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September 2014 – Insider Newsletter

30 September 2014

Welcome to your September 2014 Insider newsletter. This guide looks at how the SME loan success rate is up to 80% and how SME’s are unprepared for the older workforce. We also look at how recruitment growth hits a 5 month high. Finally in your money we discuss non-savers cite lack of spare money. September […]

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Beacon are the Best for Bikes

29 September 2014

British performance cycling brand, Beacon Fell, were exhibiting at the UK’s number 1 cycling show at the NEC in Birmingham last week. The Cycle Show is a chance for new and existing bike brands to exhibit their two wheeled creations for all to see and experience in the flesh. There are also test tracks up […]

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HCA are going for the Crown

24 September 2014

Friday evening was another evening of fun for the haleys team. Organised by our social committee, the team headed out to Broughton Social Club to enjoy an evening of Crown Green Bowling . Split into three teams, HCA started their evening with a crash course on the rules and strategy by Queen of the Green, […]

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National Minimum Wage Rates – 2014

17 September 2014

The Low Pay Commission – the independent advisory body to the Government – reviews the national minimum wage according to inflation on an annual basis. The rates that come into force from 1 October 2014 are: The adult rate for workers aged 21 and above will rise from £6.31 to £6.50 per hour The development […]

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Team haleys are on the ball

15 September 2014

The good sportsmen of Preston based business growth accountants, haleys teamed up with members of Marshall Peters to compete in the Seneca Corporate 5-a-side football tournament. The tournament took place on Friday 12th September and there were 12 teams involved. The tournament was not just a fun and exciting afternoon for all involved – its […]

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Business Growth Accountants through to NWFA finals

Preston based business growth accountants, haleys, have been selected as finalists for the Accountancy Firm of the Year award at the North West Finance Awards 2014. Business people in the North West will be gathering on Thursday 25 September at the Reebok Stadium in Bolton to discover and celebrate the winners of the North West […]

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September 2014 – Business update – Subsistence and entertainment

11 September 2014

Welcome to your September 2014 business update. This guide explains how tax relief works for subsistence and entertainment costs. Subsistence is a payment for an individual in relation to work-related travel, accommodation and meals beyond those normally required. Entertainment is when someone in business provides a meal or social event to a customer, potential customer […]

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Team haleys on the run!

10 September 2014

A team from haleys have decided to take on the Run Preston 5k at the end of September. The team at the Preston based business growth accountants, consists of avid runners, those who do a bit of running now and again, and those who just like a walk in the park – so this is […]

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September 2014 – Business Update

5 September 2014

Welcome to your September 2014 business update. This guide looks at how financial planning can help you and your business succeed. Financial planning is essential to the success of any business, whichever stage it is at. Having an accurate idea of your current and likely future finances can help reduce the impact of any unforeseen […]

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haleys take part in apprenticeships round table

4 September 2014

Paul Farrington, senior client manager at Preston based business growth accountants, haleys, recently took part in a round open table discussion. The event was held at Runshaw Business Centre and organised by Lancashire Evening Post to be included in the Lancashire Means Business magazine. The agenda was discussing the value of apprenticeships and why university isn’t […]

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