support of the Bwengu Project with their on-going work in north Malawi.
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