Monthly Archives: August 2013

Granny becomes a tax break!

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PARENTS who silently curse the children who will not leave home — or the granny who has just moved in — can breathe again. The government is about to turn them into a tax break. Previously anyone who built a … Continue reading

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Do you or your partner earn over 50K?

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You may be liable to this new tax charge if you, or your partner, have an individual income of more than £50,000 and one of you gets Child Benefit or contributions towards the upkeep of a child. If this applies … Continue reading

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Congratulations Nadine

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Congratulations to our colleague, Nadine Jones, who successfully passed her ACCA chartered exams last week. Nadine has been working incredibly hard over the last six years and we are extremely proud that she will soon be a fully qualified accountant.

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New Minimum Wage Rates

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  The Government has announced the rates of the National Minimum Wage (NMW) that will apply for 2013/2014. The following changes will come into effect on 1 October 2013:   the adult NMW rate will increase from £6.19 to £6.31 … Continue reading

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Cornish client breeds champion

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We are proud to report on the success of our client Mrs Julie Strachey from Cornwall, breeder of Belted Galloway cattle. Her young bull “Southfield Major Ronaldo”, who is 25 months old, was recently made male champion at the Royal … Continue reading

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Zero-hours contracts ‘more widespread than thought’

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More than a million UK workers are on zero-hours contracts with no guarantees of shifts or work patterns – four times official estimates, research suggests. A survey of 1,000 employers by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development indicated 3-4% … Continue reading

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